Hula Halau, an original paining, storyboard on canvas, by Avi Kiriaty.
From the artist’s website:
“Throughout the South Pacific many cultures have created Storyboards as a form of art that documents their oral tradition, their cultural history. They have been made in many different forms, including woodcarvings and tapa cloth designs. Avi has recently developed his own style of polynesian storyboard using oil paint on linen canvas. The texture, and partially the style, of these works is similar to that of his Lino-Block prints. His daughter works with him in the studio on these pieces in an apprentice fashion, filling in the layers at his direction. This working relationship has developed a line of paintings that have a unique style of their own while still being clearly Avi Kiriaty originals. ”
Measures 24″ x 30″