The Daughters of Triton were my contribution to Pow Wow Hawaii 2014. Pow Wow is a week long street art tradition now in Honolulu, and all over the world, bringing together some of the best street artists in the world to paint the walls of local businesses in Kaka’ako. And, though, I do paint; I do not paint amazing murals on the sides of many stories tall buildings–-the paintings created during Pow Wow are incredible. Instead, I use yarn to make everyday objects take on a life of their own. All the while hoping I get to make you smile.
Completely hand crafted using both knit and crochet methods, the columns reached 10’ 3” and served as the gateway to, Linekona, the Honolulu Museum of Art School for the following 4 months.
There were several what-have-I-gotten-myself-into moments during the project, which took 2 months, over 1000 hours, to create..