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  • Maresca, Mark (2007-12)
    My artwork is a response to the ever increasing population of society, and the aggression, crudeness, and complexity of its systems. From destruction scenes on the news, the frustration I experience driving on the roads ...
  • Higuchi, Kyoko (2007-08)
    Spirit Line represents intangible relationships that connect us all. It expresses my gratitude for a personal connection I have to the American Southwest with Native Americans and others. For me this connection is a blessing ...
  • Streams 
    Molyneux, Robert (2007-05)
    In 2004, I was accepted into the Master of Fine Arts program at The University of Hawaii in printmaking. As required by the curriculum, I supplemented my print emphasis with work in various other media I received a video ...
  • Uryase, Elizabeth (2008-08)
    My work is an exploration of microscopic organic structures and architecture. Macroscopic architecture and microscopic organisms, both organic and man-made, have significant similarities to each other. The focus of my ...
  • Surfaces 
    Goins, Karen M. (2006-08)
    Self-portraits express a specific existence. Cultural identity, time and death are subjects that define content and process within my body of work. I express an inner reality: an intense struggle disguised within a quiet, ...
  • Williamson, Stacy Erin (2004)
  • Jablonski, Kyle F. ([Honolulu] : [University of Hawaii at Manoa], [May 2014], 2014-05)
    The broad question driving my thesis work is how can I combine my various interests in subjects like philosophy, literature, and material and then distill them into a pointed visual argument surrounding a common theme. The ...
  • Romanchak, Abigail Lee Kahilikia (2004)
    Waina, my present body of work, is inspired by the traditional watermarks of Hawaiian kapa cloth. In creating this body of work, I envision myself as a contemporary printmaker in dialogue with traditional kapa makers, ...
  • Ohnuma, Keiko (2004)
    Artwork is not complete until someone looks at it - really looks at it, enough to see more than just "art." The first, crucial, unifying theme of my thesis exhibition, "Will & Grace: An Unnatural History of Hawai 'i," at ...
  • Britt, Deirdre H. (2005)
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