The Ama’ama, the prized whitefish of O’ahu’s leeward coast, are pretty common in Hawai’i. They might look a bit dull at first, just silver gray, but I find it fascinating to watch them as a group, how they move parallel to each other, switching directions abruptly, without ever hitting one another, an awesome display of harmony and complete coordination, something to learn from as human beings.

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“Ama’amas”, 2018.  11×14″ Acrylic and Posca on wood panel. Comes with a beach-distressed white wooden frame.


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