“This was a piece inspired by a mural I worked on for the Shangri La Museum in 2017. It is about the endless cycle of life, where we are all connected, born, perish, and be reborn within this single cycle.” ~ Kris Goto
A beautiful depiction of women enveloped in tropical flowers, printed on William Turner paper by popular Hawaii artist Kris Goto. This edition is limited to only 25 prints.
- Limited Edition, signed and numbered prints (qty 25)
- Giclée print on premium Hahnemuhle William Turner cotton rag Watercolor Paper
- Long-lasting print with pigment inks and acid-free archival paper
- Print dimensions 24″ High x 20″ Wide including border (image 21″ x 16.3″).
- Wood frame optional
Being born and raised in the countryside of Japan, Hawaii-based artist Kris Goto developed an early fascination with the Japanese art form manga, especially the works of artists Hayao Miyazaki, Yuu Watase, Ai Yazawa and Osamu Tezuka. Moving to Hong Kong at the age of nine then spending two years of high school in New Zealand, Kris discovered worlds outside of manga, particularly inspired by the imaginative and intricate art of Maori tattoos which shines through in her detailed monochromatic penwork.
Kris moved to Hawaii in 2006, caught her first wave on a surfboard in 2009 and has been making marks in the surf art world ever since. Find her work displayed at multiple hotels in Waikiki and Chinatown.