Renjishi in Waikiki

$9,350.00

This piece was inspired by the Kabuki dance, “Renjishi”, which tells the story of a father and his sons. This painting depicts an imagined scene taking place between the characters on the beach in Waikiki (frame included).

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This piece was inspired by the Kabuki dance, “Renjishi”, which tells the story of a father and his sons. This painting depicts an imagined scene taking place between the characters on the beach in Waikiki.

The art of Shinichi and Saori Kato pops with vivid color, bold graphics and the streets of Oahu. Inspired by the island’s scenery the husband and wife team known as S’s blue approach their painting with a unique perspective, from behind the wheel of “The Bus”.  Shinichi, a driver for the Honolulu City Bus has a daily front row seat to the view that most people dream of.  On days off he and his wife Saori would explore the island by motorcycle in awe of Hawaii’s beauty and together they found a passion for recreating the breathtaking scenes from the driver’s seat.

  • Original acrylic painting on paper (2019).
  • Art dimensions 20″ High x 40″ Wide
  • Artist frame included (solid red-toned wood traditional frame with black edges, ready to hang with wire, dimensions 24″ High x 44″ Wide)

 

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