Art as Wayfinding
Imagine using only the constellations to cross the ocean. The Polynesian wayfinders navigated uncharted waters using the star anchored behind them to forge ahead. My paintings also reference the past to chart a novel course. They are explorations orienting identity in time.
I utilize multiple layers, a process that lends itself to not only the idea of time passing but also of movements of the spirit going on just below the surface.
My work is an invitation to notice your life, to pause, and to reorient forward using the familiar blinking star on the aft horizon.
New Limited Edition Prints
Limited edition signed 8" x 8" archival prints from my endemic Hawaiʻian birds collection are now available in my shop.
Hawaiʻi Endemic Birds 4" x 6" desktop calendar available now.
See the collection here.
Stephan Freedman & Philippe Nault
Opens July 1- August 28th 2022 Firehouse Gallery, Kamuela, Hawai'i
My painting Ka Wa Ma Mua Ka Wa Ma Hope, (The Time that Came Before the Time that Follows) 24" x 36"won an Honorable Mention and a Purchase Award from the Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts..
Sarah's award winning work has been juried into over 25 shows, recognized by the Hawai'i State Foundation for Culture and the Arts, and purchased by the permanent collection of Calvin University and the Honolulu Museum of Art. It can be found in private collections around the world. Learn more here.
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