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Artistic gestures

Mary Mitsuda's "unpredictable" finger-painting style is on display at the First Hawaiian Center

By Steven Mark

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 06, 2014

~~<p><span style="font-size: 12px;">We all enjoyed finger painting as kids, even though it wasn't always clear whether the art wound up on the canvas, the floor or one's hands.</span></p>
<p>Mary Mitsuda has taken finger painting to high art, and has found the uncertainty factor to be part of the process. Her work is on display in &quot;Moment: Paintings by Mary Mitsu&shy;da,&quot; in the Hono&shy;lulu Museum of Art's First Hawaiian Center first-floor gallery space.</p>
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We all enjoyed finger painting as kids, even though it wasn't always clear whether the art wound up on the canvas, the floor or one's hands.

Mary Mitsuda has taken finger painting to high art, and has found the uncertainty factor to be part of the process. Her work is on display in "Moment: Paintings by Mary Mitsu­da," in the Hono­lulu Museum of Art's First Hawaiian Center first-floor gallery space. Login for more...



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