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Painting through pain

  • COURTESY PHOTOS

    The 6-by-20-foot mural “Ku‘u ‘Aina Aloha” (beloved land, beloved country) is painted on both sides, allowing viewers to walk around it and see two very different images.

  • COURTESY PHOTOS

    The 6-by-20-foot mural “Ku‘u ‘Aina Aloha” (beloved land, beloved country) is painted on both sides, allowing viewers to walk around it and see two very different images.

One doesn’t usually think of murals, which are traditionally painted on walls, as being mobile, but a team of Native Hawaiian artists has produced one that’s made to get around. Read more

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