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About the Artist: Carl Pao

About the Artist: Carl Pao About the Artist: Carl F K Pao Carl Franklin Ka`ailä`au Pao was born in Honolulu and resides in his hometown of Kailua on the island of O`ahu. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1994 from the University of Hawai`i at Mänoa and Master of Fine Arts in 1999 (with first-class honors) from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland, Aotearoa. Pao teaches art at his alma mater, Kamehameha Schools. He was also a co-owner/operator of Lodestar Collec- Photo by Marata Tamaira tive gallery. Pao has exhibited his sculptures, paintings, prints, graphic designs, and ceramics throughout Hawai`i; in the continental United States in New York, California, Washington, Kansas, and Massachusetts; and in the Pacific in Aotearoa, Sämoa, and New Caledonia. Pao's artwork can be found in both public and private collections throughout Hawai`i as well as internationally. Pao's work is inspired by and grounded in his Kanaka Maoli culture. He enjoys using a diverse range of media, while exploring themes involving identity, spirituality, history, the environment, and politics. A fundamental way in which Pao communicates his ideas is through kaona and wä, concepts that are rooted in his Kanaka Maoli heritage. Kaona pertains to the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

About the Artist: Carl Pao

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 20 (1) – Feb 11, 2007

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About the Artist: Carl F K Pao Carl Franklin Ka`ailä`au Pao was born in Honolulu and resides in his hometown of Kailua on the island of O`ahu. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1994 from the University of Hawai`i at Mänoa and Master of Fine Arts in 1999 (with first-class honors) from Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland, Aotearoa. Pao teaches art at his alma mater, Kamehameha Schools. He was also a co-owner/operator of Lodestar Collec- Photo by Marata Tamaira tive gallery. Pao has exhibited his sculptures, paintings, prints, graphic designs, and ceramics throughout Hawai`i; in the continental United States in New York, California, Washington, Kansas, and Massachusetts; and in the Pacific in Aotearoa, Sämoa, and New Caledonia. Pao's artwork can be found in both public and private collections throughout Hawai`i as well as internationally. Pao's work is inspired by and grounded in his Kanaka Maoli culture. He enjoys using a diverse range of media, while exploring themes involving identity, spirituality, history, the environment, and politics. A fundamental way in which Pao communicates his ideas is through kaona and wä, concepts that are rooted in his Kanaka Maoli heritage. Kaona pertains to the

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