Hawaiian Themed Installation

>>  4/28/2015

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Hawaiian mask carved of pumpkin

This Hawaiian themed installation was presented to the public at "Sakhalin Artisans" exhibition held at the biggest trading center in my city on 25th of April, 2015.

This installation is a new project of me and my friend and painter Marina. We combined painting and fruit displays to deliver a feeling of the exotic place.

The masterpieces on the photos:
The fruit tower with a Hawaiian mask carved out of pumpkin and flowers carved of daikon.
A sculpture of parrot carved out of daikon and flowers of vegetables.
A painting of a beach.

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Painting and fruit carving displays

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How we spent our day

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What has inspired us

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Our guests

hawaiian decoration with fruits and vegetables

Workshop zone

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More projects of us:

Four Seasons. Exhibition at The Sakhalin Art Museum
Pumpkin Lanterns At The Beach

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