Born in Honolulu, Kaiulani grew up in Hawaii influenced by a mixture of culture, nature, geography and philosophy, absorbing the Hawaiian forests wonders, playing in secluded beaches’ sand, meditating on mountaintops and diving into one of the world’s most amazing bodies of water, the Pacific Ocean. He credits his serene affinity toward nature to this idyllic time, yet another side of him is fiery, passionate and asking for excitement. For twenty years, his attention to fluidity, mindfulness and color dimension takes his Art into its own unique area. Luis creates works motivated by his Hawaiian and Venezuelan background expressed in sculptures, paintings and art objects. For the viewer, his Art is strong and imaginary, like the archipelago he comes from. His focus on line and color bring to life his work’s objective. Luis says, “My art is a metaphor for nature’s constant quest for growth through learning, experience and contribution… After various years painting, I decided to make sculptures, choosing wood as the element of transformation. I created my ‘Totems’, mystical ancestral pieces conceived through my vision and sensibility… A new chapter in my career started using metal for my Artworks, allowing me to present projects on a higher scale, monumental sculptures, and art in public spaces, among others. The series of aluminum sculptures begun with “Solid Drip”, followed today by the “Lines” series (Flat Line, Cross Line and Shape Line). My creative process was influenced by great international master artists: John Henry, Marc Di Suvero, Anthony Caro and Franz Weissmann.” Solo Exhibitions: White’s art Gallery “Evolution” Miami, FL, 2014; 68th Anniversary Country Club Barquisimeto, Venezuela, 2007. Group Exhibitions: in 2018, Art Boca represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA; Art Expo Las Vegas, NV; in 2017, Red Dot Miami; Artscape Lab Gallery, Miami; in 2016, Red Dot Miami; Aqua Art Miami, Miami Beach, FL; in 2015/14, “Giants in the City” monumental inflatable sculptures, Miami and Fort Lauderdale; 2015, Art Wynwood, Miami; 2014, Home Box Office(HBO), Corporate Commission, aluminum sculptures “Spiral”, Miami; in 2013, Miami, Little Haiti Cultural Center, Irreversible Magazine Project, “Do not fear your fear” and MIA Encore Sea Fair Mega Yacht Venue; 2011, Shanghai Art Fair, Latin American Pavilion, China; in 2011/07, Wynwood exhibitions with Elite Fine Art Gallery, Miami; 2009, Miami Dade College, “Doral Uncovered”, West Campus, FL; 2008, Durban Segnini Gallery, “Art Auction Step by Step”, Coral Gables FL; in 2006: Art on 5th Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ, and Piag Museum “Opening Windows”, Coral Gables, FL; 2005, Cirque d’ art Gallery, Bedford Hills, New York,; in 2004: Jose Maria Vargas University, Pembroke Pines, FL, and Power International Gallery, Coral Gables, FL; 2003, Miami Dade College, Wolfson Gallery, “The color of our World”, Miami. Presented by Contemporary Art Projects USA at Art Santa Fe 2018, Luis Kaiulani exhibited two impressive and elegant Artworks of exquisite abstract conception, a blue wall sculpture entitled Flat Shape 1943 and a large self standing sculpture entitled White Flat Line. Uniquely refined, his Artworks are attractive for the ALLURE theme of the Fair. During Art Basel Miami 2019 and Art Wynwood 2020 he was represented by Contemporary Art Projects USA with a new body of work including a monumental sculpture for outdoor.
1902 Orange Flat Line
or $600 x 10 months with
- Original Orange |Aluminum sculpture
- Each Piece is Unique
- Created: 2020
- Custom Colors are Available
Category: Sculpture Tags: AbstractArt, aluminum, architectualdigest, artcollectors, artconsultant, artexponewyork, artlovers, artmiamifairs, artnewyork, artoftheday, artsantafe, contemporaryart, contemporaryartusa, decor, design, dimension, floridadesign, homedecor, interior designer, interiordecorating, interiordesign, interiordesignhotel, interiordesignyacht, luiskaiulani, luxurystyle, miamidesign, newyorkdesign, outdoorsculpture, scopeartfair, sculpture, staging, wall sculpture Subjects: AbstractMediums: aluminumGalleries: Contemporary Art Projects USAFairs: Art Boca, Art Palm Beach, Art Santa Fe, Art Wynwood, Red Dot Art Fair, Scope New YorkStyles: Abstract, Contemporary, Modern art
|Dimensions||30 × 24 × 18 in|
Large: e.g. 24 x 36"+
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