Mahaloness

Contemporary artist specializing in full spectrum painting, mural, animation and digital hybrid art.


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make ART make more ART

It is nice to see paintings come to life, when this happens I know it’s nearly there.

'Are you a Beliver?' No.5 & 'Mana' Works in progress currently in studio Mahaloness

‘Are you a Beliver?’ No.5
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‘Mana’
Currently in studio Mahaloness many painitngs begin to take on a life of their own, side by side, introspection, dreams and such things.

Obama 'Are you a Believer?' No.5 acrylic on wood panel c.2015 in progress...

Obama ‘Are you a Believer?’ No.5
acrylic on wood panel
c.2015
As my fifth installement of my paintamentary ‘Are you a Believer?’ comes into it’s own I wonder what is on the his mind, is it the same as you and I ?……one will truly never know…


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creative explorations

There is no end in sight when it comes to the good work.

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-set ups, famous portraits/painter papparazi and in between the brush strokes surf trips to rekindle the soul

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live art set up for Black History month circa 2013 -endless creative explorations

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Sunshine Coast Mona Lisa c.2011 acrylic on driftwood (flotsam)

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¡Dali! watercolour c.2015

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Red Tara analog (painting) to digital art c.2015

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‘Buddhabear’ acrylic on wood panel c.2012

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Surf trip in between paintings, taking care of the spirit and tapping the Source.

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In the studio, two paintings on the go ‘Mana’ & ‘Are you a Believer? No.5’ c. 2015


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Aloha A’ina Sesshins

In 2012 I travelled to Maui to do some soul searching and connect with the land and sea. I spent much of the time sitting and drawing, channelling the energy of the island and letting my pen translate the feeling I that flowed though my being. Each place I visited grounded me by letting the environment introduce me to the A’ina, which is a Hawaiian word for ‘Earth, land’. Aloha A’ina means love for the land, love of the land. I have always felt that I am a child of the land and have exepreinced this feeling in many places around this precious Earth. The land, sea and air offer lessons to us that can be benefitial to our well being and bring persepctive to the challanges we face in this lifetime. When we shift our thoughts and let Nature mind in we open doors to healing, both for oursleves and the land we are part of.

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Japanese accordion style moleskine doodle, Maui Sesshins c.2012 (aka A’ina Sesshins)

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Aloha A’ina

  • ‘love of the land’