Geoffrey Mundon completed the Hawaiian arts program at HOEA (Hawaiian ‘Ohana for Education in the Arts) in 2011 and currently focuses most on bone jewelry and printmaking. Typically, he works “on the fly” with anything available to capture those fleeting otherworldy moments that happen daily. Compelled to build a kind of vocabulary for the personal connections he makes, be it with person, place, or thing, he says it makes him feel a little more rooted in this world and a little more cosmopolitan in other realms. He's thrilled when it turns into art.
Visit Geoffrey at geoffreymundon.com