Eduardo Bolioli is Four Seasons O'ahu's First Artist-In-Residence
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Eduardo Bolioli is Four Seasons O’ahu’s First Artist-In-Residence

Four Seasons O’ahu at Ko Olina is a destination resort on O’ahu’s west side, as remote or as proximal to Honolulu as you want it to be. It’s a short drive into the city for dinner, but worlds away, both aesthetically and in terms of pace, from the bustle of Waikiki. Tucked serenely into a placid cove at Ko Olina, the property offers all the understated luxuries associated with the Four Seasons brand. Artist Eduardo Bolioli at Four Seasons Resort O’ahu at Ko Olina. Kim Westerman One thing that sets this hotel apart is its commitment to art, and it has just launched an exciting artist-in-residence program whose first artist is Eduardo Bolioli, an O’ahu-based painter from Uruguay who began his career in Honolulu painting surfboards for pro surfers, after studying at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He’s just hung the first of four shows of new work he will exhibit over the course of the year at the Ko Olina resort, "My Surreal Island Life," which explores themes of surreality and wonder derived from the observation of underwater life, as well as the more political themes of human domination and humans’ ability to, like many […]

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