KRIS GOTO - HAMMOCK LOVE
11”x14” Matted Giclee Print
7”x9” Mat Opening
Giclee prints are fade resistant, printed by using archival quality inks and paper.
"Hammock Love" debuted in Yokohama, Japan at the Greenroom Festival Yokohama 2019. It is inspired by the beautiful tropical flowers of Hawaii, and the love for hammock swinging by the ocean.
Ever since she can remember, Kris has wanted to be an artist. She filled notebook after notebook with her own invented characters and their stories. Her early fascination was with manga, especially the works of artist Yuu Watase and Osamu Tezuka.
Born and raised in the countryside of Japan, Kris moved to Hong Kong at the age of nine. She spent two years of high school in New Zealand where she discovered a world outside manga, and particular inspiration in the art of Maori tattoos and the works of Dave Mckean. She moved to Hawaii in 2006.
Her work has been displayed at Pow! Wow! Hawaii, Manifest, Next Door, Loading Zone, Bambu Two, The ARTS at Marks Garage, V Lounge, Zenworx Kaka’ako, Greenroom HAWAII, Gallery Meld on the Big Island, Halele'a Gallery Kauai and Art on the Boulevard in Fort Worth, Texas.