Sean Yoro, New York City-based artist also known as Hula, took a sunken rusty ship off the coast of Hawaii as canvas to create hyper realistic painting titled Ho’i Mai ( Come Back in English ) that features a larger-than-life woman floating on water and her head and arm emerge from the water’s edge, reaching towards the sky.
Other representational seaside works by Hula
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