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September 26th through October 16th, 2002
Kari McCarthy developed a lifelong habit of observation during her formal training in graphic design at the San Francisco Academy of Art. She says, "Graphic design taught me to pay attention, to observe the details. Letter forms and spacing. The effects of light on architectural elements. Being in San Francisco exposed me to the finest of the finest, and though I came into fine art through the back door of graphic design, I'm grateful for the discernment it taught me."

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Poppies at Giverny
After moving to Maui, she founded Design Network and has an award-winning career in design, with clients throughout the islands and on both Mainland U.S. coasts. A dozen years ago, she began studying fine art, with masters such as Dick Nelson and George Allan. She says these lessons taught her to see the world differently. In 2000, she began painting seriously and a year later, a trip to Giverny confirmed her passion for light and color. "I'm still a beginner," she says. "I'll know I've arrived when I can paint what I see."

Kaho'olawe Glow

The Drive Home

Patch of Light

Red Glow

In Monet's Garden
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