Kenneth Bushnell

Kenneth Bushnell is best known for his geometric abstract paintings, although his work also includes sculpture, light sculptures, wall reliefs, films, multimedia theater, and environmental designs. He was a skilled draftsman known for depicting the human figure, and he spent years highlighting his love of the delicate Hawaiian flowers that surrounded him for most of his life, an example of which hangs in the Daniel K. Inouye Airport in Honolulu. His early interest in architecture translated into a decades-long focus on geometric abstract paintings, most notably his Euclidean Dream Cycle, each piece of which highlights point, line, plane, and geometric angles and arcs.

Source: Honolulu Star Advisor