Here I am, flanked by the two pohaku at the dedication of the Makawalu Vortex at the UH Cancer Center.
We had a beautiful morning on June 19 for the dedication of some new artwork at the UH Cancer Center. About 120 people attended the dedication of the Makawalu Vortex—two large stone sculptures that are meant to create healing energy.
The themes of this piece of art also include scientific creativity and multiple perspectives. Thank you to local artist Jerry Vasconcellos, who created the Makawalu Vortex from rocks quarried in Kailua.
(L to R): Local artist Jerry Vasconcellos, Chancellor Tom Apple, Cancer Center Director Michele Carbone, Cancer Center Facilities Director Francis Blanco, JABSOM Dean Jerris Hedges, me and Executive Director of the State Foundation for Culture and the Arts Jonathan Johnson.
See more photos from the event on the UH Cancer Center Facebook page.