Brittini Kuwahara is a boy-mom of a terrible 3’s toddler, graphic artist by day and an obsessive fiction reader by night. She is currently the Digital Marketing Supervisor for KTA Super Stores, as well as the freelance graphic artist and the illustrator for the locally written book, “I’m a Happy School Bus.” She finds that art is a feeling which you may find transfers into her creations.
Brittini has been interested in art all of her life. Her preferred medium is acrylic painting. She loves that it allows the artist to layer, blend and mix colors to create new shades and hues.
While her career is focused strictly with digital graphics, Brittini paints as a hobby. She gravitates towards art and uses it as an emotional outlet.
Follow her personal IG at @brittkuwainihara
KEIKI HEROES SUPERPOWER
Who would have thought art would be a super power?! Art can mean different things to everyone. Whether you think of art as an experience, a feeling, or an expression art is about capturing a specific moment and being able to share it with others.
For example, with covid, we haven’t been able to go outside or travel. By painting or drawing a picture of a sunny beach, you’re able to capture a memory or place you want to visit. Share that picture with someone and you’ll both be able to live in the artwork you created.
One of Brittini’s favorite parts of mother nature is the sky, and specifically, stars. Hawaiʻi has the most beautiful night skies, filled with stars and the milky way. A starry sky always makes her smile, as she finds it calming and relaxing.
Today, we can use our artistic superpower to capture that feeling and be able to share it!
Brittini chose to participate in Keiki Heroes because she has a keiki of her own!