Sat, Mar 13|
Featuring Quata for March - 2nd Saturday Art Walk
Quata’s paintings depict the vast array of experiences in life from an ethereal, dreamy Hawaiian scene to the raw, vulnerable emotions that we feel when processing harsh realities. Her art was recently seen in an episode of Magnum P.I and previously on Hawaii Five-O.
Time & Location
Mar 13, 2021, 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Astoria, 106 10th St, Astoria, OR 97103, USA
About The Event
“My Grandmother gave me her amazing wooden box of oil paints when I was 10. Shortly thereafter an uncle gave me an oil painting lesson. I was hooked. I did two ocean scene paintings on canvas and used up all the paint within 3 months painting on paper, cardboard and whatever I could find.”
Quata’s paintings depict the vast array of experiences in life from an ethereal, dreamy Hawaiian Scene to the raw, vulnerable emotions that we feel when processing harsh realities. Stills show clips of daily life. She works in many mediums but, her passion is working monochrome in oils, her signature. One of her paintings made it into a recent episode of the new Magnum P.I., previously it was on an episode of Hawaii 5-0.
Quata Cody resides in Olympia, WA living the life of an artisan. Besides her love for painting and acting, she also restores and decorates the furnishings in her home. She raises chickens and makes her own wine.