Paving at the Banyan CourtWeyeneth, Robert, 1987, Ala Moana: The People's Park, Prepared for the Department of Parks and Recreation
This “Floor mosaic of twelve figures engaged in traditional Hawaiian athletic activities, done in polished black basalt set into a flagstone floor” (source note 1), was completed by Marguerite Louis Blasingame in 1935 for the Works Progress Administration (WPA).
(1) Mayor’s Office of Culture & the Arts, Honolulu, Hawai’i, at http://hiculturearts.pastperfect-online.com/34250cgi/mweb.exe?request=record;id=98EEC7AB-F921-4479-949F-611734353968;type=101, accessed March 21, 2015. (2) “Public Art: Location and descriptions of public works of art,” Honolulu Data, http://data.honolulu.gov/dataset/Public-Art/yef5-h88r, accessed March 21, 2015. (3) “Art Works pages with Funded by the Works Progress Administration as Credit,” Honolulu Art in Public Places, at http://honolulu-art-in-public-places.silk.co/page/Floor%20Mosaic, accessed March 21, 2015.
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