. . . a student / advisee of Dot while making the most of her rebellious high school years at the Orme School, Hari went on to study at ISOMATA, the Pratt Institute in New York, Vermont, Colorado
Now a highly respected and successful graphic artist in Hawaii, an art teacher, illustrator of various books, some telling stories of legend and myth, some explaining the mysteries of small creatures for children, a student of Hawaiian history and arts, participant in cultural preservation activities, including being one of the founding artists for an exciting program seeking to protect and develop the traditional and cultural arts of Hawaii. The program which occurred in May 2009 is called Hawaiian 'Ohana For Education in the Arts and involves Hawaiian and indigenous master artists in a close student-mentor relationship called ‘"imi haku," a traditional Hawaiian teaching practice.
Hari was selected to design murals for a Disney resort hotel in Hawaii . . . beautifully executed and bringing an appreciation of Hawaiian culture to all those who visit . . .