Ephemerality is both physically manifested and used as a metaphor in the latest series of painted portraits by hawaiian artist Sean Yoro, aka hula. these recent murals have been rendered on the frigid surface of icebergs, freshly broken off from a nearby glacier. ‘a’o ‘ana’ (the warning) sees a submerged female figure ‘hidden’ beneath the water’s edge. the woman’s face painted on the side of the ice block just barely peers above the rising tide. on the adjacent shoreline, hula has painted the image of a reaching arm onto a glacial mass. the hand, extending outwards, points at the hundreds of icy objects surrounding it, which have settled on shore.