Fidalis Buehler's artwork examines personal identity through various depictions of life experience both past and present. These ideas are shaped through Pacific Island/Western upbringing infusing dreams, story telling, chants, and rituals, including genres of American Pop Culture.
Buehler's work is in the Foyer of the Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State through April 20th. You can also see it at fidalisbuehler.com. The Eagle Gallery is on the sixth floor of Doyle Fine Arts which is on campus at the corner of 15th and Olive.