Amy Justen is a versatile artist working in watercolors, printmaking, sculpture and tattoo media, who graduated from The Art Institute of Chicago. She has exhibited her artwork in galleries and museums throughout The United States.
Hawaii’s culture and botanical diversity greatly influence Amy’s work. Her inspiration comes from naturalist, John James Audobon. This series of watercolors include Maui’s endemic bird species which are rarely seen due to being endangered.
We employ state of the art equipment and professional designers skilled in digital arts. Due to technological advancements and thorough R&D, we are able to produce an array of giclées for a fraction of the original’s price.
A giclée is the closest reproduction of an original possible. We hand coat every giclée. Furthermore, we print with archival inks and 100% Cotton Canvas. As a result, our giclées are completely waterproof and guaranteed not to fade or shift for over 100 years!
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