As a child in France, Benjamin’s gift was recognized by his teachers, and under their tutelage, he received training and more importantly, encouragement. Later, in high school during the summer months, he was apprenticed to his art teacher and his talent continued to flourish.
In 1977 as a young man Ben moved to Washington D.C. and traveled to the South, the Midwest and the Pacific Northwest. He continued his studies at the University of Washington, where he studied under Jacob Lawrence. However, Seattle’s inclement climate stifled Ben’s penchant for plein air, so he moved to Hawaii. He traveled the islands painting as he went until he finally settled in Maui in 1995.
There he achieved considerable success with his bright, affordable impressionistic images. “If people feel good when they view my paintings, then we share a common enthusiasm. I portray my visions on canvas with a degree of artistic license. Why not? Otherwise I might just as well take photographs. I am definitely not a realist. If you must classify me, I would describe myself as a romantic modern impressionist”. – Ben Saber
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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