Posts Tagged ‘Giclée Print’

Santa Fe Railroad ~ Vintage Americana ~ World Travel Prints

native american print

If you just love collecting vintage art prints, check out our selection of vintage Santa Fe Railroad art prints and posters between the era of the 1940’s and 50’s…


Photographer G. Brad Lewis ~ Hawaii Photographer & “Volcano Man”

G. Brad Lewis was raised in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. He spent his childhood exposed to the natural beauty of the outdoor terrain…


N E W !! Giclée Prints by Tiki artist Brad Parker in ARTISTS SHOWCASE section!

Brad “Tiki Shark” Parker Brad used to work in Hollywood producing storyboards and illustrations until he decided to transition into fine art.He spent every red cent he had, and moved to the Big Island to be near the burning hot lava that spawned the birth of “Tiki” art hundreds of years ago. During the 1950’s […]


Hawaiian Artist Danny Braddix

Danny Braddix, Jr. grew up in France, Germany and Massachusetts. After graduating from college, he spent two years working in a big city high-rise before packing up his blue van and heading westwards on a quest to find his true calling. When reaching the California coast at Big Sur it’s splendid natural environment awoke the […]


Jim Kingwell Hawaiian Artist

Jim Kingwell has been painting the colors of Hawaii for many years. The charm of the Tropics, island beaches, palm trees swaying in the breeze, rainbows, tropical birds, exotic flowers, and the Hawaiian culture are essential elements to his art. Check out all his Limited Edition images now available on our website Jim_Kingwell_Artist_Showcase ___________________________________________


In memory of Alan Houghton, Legendary Photographer

Aloha! We are sad to let you know that Alan Houghton passed away. According to his wishes Pacifica will continue to publish a selection of his hula kahiko (ancient hula) photographs on cards and as prints. As a tribute we are posting a some biographical notes about Alan’s life and work. Alan has been a […]