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"Siku Polar Bear Eyes" Print by Amanda Warren
Siku meaning 'ice' in Inuit. I love how it represents the cool icy blues in the polar bear including an icy glare to his eyes.
Premium Art Print info:
The paper and canvas prints are made here at the ARW studio in Anchorage, Alaska.
Artwork on paper is done on heavyweight velvet paper with archival inks to guarantee they last a lifetime without fading or loss in the vivid colors. All prints are printed to the edge of paper, and come personally signed on back with the year and virtually signed on front as well.
About the Artist
Local Alaskan artist Amanda Rose Warren thrives on the energy from her work. Being primarily self-taught she sparked the love for creating art in high school pottery classes. She continued to build from those skills with custom decorated cakes. After her mother fell ill, she began auctioning off paintings to help with her medical bills and travelling expenses to her chemo apts. This was the beginning of her putting brushes to canvas and eventually guided her to really dive into acrylic art and painting more.