Calen James Adams was born in 1983 in Milford, Ohio. A suburb of Cincinnati.

At a young age, he was exposed to many different towns and cities across the US with a rich tradition of art.

Calen developed an early interest in art. He was raised in a household where art was second nature. He was influenced by his mother (a potter) who managed fine art galleries and watching his father, Larry Adams, a watercolorist.

Calen is greatly inspired by Andrew Wyeth, Stephen Scott Young, Joseph Zbukvic and Dean Mitchell.

Although mentored by his father, Calen is a self-taught artist and offers a unique style. He enjoys watercolors for the technical and unpredictable aspects of the medium. His main focus is to capture Hawaii’s historical scenes before they disappear.

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Giclée reproductions of these original watercolor paintings depicting scenes of old and historic Hawaii by Calen Adams are available. Use the contact form below or email . Mahalo!

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If you are interested in purchasing a giclée reproductions please use the form below or email: . There are a wide variety of sizes and printing materials available. Mahalo!

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