Artist Carrie Lee Brady's world is guided by the wonderfully beautiful and rugged nature of her island home of Hawaii. Known for her Hawaiian Fish Prints, Carrie uses the traditional Japanese Gyotaku method in creating her art pieces. Gyotaku is an ancient Oriental art form in which natural impressions of fish and sea life are transferred to paper. Carrie's art is colorful, vivid and organic much like the ocean. She paints traditional Hawaiian fish prints from her home studio in Maui, Hawaii.