Since that time, Avi has continued to capture the Hawai’i landscape and his observations of its people in joyful paintings and prints. For a deeper study into the Polynesian culture, Avi and his family traveled to 19 different islands in French Polynesia and the Cook Islands. His work has been profoundly influenced by this journey. One example of this influence is Avi’s unique collection of Storyboards.
Avi’s paintings and prints hang in public and private collections throughout Hawai’i, on the mainland and in Europe. He has been featured in numerous publications, on television and has had several solo exhibitions. Kahala, one of the oldest Aloha shirt manufacturers, distributed a popular line of Aloha shirts incorporating Avi’s designs.