Most of my artwork would fall into a category of convergent media paintings. Here you can find digitally-signed and dated Open Edition (OE) giclee prints of highest archival quality. Many of these pieces are exclusive to FAA.
In addition, hand-signed and numbered Artist Proof (AP) edition prints with certificates of authenticity for select pieces are available upon request. The AP editions are limited to 7 prints (+1 B.A.T. - bon à tirer print not available for sale). Those will be shipped rolled in tube only.
Briefly about myself... A Toronto-based artist/designer/illustrator, specializing in heraldry, yet constantly and passionately creating in various media such as traditional art, digital art, photography and mixed media.
With time my artwork found many homes including state governments, defense ministries, corporate offices, and being enjoyed by number of private collectors and casual art lover worldwide. Some of my pieces were used in several blockbuster movies, award-winning documentaries, and numerous online and print publications. Among other things, I am currently a contributing artist with ProHeraldica (USA), ProHeraldica (Europe) and Fine Legacy (Authentic Coats of Arms & Treasures).
A few years ago I have developed my very own M-LETT method (which is short for "Multi-Layer Enhancement & Texturing Technique"). Not going into many details, it is a method of achieving multidimensional look and feel, utilizing new media capabilities. It is still a work in progress. I extensively incorporate this technique into many of my fine art pieces. As a result, we get something that my critics call "unorthodox, recognizable and unique"... Think of each image as a sculpture, carefully crafted and assembled layer by layer, until the desired result is achieved...
One of my other passions is giving new life to vintage and antique images. Some examples from this body of work could also be found in my galleries.
Commissions are welcome as time permits. Please, feel free to drop me a line should you have any questions or comments.
I hope you enjoy your visit...