George Street -Cobblestone Corridor

 
George Street -the Cobblestone Corridor

The original and unique artwork of the never before painted George Street of St. John’s, Newfoundland, looking west down the street. 

Released as a Limited Edition of 500.
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Felix 'the Cat' Potvin

 

Felix ‘the CAT’ Potvin

Officially licensed NHL project.
Signed by Toronto Maple Leafs’ goaltender:   FELIX POTVIN.

Released as a Limited Edition of 1995.
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Original painting is part of a Private Collection.

Memorial Pin

 

Memorial Pin

The original painting and the final pin created from it, were presented to HRH Princess Anne on her visit with the Royal Newfoundland Regiment for their Colours, April, 2010.

Commissioned by Mr. Rob Shea (Assistant Professor & Editor for Memorial University), to honour the brave Newfoundlanders and Labradorians who fought and died on land, on sea, and in the air in both World Wars.

The bravery of these men is both epic and tragic, and in 1917 the Forget-Me-Not was adopted as a commemorative symbol in the then nation of Newfoundland to recognize the efforts of these heroes. 

This pin pays tribute to those men and women who have served and continue to serve and participate in peacekeeping missions today, and who have paid the supreme sacrifice.

Original painting part of the Royal Collection.

 

George Street-'00

 George Street -’00

The second instalment of the George Street strip of St. John’s, Newfoundland, as seen from the west end looking east in the year 2000.  Done in the same architectural caricature style as the first George Street painting.

Released as a Limited Edition of 800.
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Original painting is part of a Private Collection.

Terrors of the Federal League

 

Terrors of the Federal League

A Tribute to the ‘HANSON BROTHERS’ of the movie ‘Slapshot’ fame.

The most thorough and precise replication of Dave, Steve, and Jeff Hanson, covering some of the funnier and more illustrious moments of the Brothers on ice from the film.

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Part of a Private Collection.

Curtis 'CUJO' Joseph

 Curtis ‘CUJO’ Joseph

Officially licensed NHL project. Limited Edition print signed by  CURTIS JOSEPH.

This piece celebrates both CURTIS JOSEPH and the moving of the Toronto Maple Leafs from the Maple Leaf Gardens to the Air Canada Centre.

Curtis’ mask, worn only once for the last game at the Gardens, is seen here as part of this commemorative piece.

Released as a Limited Edition of 99.
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Original painting is part of a Private Collection

Curtis Joseph -'CUJO'

 Curtis Joseph -CUJO 

Officially licensed NHL project. Limited Edition print signed by CURTIS JOSEPH.

A second montage of one of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ most famous  goaltenders, set to the backdrop of the interior and exterior of the Air Canada Centre.

Released as a Limited Edition of 99.
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Original painting is part of a Private Collection.

Swedish Re-Leaf

 Swedish Re-Leaf

Original artwork honouring two of the Toronto Maple Leafs’ most famous Swedes:    MATS SUNDIN  &  BORJE SALMING.
Nostalgia piece of Maple Leaf Gardens.
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Part of a Private Collection.

Nights to Remember

 Nights To Remember

Original artwork commissioned by the ST. JOHN’S MAPLE LEAFS as a commemorative piece featuring the St. John’s Maple Leafs and the St. John’s Capitals.
Showcased stars are: Mark Crawford, Felix Potvin, Nathan Dempsey, Frank Bialowas, Guy Lehoux, Richard Chernomaz, and Yanic Perreault of the Baby Leafs, and: Howie Meeker, Ian Campbell, Roger Kennedy, Randy Pearcey, Bob Lambert (Knobby), Bob O’Neill, and Andy Sullivan, of the St. John’s Caps.
All these greats are set to the backdrop of Memorial Stadium and Mile One Stadium.
Released as a Limited Edition of 300.
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Original painting is part of a Private Collection.

 

Leafs&Raptors

 Leafs & Raptors

Commissioned by Maple Leafs Sports & Entertainment as a Limited Edition Collector’s set of Toronto’s two most famous sports teams:    the NHL’s TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS, and the NBA’s TORONTO RAPTORS.

Featuring goaltender Ed Belfour and Captain Mats Sundin of the Leafs, and Vince Carter and Chris Bosh of the Raptors.

Original paintings are part of MLS&E’s Collection.

 

Carl English

 Carl English

Commissioned by the MUN Seahawks Basketball Organization as a tribute to one of Newfoundland’s best known athletes – Carl English.

Set in Carl’s hometown of Patrick’s Cove, Newfoundland, where Carl spent countless hours as a youth honing his basketball skills on his homemade basketball net on the side of the road. 

Released as a Limited Edition Giclee of 99.
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Original painting is part of a Private Collection.

The Canadian Shield

 The Canadian Shield

A commemorative piece celebrating the inaugural year of NHL players entering the Winter Olympics for the first time in 1998.

This piece showcases the three goalies invited by Canada to represent their country:      PATRICK ROY,   MARTIN BRODEUR,  and      CURTIS JOSEPH.
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Part of a Private Collection.

Toronto Maple Leafs goalie

 Toronto Maple Leafs Goalie

An original painting portraying a goaltender wearing the blue & white colours of the Toronto Maple Leafs, set to the backdrop of some of Toronto’s Stanley Cup Banners.
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Part of a Private Collection.

 
 

Montreal Canadiens goalie

 Montreal Canadiens Goalie

An original painting portraying a goaltender wearing the red, blue, and white of the Montreal Canadiens, set to the backdrop of some of Montreal’s numerous Stanley Cup Banners.
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Part of a Private Collection.

 

Danny Cleary -'Believe in Yourself'

 Danny Cleary -Believe In Yourself

Commissioned artwork by the Government of Newfoundland & Labrador, of Newfoundland native Danny Cleary, of the NHL’s Detroit Red Wings.

Danny is the first Newfoundlander to win the Stanley Cup, and as a tribute the Government of NL has distributed reproductions of this artwork to every school in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Part of Government of NL Art Collection.