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Spotlight on Artist Fred Herzog, “Pioneer of Color Photography”
From the photographer who came into our film lab almost two decades ago, to the acclaimed international artist he is today, we continue to have the privilege of working with this interesting and great man.
Having already been active in the local art scene, things got really exciting for Fred when he reached a career milestone in 2007. Fred’s work was selected for a solo exhibition, “Vancouver Photographs” at the Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG), (the VAG is the fifth largest Gallery in Canada). …Read more
The Scoop About Online Art Stores: A Quick Guide to Selling Art Online
In this post I’m going save you a ton of time doing research, by giving you a quick guide to selling your art online using online art stores. Learn what images to submit, how much it will cost and what you should expect from an online art store provider. …Read more
Welcome to Fidelis Art Prints
Fidelis Art Prints is a fine art printmaking studio, art marketing resource and boutique art publisher.
Fidelis serves an elite community of photo-based artists and painters by providing exhibition quality archival inkjet printing, technical Photoshop and image calibration expertise. Our fine art services also include canvas stretching and specialty print mounting to board and aluminum.
We believe that if you succeed, we succeed. So in order to help you grow your art business we created the FAP Blog. Here you’ll find hundreds of valuable articles about art marketing, such as how artists can use social media to build an audience, unique business cards ideas for creatives and leads to art industry resources around the web.
Is your first time visiting? Click the “Getting Started” link below. Let us introduce you to Fidelis Art Prints and get you started printing and selling your art. Getting Started With Fidelis Art Prints
Our Roots in the Industry
A team of experienced artisans and technicians with a long history serving the art community
In 1992, the owners of Fidelis Art Prints Inc. began working together for Vancouver’s premier photo-imaging lab, Gamma Pro Imaging (Gamma). Gamma was well known for staying on the leading edge of technology and for building long term business relationships with leading artists, photographers, museums, motion picture firms and corporations. In 2003, the archival inkjet printmaking and imaging department at Gamma became known Gamma Editions—a name that better reflected its focus on fine art printmaking. …Read more
Tiko Kerr Collection
Tiko Kerr’s Vancouver landmarks and totems compliment every decor and are available to the corporate gift and souvenir markets.
Tiko Kerr was born and raised in Alberta. He lived abroad and travelled extensively before returning to Canada to make his new home in Vancouver.
Over his career as an artist, Kerr has been devoted to painting his environment, both natural and man-made. “There is much mystery and wonder in familiar things we may dismiss as ordinary. All things have spirit and rhythm”, says Kerr. His vibrant paintings of urban Vancouver landmarks and rich natural landscape continue to be the artist’s most recognized works. …Read more
Fieber’s art reflects the influence of Hopper, Rothko, Turner, and the landscape impressionists. “I love working from pastels, I find them incredibly versatile, the almost instant reward of the first strike of colour on the paper,” explains Fieber.
Fieber has completed hundreds of commissions. His clients include Royal Mail, Readers Digest, Radio Times, Sunday Times, and international publisher Bentley Publishing, and his works are in private collections in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. …Read more
Michael Elkan at the Bellevue Gallery
After another sucessful year of exhibiting his work in London, Michael Elkan is back at the Bellevue Gallery, West Vancouver with a new collection of artworks.
Featuring photographic images on Hahnemühle PhotoRag and Moab’s Lasal PhotoMatte mounted to aluminum. A must see for artists who are interested in pursing new media perfectly suited to photographic work. On Exhibition October 15 thru November 14th, 2009
Roy Arden brings photo history to the Vancouver Convention Center
We are really excited about the completion of Roy Arden’s new public art pieces for the Vancouver Convention Centre (VCCEP). Fidelis’s, Jan Hynek contributed digital work assistance on Roy Arden’s 2 new murals – ‘Big House’ 2008 and ‘People of British Columbia’ 2009, for the VCCEP, as well as the interactive interpretive kiosk designed by Karo Design group. Please take the time to see the 195-ft long “Big House” artwork—VERY IMPRESSIVE. Thank you Roy, for allowing Fidelis to be a part of this process. And congratulations to Roy and Karo Design for bringing art and history to life in such a successful way.
Eric Deis chooses aluminum to mount his extraordinary new works.
Until October 29th, the Elissa Cristall Gallery will be exhibiting a new body of work by Canadian artist, Eric Deis. Both Jan and Alan were busy with this project as many of the large artworks needed special handling when mounting to aluminum. Described by Canadian ART Magazine as “large-scale images that read like visual storyboards gathering in the entirety of everyday cityscape and architectural dynamics”—this show is a must see.
Go to CA Magazine for the complete story.