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Dick Bobnick

Dick Bobnick

Burnsville, MN

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Artist, Dick Bobnick, has been a successful award winning illustrator for over forty years. His great versatility in creating near photo realistic portraits, celebrity montages, action-adventure illustrations, glamorous pinups, sports art and historical themed paintings has kept his work in demand by regional and national advertising agencies, corporations, public relations firms and publishers of books and collectibles.

Few match Dick's style, technique and ability to capture the likeness and personality of persons in show business, sports and American history. His celebrity portraits, gorgeous pinups, sports and historical montages, private client portraiture and vast experience in general advertising art has afforded him many awards over the years. In addition to his many original paintings, which he offers for sale, he also offers beautiful archival Giclee prints for sale in various sizes and framing motifs through this print site.

Dick's published work has included portrait illustrations for major national ads in U.S.A. Today for president Ronald Reagan's second inaugural in 1985. Notable portrait commissions for the collectibles industry and book covers have included baseball stars Kirby Puckett, Greg Maddux and Ryne Sandberg, football legends Jim Kelly, Joe Montana and Bret Favre, golf greats, Sam Snead and Tiger Woods. His many portraits of stars of the entertainment world created for U.S. federal stamp caches include iconic Jazz trumpeter, Louis Armstrong, Country giants Hank Williams and Patsy Cline.

Dick's celebrated portrait of Mother Teresa was marketed worldwide by the Franklin Mint as was his portrait of Hollywood screen legend, Marilyn Monroe, commissioned for the front and back cover of the special Collectors' edition of Joyce Carole Oates' novel, BLONDE. His six painting series of the JAMES BOND films, starring Sean Connery, created for Heirloom Collector Plates, were one of the most popular in Franklin Mint history as was his six painting series commemorating the famous GUNSMOKE TV series. Many of Dick's impressive clientele are shown on his Artist Bio page in his official website: www.dickbobnick.com

Dick also accepts private portrait and boudoir pinup commissions. Contact him directly by Email: bobnick38@yahoo.com or phone him at his studio:(952) 890-6984.

All of Dick Bobnick's art images are copyright protected. All rights are reserved to Dick Bobnick, 2014, and no copies of any of this art is permitted without written permission of the artist. The images here carry a protective watermark but will not appear on ordered prints.

All images have the artist's watermark on them. This is to insure that no prints go out without the Artist Certificate Of Authenticity which increases the value of the Giclee print. If you wish to purchase a print message the artist on F.A.A. with your Email and delivery address. Dick will get back to you on payment. All prints will be handled by F.A.A. and sent to you by them. If you desire your print to be remarqued by the artist include this request in your message.

Dick Bobnick has been a successful illustrator for over forty years. His great versatility in creating near photo realistic portraits and celebrity montages of legendary actors, actresses, singers, musicians, action-adventure illustrations of television and movie heroes, glamorous pinups, sports stars of football and baseball fame and historical themed paintings of American presidents and war heroes has kept his work in demand by regional and national advertising agencies, corporations, public relations firms, publishers of book and collectibles and sales of his famous Franklin Mint movie and TV art series in the international marketplace.

Few match Dick's style and ability to capture the likeness and personality of persons in show business, sports and American history. His celebrity portraits, gorgeous pinups, sports and historical montages, private client portraiture and vast experience in general advertising art has afforded him many awards over the years. In addition to his many original paintings for sale he offers beautiful Giclee prints in various sizes and framing motifs on this site.

Dick's published work has included portrait illustrations for major national ads in U.S.A. Today for president Ronald Reagan's second inaugural in 1985. Notable portrait commissions for the collectibles industry and book covers have included baseball stars Kirby Puckett, Greg Maddux and Ryne Sandberg, football legends Jim Kelly, Joe Montana and Bret Favre, golf greats Sam Snead and Tiger Woods. His many portraits of stars of the entertainment world, created for U.S federal stamp caches, include Louis Armstrong, Hank Williams and Patsy Cline.

Dick's portrait of Mother Teresa was marketed worldwide by the Franklin Mint as was his portrait of screen legend, Marilyn Monroe, commissioned for the covers of the special collectors' edition of Joyce Carole Oates' novel, BLONDE. His six painting series of the JAMES BOND films, starring Sean Connery, created for Heirloom Collector plates, were one of the most popular in Franklin Mint history as was his six painting series commemorating the famous GUNSMOKE tv series. A more complete client list can be found in his bio on his main website, www.dickbobnick.com.

Among his galleries on this site: Hollywood Legends, Sports Legends, Glamour & Pinups, Faces Of American History, Music Immortals, Premier Portraits, Old West Nostalgia and Movie and TV Show art.

Dick also accepts private portrait and boudoir pinup commissions. Contact him directly by Email:
bobnick38@yahoo.com or phone him at his studio: (952) 890-6984.

All Dick Bobnick art images are copyright protected. All rights are reserved to Dick Bobnick, 2013 and no copies are permitted without written permission of the artist. The images carry a protective watermark but it will not appear on any purchased prints. Certificates Of Authenticity Provided on request as are a personal signature on the print. Make this clear in your message.