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Edward Colarik "The Princess Arrival" Limited Edition Lithograph on Canvas - Art

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Edward Colarik "The Princess Arrival" Limited Edition Lithograph on Canvas - Art Work

"The Princess Arrival"
Limited Edition Lithograph on Canvas
Numbered and Hand signed
Certificate of Authenticity
18 x 18 inches (with border)

15 x 15 inches (image)


Biography

Edward Colarik's talent as a multi media visual artist speaks to the unbelievable wide range of his creativity. He has an international following of collectors from Australia, Austria, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Czech, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, South Africa, Taiwan, and of course the USA. People from all over the world connect to the universal hallmark of his artworks.


His current creations include 12 oil paintings of signature golf course holes. He completed a series of commissions of life size bronze sculptures and his own personal works for collectors around the world. He recently delivered five large bronzes of King Kamehameha commissioned by Dole Foods Chairman, David Murdock, for public spaces in Hawaii and one for his personal collection. Ed’s latest sculptures express a new vision that looks upon beauty in the search of truth of sensual forms that have not been seen before in bronze. Colarik continues to create original one of a kind art pieces for collectors, including life-size bronzes figures. 

As a sculptor, Colarik's first pieces were miniature bronze and pewter figures. He created an award winning collection of 107 Samurai (40 different figures); a collection of 46 Ancient Hawaiians (26 different figures), an Ancient Hawaiian Chess Set, a collection of 48 Crusaders (40 different figures), and 20 Civil War Musicians; totaling more than 130 different figures. His artistic attention to detail and accurate historical reenactment of these collections earned him many awards and devoted collectors. Later, he produced numerous larger bronze figures; then moved on to creating life size bronze sculptures. Colarik also created three board games, one being the award winning Movie Studio Mogul. He created six fantasy images from which he produced high quality gifts bags. Ed’S love of antiques inspired him to design and produced Chippendale styled mahogany beds. 

All of his adult life he has been a creator, artist, fashion designer, and TV & film producer. One of his most enjoyable experiences was teaching his highly rated film course at UCLA for four years. He has worked on more than 100 film and TV projects. He co-founded National American Entertainment Corporation; a production and distribution company for feature films and TV shows. Ed has produced numerous film and TV programs. What stands out the most is the creative process," he says. "There are so many forces at work, so many people involved. Work in television and film is a great, but it’s a collective art form. I prefer creating sculptures and painting that give me a sense of personal completion.

Colarik is also pursuing projects that will benefit the general public. "I love the creative process," he says. "It is such a joy working on projects that are worthy from my own viewpoint and contribute to the individual and the community." His interests of art, music, travel (he has lived in 10 countries and visited most of the world), adventure, books, history, world cultures, politics, and philosophy have deeply influenced his creativity.