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Jeremy Bresciani's Habs, Les Habitants, Montreal Canadiens Artwork Photo Gallery
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LES HABITANTS


This drawing was inspired by the proud history of the Montreal Canadiens and their strong fanbase. The piece captures the feeling of being a Habs fan on game day as fans walk toward both The Montreal Forum (left) and the Bell Centre (right). Ghosted in the sky above the arenas are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Habs' fans since their inaugural season in 1909. From left to right: Jacques Plante (inventor of the first Goalie Mask), Maurice "Rocket" Richard, Jean Beliveau, Henri "The Pocket-Rocket" Richard (winner of 11 Stanley Cups - more than any other player in NHL history!), Ken Dryden, Guy Lafleur and Patrick Roy. Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as many more. Note that the fan wearing Serge Savard's number 18 is paying tribute to Savrd's "Spin-o-rama" (yes, Serge Savard did it first, not Denis; a popular misconception). One fan's jacket also pays tribute to Montreal's league leading 24 Stanley Cups; truly a proud, rich history! In the left foreground stands a statue of Howie Morenz, also known as the "Stratford Streak" and "Mitchell Meteor", the Canadien's first superstar.

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 909 to commemorate the inaugural year of the Montreal Canadiens (1909).

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Jeremy Bresciani's Blue Shirts Artwork Photo Gallery
REFUELLED
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BLUE SHIRTS


This drawing was inspired by the proud history of the Toronto Maple Leafs and their strong fanbase. The piece captures the feeling of being a Leafs fan on game day as fasn walk toward both Maple Leaf Gardens (left) and the Air Canada Centre (right). Ghosted in the sky above the arenas are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Leafs' fans since their inaugural season in 1917. From left to right: Ted Kennedy, Frank Mahovlich, Johnny Bower, Darryl Sittler, Wendel Clark, Doug Gilmour and Mats Sundin. Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as many more. Note that the fan wearing Tim Horton's number 7 is carrying a certain popular Canadian beverage. The fan wearing Bill Barilko's number 5 is also sporting a "50 Mission Cap" as coined by the The Tragically Hip in their song of the same name. The fan wearing Ace Bailey's number 6 is also carrying a flag made to honour his contribution to the team.

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 917 to commemorate the inaugural year of the Toronto Maple Leafs (1917).

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Jeremy Bresciani's Boston Bruins, Big Bad Bruins, Hockey Artwork Photo Gallery
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Big Bad Bruins


This drawing was inspired by the history of the Boston Bruins and its strong fanbase. The piece will capture the feeling of being a Bruins fan on game day as fans walk toward both the Boston Garden (left) and the TD Garden (right). Ghosted in the sky above the arenas are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Bruins' fans since their inaugural season in 1924. From left to right: Eddie Shore, Cheevers, Phil Esposito, Terry O'Reilly, Bobby Orr (souring in classic fashion), Ray Bourque, Cam Neely and Zdeno Chara. Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as many more. Don Cherry welcomes fans to Boston Garden on the left while Blades the Bruin welcomes fans to TD Garden on the right. Superfan Sammy Berns is shown walking to the arena in the center carrying a Boston Strong flag.


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Individually signed and numbered out of 924 to commemorate the inaugural season (1924) of the Boston Bruins.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 1924 to commemorate the inaugural season of the Boston Bruins.

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Jeremy Bresciani's Oil Country Artwork Photo Gallery
The Sky's the Limit in Oil Country.</b><br>Completed November 10, 2011.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by youth and excitement of The 2011 Edmonton Oilers, the rich history of the team and the strength of their fan base.  With the young Oilers' strong start to the 2011 season, one cannot help but reminisce about the dynasty of the 1980s led by a youthful Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, Coffey and Fuhr.  Captured in the left and center sky are these five Oiler greats hoisting the Oilers' 5 Stanley Cups.  In the right sky, Hall, Eberle and Nugent-Hopkins lead the team into what should be a strong future.  Fan jerseys numbers represent some of the top players throughout Oilers' history.
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The Sky's the Limit in
OIL COUNTRY


This drawing was inspired by youth and excitement of The 2011 Edmonton Oilers, the rich history of the team and the strength of their fan base. With the young Oilers' strong start to the 2011 season, one cannot help but reminisce about the dynasty of the 1980s led by a youthful Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, Coffey and Fuhr. Captured in the left and center sky are these five Oiler greats hoisting the Oilers' 5 Stanley Cups. In the right sky, Hall, Eberle and Nugent-Hopkins lead the team into what should be a strong future. Fan jerseys numbers represent some of the top players throughout Oilers' history.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 984 to commemorate the first season the Edmonton Oiler's won the Stanley Cup.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 1984 to commemorate the first season the Edmonton Oiler's won the Stanley Cup.

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Jeremy Bresciani's Refuelled Artwork Photo Gallery
REFUELLED
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REFUELLED


This drawing represents the return of the NHL to Winnipeg after a 15 year hiatus. I merged the old Winnipeg Arena (home of the Winnipeg Jets from 1972-1996) with the new MTS Centre (home of the new Winnipeg Jets). Over the old arena are legends of Jets history: Bobby Hull, Dale Hawerchuk and Teemu Selanne. Over the new MTS Centre are current team stars: Dustin Byfuglien, Andrew Ladd and Evander Kane. Fan jersey designs reflect styles worn though Jets history and fan jersey numbers represent some of the top players throughout Jets history.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 996 to commemorate the last year (1996) the Winnipeg Jets played in the old Winnipeg Arena.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 2011 to commemorate the first season the new Winnipeg Jets played in the MTS Centre.

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Jeremy Bresciani's C of Red Artwork Photo Gallery
C of Red.</b><br>Completed April 17, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the history of the Calgary Flames and its strong fanbase.  The piece emphasizes the C of Red tradition as fans walk to the Scotiabank Saddledome, all wearing red jerseys representative of some fo the most influential players in Flames' history.  Ghosted in the sky above the arena are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Flames'fans throughout their proud history with emphasis on their magical Stanley Cup run in 1989.  From left to right: Mike Vernon, Joe Nieuwendyk, Lanny McDonald, Theoren Fleury, Al MacInnis, Miika Kiprussoff and Jarome Iginla.  Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as Joe Mullen, Doug Risebrough, Gary Roberts, Kent Nilsson, Guy Chouinard, Tim Hunter, Gary Suter, Jim Peplinski, Craig Conroy, Robert Reichel, Robin Regeh, Paul Ranheim, Joel Otto, Sergei Makarov, Paul Reinhart, Martin Gelinas, Hakan Loob, Olli Jokinen, Doug Gilmour, Alex Tanguay and Mike Cammalleri.</b><br>Completed April 17, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the history of the Calgary Flames and its strong fanbase.  The piece emphasizes the C of Red tradition as fans walk to the Scotiabank Saddledome, all wearing red jerseys representative of some fo the most influential players in Flames' history.  Ghosted in the sky above the arena are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Flames'fans throughout their proud history with emphasis on their magical Stanley Cup run in 1989.  From left to right: Mike Vernon, Joe Nieuwendyk, Lanny McDonald, Theoren Fleury, Al MacInnis, Miika Kiprussoff and Jarome Iginla.  Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as Joe Mullen, Doug Risebrough, Gary Roberts, Kent Nilsson, Guy Chouinard, Tim Hunter, Gary Suter, Jim Peplinski, Craig Conroy, Robert Reichel, Robin Regeh, Paul Ranheim, Joel Otto, Sergei Makarov, Paul Reinhart, Martin Gelinas, Hakan Loob, Olli Jokinen, Doug Gilmour, Alex Tanguay and Mike Cammalleri.
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C of RED


This drawing was inspired by the history of the Calgary Flames and its strong fanbase. The piece emphasizes the C of Red tradition as fans walk to the Scotiabank Saddledome, all wearing red jerseys representative of some of the most influential players in Flames' history. Ghosted in the sky above the flamingh dome are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Flames'fans throughout their proud history with emphasis on their magical Stanley Cup run in 1989. From left to right: Mike Vernon, Joe Nieuwendyk, Lanny McDonald, Theoren Fleury, Al MacInnis, Miikka Kiprussoff and Jarome Iginla. Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as Joe Mullen, Doug Risebrough, Gary Roberts, Kent Nilsson, Guy Chouinard, Tim Hunter, Gary Suter, Jim Peplinski, Craig Conroy, Robert Reichel, Robyn Regehr, Paul Ranheim, Joel Otto, Sergei Makarov, Paul Reinhart, Martin Gelinas, Hakan Loob, Olli Jokinen, Doug Gilmour, Alex Tanguay and Mike Cammalleri.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 980 to commemorate the season the Calgary Flames joined the NHL.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 1980 to commemorate the season the Calgary Flames joined the NHL.

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Jeremy Bresciani's We Are All Canucks Artwork Photo Gallery
The Sky's the Limit in Oil Country.</b><br>Completed February 13, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the history of the Vancouver Canucks and its strong fanbase.  The piece features fans walking to Rogers Arena wearing jerseys representative of each generation of Canucks' history (including all three colour schemes).  Ghosted in the sky above the arena are eight of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Canucks fans throughout their proud history.  Fan jerseys numbers represent these as well as many other top Canucks of all time, including Kirk McLean, Tiger Williams, Harold Snepsts, Stan Smyl, Tony Tanti, Cliff Ronning, Todd Bertuzzi, Doug Lidster, Thomas Gradin, Mattias Ohlund, Alex Burrows and Greg Adams.</b><br>Completed February 13, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the history of the Vancouver Canucks and its strong fanbase.  The piece features fans walking to Rogers Arena wearing jerseys representative of each generation of Canucks' history (including all three colour schemes).  Ghosted in the sky above the arena are eight of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Canucks fans throughout their proud history.  Fan jerseys numbers represent these as well as many other top Canucks of all time, including Kirk McLean, Tiger Williams, Harold Snepsts, Stan Smyl, Tony Tanti, Cliff Ronning, Todd Bertuzzi, Doug Lidster, Thomas Gradin, Mattias Ohlund, Alex Burrows and Greg Adams.
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WE ARE ALL CANUCKS


This drawing was inspired by the history of the Vancouver Canucks and its strong fanbase. The piece features fans walking to Rogers Arena wearing jerseys representative of each generation of Canucks' history (including all three colour schemes). Ghosted in the sky above the arena are eight of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Canucks fans throughout their proud history. Fan jerseys numbers represent these as well as many other top Canucks of all time, including Kirk McLean, Tiger Williams, Harold Snepsts, Stan Smyl, Tony Tanti, Cliff Ronning, Todd Bertuzzi, Doug Lidster, Thomas Gradin, Mattias Ohlund, Alex Burrows and Greg Adams.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 970 to commemorate the season the Vancouver Canucks joined the NHL.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 1970 to commemorate the season the Vancouver Canucks joined the NHL.

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Jeremy Bresciani's Pride Lives Here Artwork Photo Gallery
REFUELLED
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The Lions Roar


Completed September 18, 2012.
This drawing was inspired by the proud history of the BC Lions and their strong fanbase. The piece captures the feeling of being a BC Lions fan as fans walk to BC Place on gameday. Ghosted in the sky above the stadium are six of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Lions' fans since their inaugural season in 1954. From left to right: Joe Kapp, Willie Fleming, Merv Fernandez, Lui Passaglia, Sean Millington and Geroy Simon. Each of these players has won atleast 1 Grey Cup as a Lion and represent each of the Lions' 6 Grey Cup seasons. Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as Jim Young, Doug Flutie, Travis Lulay, Paul McCalum, Darren Flutie, Jason Clermont, Brent Johnson, Norm Fieldgate, By Bailey, Alan Wilson, Jamie Taras, Ted Gerela, Bill Munsey, Dave Dickenson, Cory Philpot, Larry Crawford, Barron Miles, Damon Allen, James Parker, Ray Alexander and Ryan Phillips. Ghosted in the sky behind Joe Kapp and Willie Fleming is a game scene from Empire Stadium where the Lions played from 1954 to 1982 before moving to BC Place.

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 954 to commemorate the inaugural year of the BC Lions in the Canadian Football League (1954).

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 1954 to commemorate the inaugural year of the BC Lions in the Canadian Football League.

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Jeremy Bresciani's GSP / George Rush St-Pierre Artwork Photo Gallery
Rush
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RUSH


This drawing was inspired by UFC welterweight champion, Georges "Rush" St-Pierre. The images depict some of his most important fights, including a win over Matt Hughes on road back to the title at UFC 79, reclaiming his title as undisputed UFC Welterwight Champion from Matt Serra at UFC 83, and successfully defending his title against B.J. Penn at UFC 94 and Josh Koscheck at UFC 124. GSP is ranked as the No. 1 Welterweight in the world according to Sherdog and numerous other publications. He is ranked the No. 2 pound for pound fighter by ESPN sports, Yahoo! Sports and Sherdog. In 2008, 2009, and 2010, St-Pierre was named the Canadian Athlete of the Year by Rogers Sportsnet.

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 546 to commemorate GSP's debut at UFC 46.

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Jeremy Bresciani's The Golden Goal Artwork Gallery
The Golden Goal
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The Golden Goal
The Golden Goal
The Golden Goal
The Golden Goal
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THE GOLDEN GOAL


In typical hockey art, the artist will blur the crowd into the background, making the players the focus of the piece. I wanted to show that Canadian fans were a HUGE part of this team and its success!!! I also wanted to make the piece one that the viewer could come back to day after day and always find something new and intriguing. There are 276 fans in this scene and every one of them is unique and has a detailed expression, both in their face and body language.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 2010
to commemorate the year of The Golden Goal (2010 Olympic Games)

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Jeremy Bresciani's Hockey Mountain Memories Artwork Gallery
Hockey Mountain Memories
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HOCKEY MOUNTAIN MEMORIES


This drawing highlights two hockey nets in red on a small pond rink set against a snowy peaked mountain backdrop. To me it represents the sport of hockey in its ideal setting. To you, it may represent some memories of playing hockey on a pond just like this, nestled in a mountain setting. To others it may conjure up Canadian imagery, or remind them of a popular brand of beer. No matter what it represents to you, I hope it brings a smile to your face today. The original size Limited Ediition prints are each individually signed and numbered out of 799 (representing the year 1799 in which the term "hockey" was first offically recorded in writing. These are also available in smaller 12" x 15" Limited Edition prints individually signed and numbered out of 1799.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 1799.

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Jeremy Bresciani's Field of Dreams Artwork Photo Gallery
FIELD OF DREAMS
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FIELD OF DREAMS


This piece captures the dream of every young baseball player to one day play in the Majors and combines this feeling with a surreal, magical field hidden in a vast cornfield. These original sized 16" x 24" Limited Edition prints will be individually signed and numbered out of only 500 while the small 11" x 16" will be individually signed and numbered out of 1869 to commemorate the founding year of Major League baseball in the United States.

11"x16" LIMITED EDITION PRINT

Individually signed and numbered out of 1869
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RESERVE YOUR SPOT IN THE 13th MAN ARTWORK NOW!
As of June 17, 2014 there are only 164 spots left!

THE 13TH MAN PROJECT

Be one of the lucky 313 fans I draw in my new artwork, a collector's item commemorating The Saskatchewan Roughriders' 2013 Grey Cup Championship!


RESERVE YOUR SPOT IN THE 13th MAN ARTWORK NOW!
As of June 17, 2014 there are only 164 spots left!

Where else can you get a Limited Edition collector's item commemorating the Riders championship victory AND BE IN the artwork YOURSELF! My similar Limited Edition prints retail for $99-$149 (whether you are in the artwork or not) and a commissioned portrait drawing is worth $599 BUT through this project you get both for only the cost of the Limited Edition print!

Saskatchewan fans have long been known as hardcore and this piece pays homage to them as their contribution to the Grey Cup Championship of 2013 was nothing short of incredible! 313 seemed an appropriate number to provide an ample sampling of fans celebrating in the Mosaic Stadium stands behind some of the most memorable moments of the 2013 championship game!

After you reserve your spot in the artwork, please send me as many photos of yourself as you'd like me to consider when drawing you in the artwork jeremy@jeremybresciani.com. It can be a photo from the Grey Cup, any other game or simply shot inside your house. The background in the photo does not matter. I will be drawing you, with other fans behind you so the background of your photo will not be used. Cheering photos are better than non-cheering photos, but at the very least, you must be smiling! =) Wear your Rider gear and SHOW YOUR RIDER PRIDE!!!!


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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 2013 to celebrate
The Saskatchewan Roughriders' 2013 Grey Cup Championship.

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 2013 to celebrate
The Saskatchewan Roughriders' 2013 Grey Cup Championship.


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Jeremy Bresciani's THE KICK Saskatchewan Roughriders Grey Cup Artwork Photo Gallery
C of Red.</b><br>Completed April 17, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the history of the Calgary Flames and its strong fanbase.  The piece emphasizes the C of Red tradition as fans walk to the Scotiabank Saddledome, all wearing red jerseys representative of some fo the most influential players in Flames' history.  Ghosted in the sky above the arena are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Flames'fans throughout their proud history with emphasis on their magical Stanley Cup run in 1989.  From left to right: Mike Vernon, Joe Nieuwendyk, Lanny McDonald, Theoren Fleury, Al MacInnis, Miika Kiprussoff and Jarome Iginla.  Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as Joe Mullen, Doug Risebrough, Gary Roberts, Kent Nilsson, Guy Chouinard, Tim Hunter, Gary Suter, Jim Peplinski, Craig Conroy, Robert Reichel, Robin Regeh, Paul Ranheim, Joel Otto, Sergei Makarov, Paul Reinhart, Martin Gelinas, Hakan Loob, Olli Jokinen, Doug Gilmour, Alex Tanguay and Mike Cammalleri.</b><br>Completed April 17, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the history of the Calgary Flames and its strong fanbase.  The piece emphasizes the C of Red tradition as fans walk to the Scotiabank Saddledome, all wearing red jerseys representative of some fo the most influential players in Flames' history.  Ghosted in the sky above the arena are seven of the many great players that have captured the hearts of Flames'fans throughout their proud history with emphasis on their magical Stanley Cup run in 1989.  From left to right: Mike Vernon, Joe Nieuwendyk, Lanny McDonald, Theoren Fleury, Al MacInnis, Miika Kiprussoff and Jarome Iginla.  Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to these players as well as Joe Mullen, Doug Risebrough, Gary Roberts, Kent Nilsson, Guy Chouinard, Tim Hunter, Gary Suter, Jim Peplinski, Craig Conroy, Robert Reichel, Robin Regeh, Paul Ranheim, Joel Otto, Sergei Makarov, Paul Reinhart, Martin Gelinas, Hakan Loob, Olli Jokinen, Doug Gilmour, Alex Tanguay and Mike Cammalleri.
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THE KICK - The Legend Lives On
THE KICK - The Legend Lives On
THE KICK - The Legend Lives On
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THE KICK - The Legend Lives On


This drawing captures (arguably) the greatest moment in the history of the Saskatchewan Roughriders! In the foreground Dave Ridgway is shown in three stages of kicking the Grey Cup winning field goal in 1989. Behind him, 500 real fans capture the emotion that engulfed Rider Nation before, during and after the kick. Fans on the left are anxiously awaiting the kick, watching Dave and smiling nervously. Some shout words of encouragement to Robokicker as he prepares mentally for the kick. The pressure he felt at the moment must have been tremendous! As you pan left, fan faces show excitement as he follows through with the kick, then watch it as it sours towards the uprights and finally break into jubilation and celebration on the right.

This is my most detailed piece to date. With over 953 hours invested it is truly the "Pride" of my collection.

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 989 to celebrate THE KICK winning the Riders second Grey Cup in 1989.

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Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 1989 to celebrate THE KICK winning the Riders second Grey Cup in 1989

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24"X30" DAVE RIDGWAY AND GLEN SUITOR
AUTOGRAPHED ARTIST PROOF!

Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 89 to celebrate THE KICK winning the Riders second Grey Cup in 1989. Each of these 89 prints is individually signed by Glen Suitor and Dave Ridgway, making them a very rare collector's item!

24" x 30" AUTOGRAPHED ARTIST PROOF:
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Jeremy Bresciani's Three Generations of Pride Artwork Gallery
Three Generations of Pride
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THREE GENERATIONS OF PRIDE


This drawing captures the essence of Rider Nation and what it means to have Rider Pride. The scene represents the three years the Saskatchewan Roughriders won the Grey Cup; 1966, 1989 and 2007. The green fans represent the three generations of fans that have experienced those Grey Cups. The Pros above are Lancaster and Reed (1966), Ridgway and Suitor (1989) and Joseph and Cates (2007), representing the most influential players in each of the Grey Cup years. Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to the most influential Rider players throughout their 100 year history. Also featured are: Gainer The Gopher, Watermelon heads, Combine heads and other assorted Roughrider fan wear.

LARGE 18"X24" ORIGINAL SIZE LIMITED EDITION PRINT

Individually signed and numbered out of 2010
to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Saskatchewan Roughriders

18"x 24" Limited Edition Print:
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12"x16" LIMITED EDITION PRINT

Individually signed and numbered out of 5000

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Jeremy Bresciani's Passing the Pride Artwork Photo Gallery
PASSING THE PRIDE
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PASSING THE PRIDE


This drawing represents the ten most notable Rider quarterbacks since their first cup appearance in 1951. Starting at the left: Glenn Dobbs, Ron Lancaster, John Hufnagel, Joe Paopao, Tom Burgess, Kent Austin, Reggie Slack, Henry Burris, Kerry Joseph and Darian Durant. The players are captured in progessive stages of a single play beginning with Dobbs taking the snap, moving through Austin as they look for an open receiver, committing to the run by Burris and finishing with a TD by Durant. Rider Green is slowly added to the image as it moves left to right. These original sized 9" x 24" Limited Edition prints are individually signed and numbered out of only 559 in respect for Kent Austin's team record for passing yards in a single game. Open Editions are also available in a smaller 6" x 16" size.

LARGE 9"X24" ORIGINAL SIZE LIMITED EDITION PRINT

Individually signed and numbered out of 559
,acknowledging Kent Austin's team record for passing yards in a single game.

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7"x16" LIMITED EDITION PRINT

Individually signed and numbered out of 5000

6" x 16" OPEN Edition Print:
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Jeremy Bresciani's George Reed Artwork Photo Gallery
C of Red.</b><br>Completed June 8, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the legendary George Reed, considered by many to be the greatest running back in CFL history.  In November, 2006, Reed was In November, 2006, Reed was voted #2 in Canadian Sports Network, TSN's list of the CFL's Top 50 players of the modern era.  Reed played his entire 13 year professional football career (1963-1975), 203 games in all, for the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders and his #34 jersey is one of eight that has been retired by the club.  By the time he retired, Reed held career records in rushing yards (16,116), rushing touchdowns (134), and touchdowns (137). Reed's rushing yards total has since been surpassed by National Football League stars Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton, and, in 2004 by CFL star Mike Pringle. Pringle tied Reed's total of 137 career touchdowns, and George Reed still holds the CFL rushing for touchdowns record with 134.  George Reed was voted the CFL's Most Outstanding Player in 1965 and in 1976 he was the inaugural winner of the Tom Pate Memorial Trophy for playing ability and community service. Between 1972 and 1981, Reed was President of the CFL Player’s Association. He was the MVP of the 54th Grey Cup of 1966, as Saskatchewan defeated Ottawa, his sole Grey Cup win.  On October 9, 1973 in Regina, Saskatchewan, George Reed was honored with the unique proclamation of October 9 as George Reed Day.  A naturalized Canadian citizen, Reed was made a Member of the Order of Canada in 1978, Canada's highest civilian honour, and in 1979 was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.</b><br>Completed June 8, 2012.<br><i>This drawing was inspired by the legendary George Reed, considered by many to be the greatest running back in CFL history.  In November, 2006, Reed was In November, 2006, Reed was voted #2 in Canadian Sports Network, TSN's list of the CFL's Top 50 players of the modern era.  Reed played his entire 13 year professional football career (1963-1975), 203 games in all, for the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders and his #34 jersey is one of eight that has been retired by the club.  By the time he retired, Reed held career records in rushing yards (16,116), rushing touchdowns (134), and touchdowns (137). Reed's rushing yards total has since been surpassed by National Football League stars Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton, and, in 2004 by CFL star Mike Pringle. Pringle tied Reed's total of 137 career touchdowns, and George Reed still holds the CFL rushing for touchdowns record with 134.  George Reed was voted the CFL's Most Outstanding Player in 1965 and in 1976 he was the inaugural winner of the Tom Pate Memorial Trophy for playing ability and community service. Between 1972 and 1981, Reed was President of the CFL Player’s Association. He was the MVP of the 54th Grey Cup of 1966, as Saskatchewan defeated Ottawa, his sole Grey Cup win.  On October 9, 1973 in Regina, Saskatchewan, George Reed was honored with the unique proclamation of October 9 as George Reed Day.  A naturalized Canadian citizen, Reed was made a Member of the Order of Canada in 1978, Canada's highest civilian honour, and in 1979 was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.</b><br>Completed June 8, 2012.
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REED


This drawing was inspired by the legendary George Reed, considered by many to be the greatest running back in CFL history. In November, 2006, Reed was voted #2 on (Canadian Sports Network) TSN's list of the CFL's Top 50 players of the modern era. Reed played his entire 13 year professional football career (1963-1975), 203 games in all, for the CFL's Saskatchewan Roughriders and his #34 jersey is one of eight that has been retired by the club. By the time he retired, Reed held career records in rushing yards (16,116), rushing touchdowns (134), and touchdowns (137). Reed's rushing yards total has since been surpassed by National Football League stars Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton, and, in 2004 by CFL star Mike Pringle. Pringle tied Reed's total of 137 career touchdowns, and George Reed still holds the CFL rushing for touchdowns record with 134. George Reed was voted the CFL's Most Outstanding Player in 1965 and in 1976 he was the inaugural winner of the Tom Pate Memorial Trophy for playing ability and community service. Between 1972 and 1981, Reed was President of the CFL Player?s Association. He was the MVP of the 54th Grey Cup of 1966, as Saskatchewan defeated Ottawa, his sole Grey Cup win. On October 9, 1973 in Regina, Saskatchewan, George Reed was honored with the unique proclamation of October 9 as George Reed Day. A naturalized Canadian citizen, Reed was made a Member of the Order of Canada in 1978, Canada's highest civilian honour, and in 1979 was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

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Individually signed and numbered out of 559
,acknowledging Kent Austin's team record for passing yards in a single game.

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Jeremy Bresciani's We Are All Canucks Artwork Photo Gallery
The Little General
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THE LITTLE GENERAL


Completed December 15, 2011.
This drawing was inspired by The LIttle General, Ron Lancaster, one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play in the Canadian Football League. In his 16 seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders (1963?1978), he led the team into the playoffs 14 consecutive times, and made it to the CFL's Western Football Conference final 12 times. During that period, Saskatchewan represented the West in the Grey Cup five times (1966, 1967, 1969, 1972, and 1976) winning The Grey Cup in 1966.

Over Lancaster's 16 seasons with the Roughriders, they won 170 games with him at quarterback, and had only one losing record (1978); Lancaster's final season as a quarterback. He was the first quarterback in CFL history to reach 50,000 career passing yards, was a finalist for the Schenley Award as most outstanding player in 1966, 1970 and 1976, (winning in 1970 and 1976), was an All-Canadian in 1970, 1973, 1975 and 1976 and a Western all-star in 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1975 and 1976. He was so dominant as a quarterback, that on the day that he died, which was 30 years after he retired from playing, he was still ranked in the top 3 in career stats in a number of categories:

  • 2nd in touchdown passes (333, surpassed only by Damon Allen) [Eight months after Lancaster's death, Anthony Calvillo moved past Lancaster into second place.]

  • 3rd in pass completions (3,384)

  • 3rd in pass attempts (6,233)

  • 3rd in yards passing (50,535)


  • In November 2006, the Canadian sports network, TSN, listed Lancaster in 7th place on their Top 50 Players of the CFL's Modern Era.

    Ron Lancaster is greatly missed. He is a CFL legend and the pinnacle of Rider Nation.

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    Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 523 to commemorate the #23 Ron Lancaster wore during his illustrious career quarterbacking the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

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    Jeremy Bresciani's Three Generations of Pride Autographed Special Edition Artwork Gallery
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    THREE Generations of Pride
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    This AUTOGRAPHED SPECIAL EDITION series of Three Generations of Pride is Limited to ONLY 100 prints! They are each signed by George Reed, Dave Ridgway and Wes Cates, one legendary player to represent each Grey Cup winning team (ALL 3 Autographs are on EVERY print). This piece captures the essence of Rider Nation and what it means to have Rider Pride. The scene represents the three years the Saskatchewan Roughriders won the Grey Cup; 1966, 1989 and 2007. The green fans represent the three generations of fans that have experienced those Grey Cups. The Pros above are Lancaster and Reed (1966), Ridgway and Suitor (1989) and Joseph and Cates (2007), representing the most influential players in each of the Grey Cup years. Fan jersey numbers pay tribute to the most influential Rider players throughout their 100 year history. Also featured are: Gainer The Gopher, Watermelon heads, Combine heads and other assorted Roughrider fan wear.

    AUTOGRAPHED SPECIAL EDITION PRINT

    Individually signed and numbered out of ONLY 100
    to commemorate the Saskatchewan Roughriders' Centennial.

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