Motor Racing Artwork
Our gallery consists of Original artwork work by three renowned artists along with limited edition prints and giclees.

Nicholas Watts        Click on Nicholas Watts to go to full Nicholas Watts Limited Edition Prints and Giclee

As a young boy, the sight of an RAF squadron flying over Nicholas Watts' house sparked a passion for capturing a moment in time.  Early classroom sketches of dogfights, aerial battles, Spitfires and Hurricanes, developed into a mastery of technical art.  Nicholas Watts grew up near Brands Hatch and the experience of watching motorsport from an early age also had a profound effect on Watts.  He was soon channeling his artistic flair into his first ever car commission, a Bugatti Type 37A.  Nicholas Watts has a passionate and atmospheric style in his work.  His technical grounding and the sense of proportion and perspective that it teaches shines through within all of Nichoals Watts' pictures.

Masha        Click on Masha to go to full selection of original art work

Masha Pasichnyk is a young artist now residing in Scottsdale, Arizona.  She holds a Masters Degree in Fine Arts and Stage Design, which she received from the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in the Ukraine.  Her technique and ability to take a mechanical scene and make it almost impressionistic is quite remarkable.  Although already considered a major talent in Eastern and Western Europe, she is extremely humble about her skills.  When asked how she develops a painting, she shrugs her shoulders and says, "I just need to like the subject.  When I painted Mario Andretti and Francois Cevert, it was the eyes that spoke to me.  They both portrayed such a deep sensibility.  I just wanted to paint them."

Alfredo de la Maria        Click on Alfredo de la Maria to go to full selection of his art work

Alfredo de la Maria was born in Uruguay in 1945.  He studied art and architecture at the Bellas Artes School in Montevideo.  At 18, he served as an illustrator of politics and sporting events for a newspaper in Montevideo.  In 1961, he conducted his first exhibit of equestrian paintings in Punta del Este City.  His studies about Polo are legendary.  Additionally, his paintings of naval and aviation subjects were also much in demand.  In 1966, he left for Europe where he settled in Paris for three years.  Returning to Argentina, he took a position with an important publishing company in the city of Buenos Aires creating illustrations for the covers of many major magazines.  During this timem, he became totally involved in automotive art.  In 1989, he made the first of his may exhibits at the Buenos Aires Classic Cars Club.