PAUL ELIA STUDIO GALLERY & ONLINE STORE
1167 Cannon Street East, Hamilton, ON. L8L 2J9 (view map) •  905-296-8850  • 

Contact me to schedule an appointment to view the gallery and purchase prints. I accept cash, credit cards or debit. You can also order prints below through the online store using Paypal.

Did you know that many of the most popular pieces were specially commissioned? To commission a piece of your own contact me at paul@paulelia.ca or call 905-296-8850

All Limited Edition High Quality Archival Giclée prints are on archival Somerset Velvet 100% cotton rag paper in signed and numbered limited editions. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger version of the image and for purchase options
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All Limited Edition High Quality Archival Giclée prints are on archival Somerset Velvet 100% cotton rag paper in signed and numbered limited editions. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger version of the image and for purchase options
All Limited Edition High Quality Archival Giclée prints are on archival Somerset Velvet 100% cotton rag paper in signed and numbered limited editions. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger version of the image and for purchase options
All Limited Edition High Quality Archival Giclée prints are on archival Somerset Velvet 100% cotton rag paper in signed and numbered limited editions. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger version of the image and for purchase options
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These photo-based illustrations depict post-industrial cityscapes of Southen Ontario (including Hamilton, Toronto, Brantford, and Windsor). Entire city blocks are recreated, often highlighting the surreal contrast between the imposing industrial shells from a manufacturing history and the residential development around it.

The limited edition archival giclée prints are up to 8ft. long, allowing the viewer to literally walk down the block. Each piece is composed with dozens of photographs that are digitally stitched back together. The collected images provide a template that is digitally painted over, or “rotoscoped” for a stark illustration of a cohesive scene.

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