Browse our gallery of Banovich limited edition giclée canvases and Wild Accents Collection. Nothing compares to the quality craftsmanship and rich aesthetic of Banovich Wild Accents, combining the impressiveness of a work of art with functional design. A percent of sales of all artwork and Wild Accents benefits the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation.
Limited Edition Giclées
Giclée is an elegant, state-of-the-art method of reproduction which provides a vibrant color rendition of an original painting. Resulting from the marriage of art and modern technology, giclée canvases faithfully reflect the vibrant color, rich detail and texture of the original oil painting.
Italian Marble Coasters
Hand printed John Banovich images on Italian tumbled-marble tiles. Each tile is quarried, cut and tumbled in Europe from the highest quality marble to create an old-world aesthetic.
Queen Lace Crystal Collection
Elevate your table with the refined elegance of Banovich and Queen Lace Crystal. These hand blown, hand engraved, limited edition heirloom pieces are each one of a kind, featuring hand engraved images inspired by the timeless works of John Banovich. “We recently added some Banovich crystal to our growing collection. The Banovich/Queen Lace Serengeti Collection is absolutely beautiful. We are proud to display the distinctive decanter and glasses depicting the Big Five, as well as two vases. The detail is amazing and the intricate scenes take you back to Africa every time you look at them. We are honored to own and display them in our home.” - Martee and Bennie Rush
Banovich Art also offers vibrant open edition prints on 120# Sterling Glass Cover, personally signed by the artist.
Limited Edition Wine
Through a shared passion for conservation of wildlife, NASCAR legend Richard Childress and artist John Banovich have teamed together to create "The Big Five" vintage. This is a limited edition vintage celebrating Africa`s big five dangerous game. A percent of the proceeds support a variety of important conservation efforts engaged in scientific research, habitat preservation and community development. SOLD OUT
Stefan Savides Sculpture
Banovich Art represents the multi-talented artist, Stefan Savides. Stefan’s life is all about birds. He has never worked a day that he was not recreating birds in one form or another. While taxidermy, a profession in which he has worked his way to the top, earning international acclaim, has been a mainstay for most of his adult life, this multitalented artist, from a young age, has painted, carved and sculpted birds from around the world. Sculpting in bronze is a natural progression from Savides’ taxidermy, as it provides a lasting expression of his knowledge of avian anatomy and design. Years of intense study, coupled with flair for simplistic design equates to renderings that capture the essence of his subjects in elegant works of art. Stefan’s exquisite work is without the distraction of overbearing detail, brought to life by the hands of a master sculptor. Stefan is truly a multitalented artist who has proven himself in a variety of mediums.
Mick Doellinger Sculpture
The work of sculptor Mick Doellinger gives life to the animal kingdom, providing audiences a glimpse of an animal’s behavior from the whimsical antics of a donkey to the intense quivering of a dog on point. One not only comprehends a sense of the emotion in that animal, but also can appreciate the balance between the technical anatomy and the loose texture for which Mick’s work is so well known. Doellinger has lived in the United States since 2003, but grew up in Australia where he gained many of the skills he uses today in his artwork. He started sculpting taxidermy manikins in the late 1970’s and gained international industry recognition for physical accuracy and unique artistry. Doellinger integrates this working knowledge of anatomy and sculpting with a deep understanding of animal behavior and psychology that he gleaned from years of guiding and wildlife management in the Australian outback. The work of Mick Doellinger communicates his fascinations with nature and art by harmonizing the two in a tradition that has inspired countless artists throughout the centuries. For the past 30 years Mick has honed his sculpting technique and developed a style that has not only become his “voice,” but is a reflection of his artistic process.