All the prices are listed along with my work but here is a rundown on what is available:

All my currently available prints are UNIQUE PIECES, not limited or open editions.
My prints are produced on high-end giclée (12 pigments) printers using either Hahnemühle Photo Rag Extra Smooth paper or Epson Art Board. Smaller prints. These have a longevity estimated between 85 and 110 years.
Smaller prints (40x30cm) are produced with a 4 color process on Daler-Rowney fine art paper (similar to watercolor paper).

My works on canvas are produced in acrylics or sometimes mixed-media (acrylic paint, acrylic inks and sometimes wax and pigment pens) on cotton canvas


My prints can be purchased framed or unframed if you are in Vienna. For price and logistic reasons I ship my prints without frames (too many chances or getting the frame damaged during the shipping)
All the prints are sent with NO SHIPPING CHARGES worldwide.
Works on canvas are subject to shipping charges depending on where you are located. Simply email me and I will get back to you with an estimate.


Until I have an online shop set up, simply send me an email with the title of the piece you are interested in and I will get back to you regarding delivery time and payment conditions.


When you buy a picture at Ikea or any similar home decoration shop you are buying something that someone has put on the market as a mass-produced commodity. When you buy art from an artist, you create an emotional bond between you, the work and the artist. Guess which one brings you a higher emotional value and which one will become part of your life...
Although you should buy a work that you like and are willing to look at and enjoy for years, keep in mind that an original work of art from a real reputable artist is more likely to maintain and even increase its value. This is hardly the case with mass-produced images.