NHL Hockey art by Jeremy Bresciani

Jeremy was born in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1974. At the age of 12 his family moved to Sherwood Park, Alberta.  He now resides in Abbotsford B.C. 

Jeremy is a self taught artist. He started drawing at nine when he was gifted a "Learn to Draw" book by his parents. He played hockey when he was growing up.  While studying at the University of Alberta, he discovered sports like rock climbing, sky diving, inline boarding and surfing.  This lead to a love of the outdoors and travelling. In 1999, he started an adventure sports/ sporting goods distribution company pioneering new sports. 

In 2008, he was inspired to pursue a career in art. 

His NHL Game Day Series has become a customer favorite.  His attention to detail has created realistic portrayals of NHL teams that capture the feeling of the fans walking into the arenas of their favorite hockey teams.  

Edmonton Oilers "The Sky's the Limit in Oil Country" by Jeremy Bresciani

This fantastic drawing captures the excitement of the rich history of the Oilers featuring the images of Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, Coffey and Fuhr on the top left of the drawing hoisting the Oilers 5 Stanley Cups.  This print comes in 3 framed sizes and is a must have for Oiler die hard fans! 

Jeremy has drawn 5 other Canadian teams:

Calgary Flames, Montreal Habs, Toronto Leafs, Winnipeg Jets, and the Vancouver Canucks.


Boston Bruins "Big Bad Bruins" by Jeremy Bresciani

On of the orginial Big Six teams the scrappy Boston Bruins.  Still one of the most polarizing teams to date. You love them or you hate them.  The amazing detail in this drawing features the old Boston Gardens on the left and the new TD Garden on the right.  Across the top are 11 of the greatest Boston players every.  Perhaps the greatest player ever is Bobby Orr soaring across the middle of the arena. If you are a Boston fan or a Bobby Orr fan you will be mesmerized by the detail in the image. Available in 3 framed sizes. 

Jeremy has drawn 4 other U.S teams:

Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Philadelphia Flyers, and the Pittsburgh Penguins.