THIS ISSUE CONTENTS: Volume 8 No 1 April 2017


Our regular feature presents a broad and eclectic mix of art and art related stories. Brief coverage of events, artists and their activities as well as personalities from the automotive art world...

Detours »


Publisher Jay Koka comments on personalities, events and automotive themed art in general. He sets the stage for the current issue in his regular column.

Underpainting »

Sandrine Blondel

"There is beauty in the often ignored subjects of the world," says Sandrine Blondel "I deliberately present these engines as rugged, beating hearts of the car..."

Blondel »

Dan McCrary

Dan McCray is a right-brained guy. The two careers in his life, that of musician and artist, both originate from the same creative side of his noggin...

McCrary »


"I am an artist and a painting teacher." says Osman, "I was born and raised in Turkey and have been drawing and painting for a long time... mostly, I am interested about cars. All kinds of cars..."

Osman »

Van & Fitz

Wallace Wyss takes a look at the work of the dynamic advertising duo of Van Kaufman and Art Fitzpatrick. Their artwork set standards and "stretched" some in the 60's and early 70's...

Van & Fitz »

Peter Hearsey

Peter Hearsey felt it was time to stand back and take stock. He indulged a love of vintage boats by going sailing for a week on a 30foot gaff sloop on the Norfolk Broads in the east of England...

Hearsey »

Collector Studio

Morry Barmak started the business called Collector Studio in midtown Toronto twenty-five and a half years ago. Wallace Wyss, a frequent contributor interviewed him by e-mail...

Collector Studio »

About the Society

Learn about what may arguably the most influential group of automotive themed artists at work today. Includes current membership list.

About AFAS »


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