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For over 30 years, George has been a sought after artist in multiple mediums such as canvas, sculpture, world-renowned pinstriping, airbrush and cartoon art. Collected worldwide, he has produced an endless number of images for clients and collectors, and also graces some of the most iconic cars and custom motorcycles around.

George produces exclusive canvas images that reflect his firsthand knowledge and love of the subject matter, often rich with personal contacts and experiences. These stunning images are available as originals and in limited editions on canvas.

George returned to his mother's native France in the late spring of 2011. Roaming the streets and galleries of San Tropez, and traveling the winding winery roads bordered by the Mediterranean, it was very close to home. Asked to be the special sponsored artist guest of Harley Davidson France at Eurofestival 2011, George was honored, and is returning to Europe and France at the invitation of collectors and enthusiasts in 2012.

A good friend with Evel Knievel, and his exclusive artist since the early 70's, he created the images on the bikes and helmets for most of Evel's greatest jumps and events. As young man in his early twenties, he was introduced to America's colorful cast of characters. Unknowingly insulting the champion of the world Muhammad Ali - with an amused Evel nearby, or hanging alone privately backstage with Cat Stevens, all proved great preparation for his future career working with the famous, and collectors of all walks.

Sedlak's art and work is in private collections on four continents, and are owned and appreciated by a number of celebrities including Jay Leno, Frank Gifford, and master bike builders- American Paul Cox and Europe's Fred Krugger. He is also on display in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC / Madame Tussaud's Wax Museum Las Vegas / Harley-Davidson Museum Milwaukee.