Len Krenzler's artwork can be licensed for special requests such as advertising, book covers, box covers, calendars, magazine articles and banners. As each request is usually very different from another, each case is considered on an individual basis. Please contact us any time for more details. Pricing is very reasonable.
An example from Xoskeleton watches who ran a successful campaign with artwork from Action Art:
Len does commissions on request. As with licensing, each case is considered individually. Please contact us for a quote.
The Nanton Lancaster Air Museum commissioned this image to honor Ian Bazalgette: Click here for details.
The National Heritage Warbird Foundation commissioned an image of the Spitfire Mark IVb flown by
G.B. "Scotty" Murray. Click here for details.
Click here for an example of a very cool licensed project for hangar banners!
Click here for an example of software advertising artwork!
For information on becoming a dealer, click here!
What others are saying:
On behalf of the Nanton Lancaster Air Museum, I would like to express our appreciation for your splendid depiction of S/L Bazalgette's aircraft as he approached the end of the Victoria Cross Flight on August 4, 1944. It was most important to us that the archival information that we have obtained regarding the event, as well as the information we received recently from an eye-witness, was accurately incorporated in the depiction. It was a pleasure to work with you over the number of months that we cooperated on this project. We thank you for your patience as we discussed the innumerable details that ensured a result that we can both be very proud of. The painting will hang in the entrance lobby of our museum. It will attract the attention of tens of thousands each year and inspire them to honor and learn more about the only Albertan to be awarded the Victoria Cross during the Second World War.
Dave Dave Birrell, Director Nanton Lancaster Air Museum
Dear Mr. Krenzler,
My Dad was Mr. G. B. Scotty Murray who flew Marion, Spitfire BL628. I would like to thank you for your vision of Marion and your photo-realism of a documented event that occurred one day in 1942, off the coast of France.
The Picture is amazing!
We are very pleased with Marion’s “war-weary” beauty and the accuracy of the plane’s details, as well as the water, the sky and the coastline. You have successfully created a top-notch piece of artwork.
Once again, thank you. I think my Dad would have been very proud.
Tell a friend about this site: