Jed Malitz V2 Gallery in New Orleans, LA is now representing Leonard for his jazz dragon series.
Imaginary Worlds at the Fresno Art Museum closed August 28, 2016! The exhibition included four works by Leonard Filgate, plus the work of five other amazing artists (including the image pictured above left by Bruno Pegoretti.)
Click the logo below to learn more about this and other exhibitions at FAM:
Leonard created a painted dragon cello called Dragon Scales for the Youth Orchestras of Fresno. It was auctioned off at the Painted Table to raise money to support this fabulous organization that mentors young musicians.
The dragon cello was auctioned off in May 2014 for $2500, all proceeds going to YOOF.
English and Spanish editions of our Alphabet Book now available on Amazon!
See Leonard's "Other Illustrations" portfolio to see some sample letters.
Available soon as digital downloads for iPad.
Coming Soon. . .
You might wonder how two children living in Nevada with their paleontologist grandfather and his odd and quirky Maori assistant meet up with an international thug named Emil Von Schlep on a mysterious island near the frigid Arctic? And who are the Pixquiks and what is their secret that the evil Von Schlep desperately wants and the children want to help protect? You will learn this and more with the publication of this novel for middle readers/young adults, available soon.
Includes the amazing artwork of Leonard Filgate on the cover.
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Leonard partnered with Milla Vineyards by creating a label for a new release named Menagerie in 2012!
Proceeds of the sale went to the SPCA's Spay and Neuter Program.
Click Milla Vineyards above to learn how to order directly from the winery.
Check out the painted violin Leonard created for the Youth Orchestras of Fresno in 2012@
The culmination of the Fresno International Youth Orchestra (FiYO) Festival, this concert featured performances by the combined Youth Chamber Orchestra and Youth Symphony Orchestra as well as a performance by the FiYO Festival Orchestra, combining the Youth Philharmonic Orchestra and guests from around the world. Central to the program is the Shostakovich Symphony No. 11, a vast and powerful work. Music DIrector Thomas Loewenheim conducted. It was a fabulous event and Leonard's violin sold for $2100, all to support the Youth Orchestra!
Is this fun or what?
Leonard was commissioned to create a portrait of a friend's granddaughter with Rip Squeak in it— we call them "Portraits with Character"
Just e-mail him some pictures and he'll give you a quote.
Check out some of the other Book Projects by clicking the image below
(from The Missing Kingdom)