Rod Fuchs

Professional freelance artist Rodrick Fuchs from Edmonton, Canada, has been an increasingly popular and sought-after choice for original, custom painted artwork since emerging onto the automotive art scene in Tennessee more than 14 years ago.

In 2009, Rod and his family returned to Edmonton, where he expanded his interests and artistic skills. In addition to Custom Paintings and classic artworks on canvases, Rod started to design traditional sculptures, metal sculptures and wood-carvings.

Rod mainly focuses on fantastic motifs, such as dragons, wizards, fairies, reapers, gargoyles, and yes, unicorns. From the very beginning, his unique vision and gloomy designs garnered numerous awards, acclaim, and industry recognition.

His work is readily available and distributed internationally by various local and international retailers, for instance AutoZone, Wal-Mart and Canadian Tire in the form of decals, t-shirts, guitar straps, puzzles, beach towels, posters etc. Partnered with his wife Cherie, they have proudly achieved a lengthy and noteworthy client list that includes: MTV, CMT, Harrah’s casino in Las Vegas, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, The University of Tennessee as well as Harley Davidson Edmonton. Rod’s exposure around the world has been furthered by numerous national and international publications that have featured him and his work. Included in the list are covers for the following magazines: Easyriders, Hot Bike and the Airbrush Technique Magazine.

Instruction has also become a passion for Rod and he is proud to have conducted numerous successful seminars in multiple countries – including Norway and Denmark. From April, 29 to May, 01 2017, the multifaceted artist will participate at the International Airbrush Days in Hamburg, Germany, where he will provide interesting workshops regarding fantasy and horror motifs as well as demos about the creation of dragons, skulls and reapers.


Rod Fuchs at the International Airbrush Days 2017


In two fantastic workshops, Canadian artist Rod Fuchs will explain how you can develop fantasy and horror motifs by yourself and how to transfer detailed airbrush artworks to illustrations or Custom Paintings.


Brushing dragons
Watch how Rod Fuchs sketches dragons freehand and experience how he transforms his draft to an airbrush illustration.

Skulls and Reapers
…are Rod Fuchs’ trademark. Take a look over his shoulder while he designs his classic motifs.