These paintings are been made of the finest materials; gold, silver, diamonds and copper, or one of a kind pure pigments from Italian marvel, and other precious stones like Lapis Lazuli, creating great Ultramarines and other vivid colors. The collaged details are handmade and are sourced from a variety of antique shops and auction houses around the globe, making them impossible to replicate. Each piece is created with the utmost devotion, encompassing a tremendous amount of financing, time, and other resources to obtain the rare and unique materials utilized.

Bornacelli specially orders the rare materials and pigments. In many cases, Bornacelli must travel to exotic places to find the right pigments and materials in order to fulfill his vision of creating one-of-a-kind pieces of art. The care that goes into growing rare flowers and sourcing rare butterfly wings to be used in pieces created with couturier techniques mean that only four pieces can be produced per year due to the complexity and amount of time invested in each piece. This makes The Masters collection wholly unique. The Masters Collection is of museum standard, so each piece is therefore framed to museum quality expectations.

All pieces in The Masters collection are created in Japan.

All pieces within in The Masters collection come with an appraisal value letter and certificates with TokyoArtGroup company seals. All documents are protected with state-of-the-art security seals to avoid any false duplicates. Only 33 extreme limited-edition prints will be made for each master.

Despite his success over the past 30 years, Bornacelli has been gradually developing The Masters Collection, a new vision for his artwork. He has been working, to develop new, innovative techniques that require extreme skill and patience. Their perfectionist natures ensure that each artwork is perfectly refined before this new vision can be shared with the world. Each painting will be revealed in time, and Bursatil Bank is currently using these pieces as part of its financial portfolio. This demonstrates how extremely valuable they are. The Masters collection signifies the beginning of a new era in Bornacelli’s work.