Sports Art

Featured in this gallery is my collection of limited and open edition sports art digital paintings. Here you will find your favorite past and present professional athletes and legendary superstars of baseball, basketball, boxing, football and other notable sports. The sports art I have created has become very popular and is exhibited in corporate offices, fitness clubs, sports bars and even in the private collections of professional athletes. I welcome the opportunity to donate my sports artwork to charitable organizations involved with professional athletes and sports marketing firms.

Scroll down the page and click the colorful thumbnail digital paintings below in order to see the enlarged original version. You have the option of viewing the fine art as the print itself or the entire portfolio slideshow. The digital paintings are available as giclee prints, giclee mounted prints and giclee canvas wrap.

  

Roberto Clemente - "The Great One"

50 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Giclee Canvas Wraps

150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Roberto Clemente was a Puerto-Rican MLB right fielder who played his entire eighteen season career with the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1955-72. Clemente is regarded as one of the greatest baseball players of all-time and he had an illustrious career. He won two World Series championships with the Pirates in 1960 and 1971 and was awarded World Series MVP in ’71. Clemente was on the NL All-Star team 15x, received 12 Gold Glove Awards, awarded NL MVP in 1966 and became a member of the 3,000th hit club in his last game. Off the field, Roberto was involved in charity work in Puerto Rico and throughout Latin America often delivering baseball equipment and food to those in need. Clemente died on December 31, 1972 in an aviation accident while delivering aid to earthquake ravaged victims in Nicaragua, his body was never found. Clemente was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame posthumously in 1973 becoming the first Latin American selected and the only Hall of Fame member whose mandatory five-year waiting period has been waived. His #21 was honorably retired by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1973. In that same year, he was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal and the Presidential Citizens Medal. To this day, he is loved and admired by many in Latin America and Pittsburgh for who he was as a baseball player and as a humanitarian.

Roberto Clemente - "The Great One"
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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"Andrew McCutchen 2014 All Star"

22 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Featured in this illustration is All Star center fielder, Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Once again, McCutchen will make his fourth consecutive appearance at this year's MLB All Star Game which will take place on July 15th at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This is an extremely low signed and numbered limited edition of only #22 prints and would make for a great collector's item to add to your game room. Each limited edition print is matted and mounted into either a raven black or black & gold mat. This limited edition print will be available only until July 16, 2014. Congratulations to Andrew McCutchen, Josh Harrison and Tony Watson who will be proudly representing the Pittsburgh Pirates in this year's All Star Game.

Andrew McCutchen
 
8X10 Giclee Print
$75.00
11X14 Giclee Print
$150.00

"The Cradle of Quarterbacks"

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'The Cradle of Quarterbacks’ was created to tie in with the proud football traditions of the WPIAL in western Pennsylvania. The region’s once thriving mill towns were where the ethos of football was reflected in the ethics of hard work and dedication which were passed on through the generations. Those values helped shaped the region into becoming the ‘steel capital of the world’ and had their origins on the gridiron in the Friday night lights of Fall. Featured here are six high school superstar quarterbacks who went on to have legendary careers in the NFL. The quarterbacks include Johnny Unitas, Joe Namath, Joe Montana, George Blanda, Jim Kelly and Dan Marino.

Cradle of Quarterbacks
 
8X10 Giclee Print
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8X10 Giclee Mount
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11X14 Giclee Print
$75.00
11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
$150.00

Forbes Field

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Graphite pencil illustration of another beloved Pittsburgh landmark. Forbes Field, nicknamed “The House of Thrills” was a baseball park in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh. It served as the third home of the Pittsburgh Pirates and the first home of the Steelers, as well as the University of Pittsburgh football team. The stadium was named after British general, John Forbes who fought in the French & Indian War and named the city of Pittsburgh in 1758. The Pirates won three World Series titles while at Forbes Field in 1909, 1925 and 1960. In 1921, it was the first live radio broadcast of a MLB game in the United States. Forbes Field was the location of one of the greatest moments in sports history. In the final game of the 1960 Word Series, Bill Mazeroski earned immortal fame by hammering a dramatic game winning walk-off home run over the left field wall in the bottom of the ninth inning against the New York Yankees. My dad enjoyed going to this ballpark with his father and brothers in the 50′s and 60′s to see their childhood heroes like Clemente and Maz.

Forbes Field
 
8X10 Giclee Print
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8X10 Giclee Mount
$90.00
11X14 Giclee Print
$75.00
11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Joe Montana

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Joe Montana, nicknamed ‘Joe Cool’ was a 4x Super Bowl winning quarterback for the San Francisco 49′ers. Montana grew up in the Steel Valley town of Monongahela, Pennsylvania. Montana became a member of the NFL’s 75th Anniversary All-Time Team and the 1980′s All-Decade Team. He was elected into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2000.

Joe Montana
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Muhammad Ali - "The People's Champion"

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Muhammad Ali was an American professional boxer formerly known as Cassius Clay out of Louisville, Kentucky. Nicknamed ‘The Greatest’, he is often considered by many as one of the great cultural icons of the 20th century. He was originally named Cassius Clay until he changed his name to Muhammad Ali after joining the Nation of Islam in 1964. Ali was involved in several historic boxing matches and went on to become the first and only 3x linear world heavyweight champion. At the age of eighteen, Ali won the gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Rome, Italy. During his professional boxing career, Ali fought in sixty-one boxing matches with fifty-six wins, thirty-seven which were the result of knockouts to his opponents. In 1999, Ali was crowned Sportsman of the Century by Sports Illustrated. Since his retirement, Muhammad Ali has devoted himself to humanitarian endeavors around the world and in 2005 was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Muhammad Ali - "The People's Champion"
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Dale Earnhardt, Sr. - "The Intimidator"

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Dale Earnhardt was an American NASCAR race car driver best known for his involvement in stock car racing. He is considered one of the best NASCAR drivers of all time. He won seventy-six races throughout his career and earned seven championships which tied him with Richard Petty. His aggressive driving style initiated fear in fellow drivers thus earning him the nickname “The Intimidator”. On February 18, 2001, it was at the Daytona International Speedway where Earnhardt lost his life on the final lap of the Daytona 500.

Dale Earnhardt, Sr. - "The Intimidator"
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Jesse Owens - "The Buckeye Bullett"

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Jesse Owens, known as ‘The Buckeye Bullet’ was an African-American track & field athlete and one of the greatest sports icons of the 20th century. Owens achieved international fame the world over by winning four gold medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, Germany. He became the most successful athlete of the Olympics that year and inspired many people. His victories were even more poignant because Adolf Hitler had intended the Olympics in Berlin to showcase his Aryan ideals and prowess. Jesse Owens was garnered with awards and accolades throughout his lifetime including the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1976 and the Congressional Gold Medal in 1990. I portrayed Owens in this colorful digital illustration wearing his USA jersey with the Brandenburg Gate in the background which is a notable landmark in Berlin.

Jesse Owens - "The Buckeye Bullet"
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Green Bay Packers - "Quarterbacks of Titletown"

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Just as Yankee Stadium is known as the ‘Cathedral of Baseball’ the same can be shared for what Lambeau Field is to football. Lambeau Field is the home of the NFL Green Bay Packers and opened its gates in 1957. The field was named for long-time head coach, Curly Lambeau of the Packers. It was the first modern stadium built for an NFL franchise. Before that, all NFL teams shared their playing location with their city’s MLB team or at a pre-existing shared facility. This illustration features the famous Lambeau Field with the Green Bay Packers three legendary quarterbacks, Brett Favre, Bart Starr & the up and coming superstar, Aaron Rodgers.

Green Bay Packers - "Quarterbacks of Titletown"
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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"Winning Isn't Everything!"

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I created this painting as a reflection of my father & I and a tribute to fathers and sons in sports. It’s the early lessons & teachings in sports that stick with us that can be applied throughout our growing lives. That message is that ‘winning isn’t everything’, be the best you can be & give it your all, that’s all anyone can ask of you. This painting makes a great Father's Day gift!

Winning Isn't Everything!
 
8X10 Giclee Print
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8X10 Giclee Mount
$90.00
11X14 Giclee Print
$75.00
11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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"Lessons of the First Hunt"

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"Lessons of the First Hunt"
 
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16X20 Giclee Print
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Joltin' Joe DiMaggio

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Joe DiMaggio, nicknamed “Joltin’ Joe” & “The Yankee Clipper” was one of the greatest baseball players in Major League Baseball history. DiMaggio was a MLB center fielder who spent his entire thirteen year career with the New York Yankees. During his career with the Yankees they won ten American League pennants and nine World Series championships and DiMaggio was selected a 3x MVP. DiMaggio is best known for his 56-game hitting streak in the early Summer, 1941 (record which still stands and likely will never be broken). He is among seventeen New York Yankees baseball players to have his number (#5) retired, which occurred on April 18, 1952. DiMaggio was elected to the MLB All-Century Team and into the MLB Hall of Fame in 1955. For this illustration I used a newspaper print filter to get it to resemble the old baseball uniforms of the Golden Age of baseball.

Joltin' Joe DiMaggio
 
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16X20 Giclee Print
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Pittsburgh Sports Broadcasting Legends

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Featured here is a painting I created honoring three of Pittsburgh’s sports cultural icons. Here in my hometown of Pittsburgh, we are a huge sports town. Win or lose, we love our Steelers, Penguins & Pirates. It’s the only city where all three professional sports teams share the same uniform colors, thus giving meaning to “We Are Family!” Pittsburgh is one of, if not the only city with a museum dedicated solely to its sports history. We have witnessed some indelible sports memories in the ‘Steel City’ and the greatest legends of baseball, football & hockey. These three broadcasting legends, with their colorful catchphrases & stories were and have been enthralling fans of the black & gold, both young & old for generations. The broadcasting legends from left to right feature the late Bob Prince & Myron Cope & the Penguins current radio broadcaster, Mike Lange. Bob Prince, known as “The Gunner” was the voice of the Pirates from 1948-75. Myron Cope was the nucleus of the Pittsburgh Steelers & beloved by fans. He served as the voice of the Steelers from 1970-2005 and invented the idea for the Terrible Towel. It is the best known fan symbol in any major pro sports organization. Mike Lange served as the Penguins play-by-play announcer from 1975-2006.

Pittsburgh Sports Broadcasting Legends
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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"Hoop Dreams"

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Aside from football, basketball was and still is one of my favorite sports. This painting is titled “Hoop Dreams” and features the three basketball stars I grew up with and emulated. I was a big fan of the Boston Celtics with the likes of Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, Dennis Johnson, Danny Ainge & Robert Parish. During the 80′s there was an intense NBA rivalry between the Celtics & Lakers with each organization winning multiple championships. Then of course there was Michael ‘Air’ Jordan and everyone wanted to be like Mike with his signature moves and enthralling slam dunks.

"Hoop Dreams"
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Andrew McCutchen - "Anatomy of a Swing"

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Andrew McCutchen, who is nicknamed "Cutch" is an American center fielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates. McCutchen was drafted from the University of Florida in the first round of the 2005 MLB draft and in 2009 made his debut with the team. He has established himself as one of baseball's shining stars and as of the 2013 baseball season is a 3X All-Star. He has also won two Silver Slugger Awards, Gold Glove Award and in 2012 and 2013 was the NL Most Outstanding Player.

Andrew McCutchen - Anatomy of a Swing
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
$125.00
16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Willie Stargell

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Willie Stargell, nicknamed “Pops” was a baseball player who played his entire 21-year MLB career as a left fielder and first baseman with the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1962-82. He was beloved in Pittsburgh for his style of play and for crushing monstrous home runs. During his career he helped his team win six NL East division titles, two NL pennants and two World Series championships. In 1982, Stargell’s #8 was retired by the Pirates and in 1988 he was inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame. Coincidentally, Stargell died on April 9, 2001 which was the day of the first game played at PNC Park. A larger-than-life statue of him was unveiled as part of the opening day ceremonies on that day.

Willie Stargell
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Willie Mays - "The Say Hey Kid"

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Willie Mays, nicknamed the “Say Hey Kid” was a MLB player who spent the majority of his career as a center fielder with the New York and San Francisco Giants, before retiring with the New York Mets. During his legendary career, he garnered 24 All-Star appearances, two MVP awards and won a record-tying twelve Gold Gloves. Mays ended his career with 660 home runs and presently ranks fourth all-time. In 1972, his #24 was retired by the San Francisco Giants and in 1979 he was enshrined into the MLB Hall of Fame.

Willie Mays - The Say Hey Kid
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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Lou Gehrig - "The Iron Horse"

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Lou Gehrig was a MLB player who played seventeen seasons with the New York Yankees from 1923-39 and is regarded as the greatest first baseman of all-time. He was remembered for his prowess as a hitter and durability earning him the nickname, “The Iron Horse”. Gehrig set several MLB records, including the most career grand slams (23) which Alex Rodriguez tied him with in 2012. For several decades, he held the record for most consecutive games played (2,130) which has since been surpassed by Cal Ripken, Jr. During his legendary career, Gehrig won six World Series championships with the New York Yankees and was a 2X American League MVP. He is a member of both the MLB All-Century Team and the MLB All-Time Team. In 1939, he became the first player in MLB history to have his jersey (#4) retired and in that same year he was inducted into the MLB Hall of Fame.At the age of thirty-six, Lou Gehrig was stricken with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) which has come to be known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. The New York Yankees declared July 4, 1939 as Lou Gehrig Appreciation Day at Yankee Stadium. Dignitaries and former players extolled the dying slugger in a colorful and dramatic ceremony befitting for one of baseball’s all-time greats. It was during this ceremony that Gehrig addressed the crowd with his emotional “luckiest man on the face of the Earth” speech.

Lou Gehrig - The Iron Horse
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Babe Ruth - "The Sultan of Swat"

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Babe Ruth was an American baseball player who spent twenty-two seasons in MLB, most famously with the New York Yankees. Known for his brilliance, Ruth set career records in his time for home runs, runs batted in and on-base plus slugging percentage. He entered the major leagues with the Boston Red Sox as a starting pitcher, but converted to a right fielder when he was sold to the New York Yankees. Ruth became one of the league’s most prolific hitters and helped the Yankees win seven pennants and four World Series titles. He retired in 1935 after a short stint with the Boston Braves. The following year, Ruth became one of the first five players elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame along with Ty Cobb, Honus Wagner, Christy Mathewson and Walter Johnson. He is a member of MLB’s All-Century Team and All-Time Team. In June, 1948, Ruth’s #3 jersey was retired by the New York Yankees. Babe Ruth passed away on August 16, 1948 as thousands of New Yorkers including many children and former players stood vigil outside Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Before his burial, Ruth’s casket was taken to Yankee Stadium in “The House that Ruth Built” where for two days tens of thousands of mourners paid their final tribute to the baseball legend.

Babe Ruth - "The Sultan of Swat"
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Sidney Crosby

50 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Giclee Canvas Wraps

150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Sidney Crosby is a Canadian professional hockey player and captain for the Pittsburgh Penguins. Crosby was drafted in the first round overall from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League by the Penguins and is regarded as one of the world's greatest hockey players. He has been awarded with some of hockey's most prestigious awards. He became the youngest captain in NHL history to win the Stanley Cup when the Pittsburgh Penguins defeated the Detroit Redwings in the 2009 Stanley Cup Finals.

Sidney Crosby
 
11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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16X20 Giclee Print
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Honus Wagner - "The Flying Dutchman"

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

Honus Wagner, nicknamed "The Flying Dutchman" due to his superb speed and German heritage was born to German immigrants in the borough of Carnegie, Pennsylvania near Pittsburgh. Wagner was a MLB player who played almost entirely with the Pirates from 1897-1917. He is regarded as one of the legends from the dead-ball era and the greatest shortstop in MLB history. He won eight batting titles, which ties him for the most in NL history with Tony Gwynn and in 1909 claimed the first World Series title for the Pittsburg Pirates. (at the time, Pittsburgh dropped the h on its name). In 1936, Wagner was elected to the MLB Hall of Fame as one of the first five members which also included Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Christy Mathewson & Walter Johnson. He is an honorary member of the MLB All-Century Team & All-Time Team.After his playing days, Wagner continued his career serving as a coach and hitting instructor for the Pirates between 1939-52. On April 30, 1955, a life size statue of the baseball great created by Frank Vittor, a Pittsburgh sculptor was dedicated at Forbes Field. The statue has since been relocated twice when the Pirates played at Three Rivers Stadium and now stands outside the entrance to PNC Park. In 1956, the Pittsburgh Pirates honorably retired his #33. Wagner ran a well-known sporting goods company bearing his name which operated in downtown Pittsburgh for ninety-three years before closing in 2011. He is the featured player of one of the rarest and most valuable baseball cards in the world which recently sold at auction for $2.1 million. Wagner devoted his life to the Pittsburgh Pirates and lived the remainder of his life in the "Steel City" and is buried at Jefferson Memorial Cemetery in the South Hills of Pittsburgh.

Honus Wagner - "The Flying Dutchman"
 
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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Raise the Jolly Roger!

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150 Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

The Pittsburgh Pirates of the 2013 season electrified the city of Pittsburgh and all of baseball. They finally broke twenty straight losing seasons and brought together a city and its fans. I wanted to create a painting that captured a year in baseball that many fans will soon never forget. I thought it would be so cool if the Pirates would have a pirates ship docked outside of PNC Park on the Allegheny River. The Pirate Parrot, who is one of the most loved mascots in all of sports is seen on the bow of the ship waving the jolly roger after yet another climactic win. It seemed this team always found some way to win and someone was always stepping up to the plate night after night to be that game's hero. The sharks jumping out of the water represent the Pirates pitching crew which came to be known as the "Shark Tank". The title for the painting comes from play-by-play announcer, Greg Brown and his signature call "Raise the Jolly Roger!" which is announced after each Pirates victory.

"Raise the Jolly Roger!"
 
8X10 Giclee Print
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8X10 Giclee Mount
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11X14 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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PNC Park - "Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates"

Open Edition Color Archival Giclee Prints

PNC Park is a baseball park located on the North Shore in the city of Pittsburgh and is home to the Pittsburgh Pirates. It is the fifth home of the Pirates and opened at the start of the 2001 MLB season. It is often regarded as one of the most beautiful ballparks in the country.

PNC Park - "Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates"
 
8X10 Giclee Print
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11X14 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Print
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16X20 Giclee Canvas Wrap
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