Sports Art

Featured in this gallery is my collection of sports fine art paintings. Here you will find your favorite past and present professional athletes and legendary sports superstars. 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 paintings below in order to see the enlarged original version. The paintings are available as archival giclee prints and limited edition giclee canvas wraps.

Roberto Clemente – “The Great One”

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. 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. In 1973, his #21 was honorably retired by the Pittsburgh Pirates and 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 fine art painting by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$350.00
Bill Mazeroski

Bill Mazeroski, nicknamed “Maz”, is a former MLB player who spent his entire career with the Pittsburgh Pirates between 1956-72. He is regarded as the greatest defensive second baseman of all-time. Mazeroski is best known for winning the 1960 World Series with a dramatic game ending home run over the left field wall at Forbes Field. It is considered as the greatest home run in baseball history and the only home run to win a World Series game seven. Mazeroski’s #9 was retired by the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1987, followed by his enshrinement in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2001.

Bill Mazeroski fine art painting by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$350.00
Forbes Field

Featured here is a 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 fine art graphite pencil illustration by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$350.00
“Winning Isn’t Everything!”

I created this painting as a reflection of my father and I and a tribute to fathers and sons in sports. Football was and remains a part of the sports landscape growing up as a kid in western Pennsylvania. It is the early lessons and teachings in sports that remain with us that can be applied in various moments throughout our growing lives. This painting makes a great Father’s Day gift or as an inspirational and motivational fine art print.

"Winning Isn't Everything!" fine art painting by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
Andrew McCutchen

Featured here is an illustration I created of Andrew McCutchen on the night of his monumental game winning walk-off home run on July 11, 2015. The Pittsburgh Pirates were hosting the St. Louis Cardinals in a four game home stand at PNC Park and were battling to gain some vital ground in the NL Central standings before the MLB All-Star Game. The game featured a classic back-and-forth thriller between the two baseball teams. McCutchen stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the 14th inning and in storybook dramatic fashion launched a two-run-walk-off cannonball over the center field wall. It was one of the most dramatic home runs in Pittsburgh Pirates history and a great moment in Pittsburgh sports history as the Pirates beat the Cardinals 6-5. This was one of the greatest games at PNC Park and will be remembered for a long time.

Andrew McCutchen fine art painting by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$350.00
Sidney Crosby

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 fine art painting by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$350.00
Pittsburgh Penguins 50th Anniversary
Pittsburgh Penguins 50th Anniversary fine art painting by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$350.00
PNC Park – “Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates”

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 fine art painting by Pittsburgh artist, Charles Ott.
8×10 Giclee Print
$25.00
11×14 Giclee Print
$45.00
12×16 Giclee Print
$75.00
16×20 Giclee Print
$150.00
16×20 Canvas Print
$250.00
16×20 Canvas Wrap
$500.00

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