Burton History Trees capture the story of a sports franchise, rooted by the societal and political atmosphere of the times. MLB, NHL and college teams coming soon.
RareInk has introduced a new 10-piece art collection featuring the starting lineups for the 2014 NBA All-Star game, featuring Durant, Griffin, Wade and James, among others.
With renditions of Thurman Munson and Derk Jeter available, collectors can see where artist Mike Kupka’s loyalties lie. But the sports artist is more than Yankees, as his work with Disney and Lucas Films showcase. Meet the artist and see some of this work, including an interesting take on MLB logos.
Dick Perez, who continuously brings quality to sports paintings, discusses his start with Perez-Steele Galleries, producing the Diamond Kings cards and Ted Williams. And now you can own some of his original masterpieces, courtesy of Legendary Auctions.
Artist Jamie Cooper captures Bronx Bomber royalty on canvas in his latest masterpiece: “Yankees Dream Scene” picturing Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle and Jeter.
SCD readers are intimately familiar with the artwork of Dick Perez. Now the East Coast’s socialites get to experience the same, as Perez’s work will be on display as a solo exhibit at the Agora Gallery in NYC. A public reception will be held April 4.
James Fiorentino has accomplished more at age 34 than most artists fulfill in a lifetime, dazzling Hall of Famers along the way. Some of his “early” works were on display in the Baseball Hall of Fame before Fiorentino could even drive. In an exclusive interview, Fiorentino talks about his work and proudest moments.