Current projects for Sports Artist John Robertson, Milwaukee
Bucks opening 2018 season. Paintings for Atlanta Braves Stadium opened March 2017 and Green Bay Packers re-model opening July 2017. Created Sports Art for Minnesota Vikings, San Francisco 49er's, Fox Sports, Fox Sports Net, Prudential Sports Arena (New Jersey Nets New Jersey Devils), the Amway Sports Arena Orlando Magic, etc
Golf painting of boy golfer Bear Huff swinging a golf club art
Sports Artist John Robertson with painting of a boy swinging
golf club for a long drive.
Sonia posted a photograph of her son Bear Huff , This is what she said "This is my son playing in the World Jr
Masters Golf Tournament in Las Vegas,
NV last year at 9 years old boy. Bear
has been playing golf since he was 1 1/2 and in tournaments since he was 4." He began his love of the game from watching
his biggest fan and coach...his Daddy!" This boy swinging the golf club has great form and follow through. As a sports artist it id s really good photograph to work from. You can picture the golf ball leaving the club and flying down the fairway, knowing it is a nice drive. You can follow Bear Huff on his facebook page
What I like about the game of golf is some of the
interesting words used, like: "Birdies, Bogeys, and Riders" which to the to the uninitiated has little meaning. A lot of people don't know what a
"Rider" is - so here is a little story to explain the term.
Four old men went into the pro shop after playing 18 holes
The pro asked, "Did you guys have a good game
The first old guy said, "Yes, I had three riders
The second old guy said, "I had the most riders ever. I
The third old guy said, "I had seven riders, the same
as last time."
The last old man said, "I beat my old record. I had 12
After they went into the locker room, another golfer who had
heard the old guys talking about their game went to the pro and said,
"I've been playing golf for a long time and thought I knew all the
terminology of the game, but what's a rider?"
The pro said, "A rider is when you hit the ball far
enough to actually get in the golf cart and ride to it."