Sports projects for Sports Artist John Robertson, Golden State Warriors new arena, Milwaukee Bucks new arena. Paintings for Atlanta Braves Stadium and Green Bay Packers re-model of Lambeau Field. 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. Other commerical projects, museums and private clients.
The man of La Mancha loves The NCAA basketball tournament. I am sure Don Quixote lowered the drawbridge this past weekend and rode out on Rocinante to enjoy watching March Madness. The NCAA basketball
tournament lives up to his kind of dreams.
Every game has an opportunity for honey and cream. Sometimes it is only
a sip as we watch an underdog team think they are going to win - and then realize
the last shot did not go in and they only got a taste of that cream. A number one seeded team may be tested into
overtime by a team sitting at the bottom of the bracket. It’s exhilarating to watch the basketball game
go into overtime for the potential upset and crazy chaos to follow.
Excitement of the Basketball Tournament
Our favorite underdog challenges the ”unbeatable foe” and
like most dreams, (the cynic that I am) they end – sometimes they end in
success but usually they end in failure.
And that is why we love to watch one of the most exciting championships
of any sport. The players are young and
enthusiastic. They come to the game with
dreams of winning – metaphorically in a better world. The NCAA basketball tournament playoffs and
finals give us that enthralling, excitement of (what the great sports broadcaster,
Jim McKay would say) “…the thrill of victory…and the agony of defeat.”
The basketball art, painting is approximately 26” by
48” ink and acrylic on old newsprint.