I recently did this big painting of St. Louis Cardinal Bob Gibson, the most dominating and fearsome pitcher of all time. This is a man who, following his 1968 season's ERA of 1.12 (!) and 17 strikeouts in Game 1 of the World Series (both records which stand to this day), forced major league baseball to lower the height of the pitcher's mound !
This is a man who, at the age of 57, brushed back Reggie Jackson in an old-timers' game! Here's the preparatory sketch I did :My painting (24" x 36" acrylic on canvas) is gonna be up for auction this Friday night at a trivia night/silent auction fundraiser for The Center for Autism Education in O' Fallon, Missouri. It's a great cause and I'd love to give this painting to a good home. I know there are some art-loving El Birdos fans out there, and would love to give them to chance to get in on the action too. If you want to submit a proxy bid, e-mail me at: danzettwoch (at) gmail (dot) com.
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So did it sell, and for how much?
Uhm, flippin' sweet painting. Great color work too!
It's not being auctioned off 'til Friday (Feb. 6th) so there's still time to get your bids in! No bid too low (or high!).
the piece you did for KE7 knocked me out too.
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