Fazzino Workshop at the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum

It’s Hall of Fame Induction weekend again…and that means it’s time for the annual Fazzino art workshop at the Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.  Visitors to the museum on Friday, July 24th from 12-4pm will have the unique opportunity to help create baseball art inspired by the works of 3-Dimensional artist Charles Fazzino. Fazzino artist Diane Stensland will lead the group in creating an oversized version of Charles’s 2015 All-Star Game artwork. Each participant will learn how to glue the artwork and also have the chance to provide their own artistic spin to the final piece. This is a fun and interactive workshop and always draws a great crowd.

While you are there, check out the  Museum’s “Art of Baseball” hall where Fazzino’s original painting “The Curse is Dead” was installed a couple of years ago. It hangs alongside works by artistic giants such as Norman Rockwell, Andy Warhol, and Leroy Nieman. And after you participate in the workshop, take a walk down the street to Stenhaven Gallery where you’ll see an entire collection of Charles Fazzino’s baseball-themed artwork.

We hope you can join us!




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