Congratulations Poster Winners

Jul 07, 2008

Congratulations to the six winners of a signed and dedicated All-Star Game Poster! Norman Small Arthur Myers Craig Bachove Robin & Mitchel Kaphan Steven Shillet Irene Greenberg Enjoy the poster and come down and see us at the DHL All-Star …

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More Sports Museum – Goose is Coming!

Jul 03, 2008

I found out last night that Rich “Goose” Gossage is going to be joining me at the Sports Museum event. VERY exciting….one of my favorite Yankees of all time.

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The Sports Museum of America

Jul 02, 2008

Have you heard about the new Sports Museum of America yet? It's a fabulous place and only recently opened….in downtown New York City…down by Wall Street. They asked me to create an original painting for them. It hangs in the …

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All-Star Game Inspiration

Jun 27, 2008

In my latest E-Newsletter, I asked you why you like the MLB All-Star Game. Of course, I'm giving away a few posters for your answers. I am surprised by some of the truly inspirational responses I have received. One is …

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EXPLORE THE ARTWORK

More on the Daytime Emmy Awards

Jun 25, 2008

Ok, so i promised more “dish” on the Daytime Emmy Awards. I have a secret for you. Turns out that all the action at these awards shows actually happens in the restrooms! Security confiscated everyone's cameras at the entrance to …

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The Daytime Emmy Awards

Jun 23, 2008

So, I went to my third Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony on Friday night out in Los Angeles. I did the cover art for the event program for the third year in a row. We had a lot of fun. I …

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My Friend Norman Small

Jun 18, 2008

I got an email from Norman Small yesterday. He titled it “How it all Happened” Ok, so I'm going to New York to see my umpteenth Broadway show in the early 90's. Taking the obligatory stroll in Times Square and …

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I Love the Work of Red Grooms

Jun 11, 2008

I recently had the chance to see the Red Grooms exhibit at the Hudson River Museum here in Yonkers, NY. I first saw his work about twenty years ago at an exhibition inside Manhattan's Grand Central Station. I was amazed …

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