6 Artists’ Prints To Aid Doubleday Field Projects


6 Artists’ Prints To Aid

Doubleday Field Projects

Graig Kreindler signed print of “The Sandlot Kid” and Doubleday Field is among six prints by noted artists that are being sold as a fundraiser for the Friends of Doubleday Field.

COOPERSTOWN — Six award-winning artists have donated prints to the Friends of Doubleday to help raise funds dedicated to continuing improvements and programs at the baseball shrine.

“To have six award winning artists — six! — from around the world donate their unique talents to help secure its preservation is truly a blessing,” said Friends President Jeff Katz, the former Cooperstown mayor. “Each artist has created a unique artistic impression of the field.”

He called the prints “stunning.”

Signed prints of those unique impressions are now available for purchase through our website, www.friendsofdoubleday.org .”

Each of these signed, limited edition fine art prints on museum quality paper measures 16” X 20”, with 2” inch white borders (image size 12” 16”). The sell for $60 each, plus 10 postage local pickup is available).

Artists include:

• Renowned illustrator James Bennett, whose work includes bestselling books by Carl Reiner and Jerry Seinfeld, as well features in major publications around the world.

• Andy Brown has received recognition from BBC, ESPN, MLB Network, Fox Sports, Buckingham Palace. His held collections museums, players, teams, fans, aficionados worldwide.

• Todd Radom author award winning graphic designer who created official logos Super Bowls multiple All-Star Games, visual identities many pro franchises. “ Winning Ugly: A Visual History Baseball’ s Most Unique Uniforms.”

• Susanne Reece a Texan-New Yorker, writer, illustrator, essayist. She holds an MFA Narrative School Arts. Her appeared REDINK Poetry Comics. currently at memoir essays. reads, writes, draws Brewster, York.

• Graig Kreindler award-artist sports museums nationwide. Greg been featured television, national newspapers, broadly online.

• Nate Katz, Cooperstown, NY based artist, shown galleries York City. work, taken whole, playful investigation into structure nature architecture. Doubleday 501c3 non-profit fundraising organization that supports Village Cooperstown’s historic Field.

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