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 Birds of Paradise

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Birds of Paradise
Published 2005. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 25x29. Numbered 375 pieces+75 A.P.+8 P.P. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.
 San Francisco

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San Francisco
Published 1991. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 29x38. Numbered 265 pieces. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.
 Frank (Sinatra) at Rao's

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Frank (Sinatra) at Rao's
Published 2005. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 27 5/8 x38. Numbered 400 pieces. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.
 Home Run Blast

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Home Run Blast
Casey At Bat, limited edition book (14" x 11"), and Home Run Blast 18 1/8" x 14 7/8"), limited edition etching on paper, Limited to 175 and 25 Artist's Proofs. Published 1999. Both Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.

Casey at the Bat was printed on Mould-made Magnani paper, under the supervision of Martino Mardersteig, at the presses of the Stamperia Valdonega in Verona, Italy. The book was bound in unbleached white cowhide from the Tennessee Tanning Company, the same leather used to cover major league baseballs. each book is slipcased in blue linen with white leather trim.

LeRoy Neiman created over two dozen drawings to illustrate this book. What an amazing collectible to enjoy this American classic in style.

The deluxe edition is accompanied by an etching and aquatint, Home Run Blast.

 High Seas Sailing

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High Seas Sailing
Published 1976. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 25 X 33.5. Numbered 300 pieces. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.
 Resting Tiger

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Resting Tiger
Published 2008. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 25.25 x 38. Numbered 360 pieces. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.
 Portrait of the Leopard

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Portrait of the Leopard
Published 1997. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 24 1/2" x 29 1/2.” Numbered to 425 with 85AP, 6PP, signed by the artist.
 Original Portrait of Liberty

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Original Portrait of Liberty
Original Oil on board. Created in 2008. Measures 48 x 36. A limited edition serigraph is being produced from this original.
 Original Riding Out

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Original Riding Out
LeRoy Neiman, Riding Out, Original Oil on Canvas, Created 1957, 40" x 12"
 Original Riding In

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Original Riding In
LeRoy Neiman, Riding In, Original Oil On Canvas, Created 1957, 40 x 12

  Motu Homies Suite

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Motu Homies Suite
Mixed-media on paper. Size approximately 15 x 36. Numbered 75 pieces. Signed and numbered by Everhart.
 Original Elephant Nocturne Oil

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Original Elephant Nocturne Oil
Elephant Nocturne, 1984 Original Oil on Board, 36 x 48.

Clearly one of Neiman's greatest works.

A limited edition serigraph was created from this beautiful oil entitled "Elephant Nocturne." Understandably, the edition sold out very quickly and became one of Neiman's best sellers. The Elephant Nocturne oil is one of the greatest works of Neiman's career.

 Original Joe Namath

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Original Joe Namath
Joe Namath, Original Oil on Board, 55 x 40, Signed by Namath

 Mariano Rivera

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Mariano Rivera
Rivera 2010 is a giclee on canvas measuring 44 x 22. The Edition Size 99 plus 25 Artist Proofs and 25 Printers Proofs. The edition was released as part of a three piece series including Jeter and ARod. Signed and numbered by Holland.

Very few signed by Rivera - Extremely limited!

  Performance Art Suite

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Performance Art Suite
The Performance Art Suite consists of two works: Performance Art I & Performance Art II. Each work measures 40 x 20. Medium is seri-giclee'. Published in 2015. Limited to 75 Signed and numbered, 20 APs, 10 PPs.
 Original Gerry Cooney

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Original Gerry Cooney
LeRoy Neiman Original Drawing Gerry Cooney, 13.75 x 11, On Paper and framed with authenticated Cooney "cut signature", Framed Dimensions 17 x 25. Cut Signature is 3.25 x 5.25. Created 1979.

 Original Lion and Lioness

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Original Lion and Lioness
Original Lion and Lioness, Oil on Canvas, Lion is 10" x 8", Lioness is 10" x 8", Framed 22.5" x 30" unframed, Created 2006.

A very popular limited edition of this work was released in 2007.

 Peyton Manning

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Peyton Manning
Peyton Manning, by Stephen Holland, Published 2012, 18 unique pieces created with 3 Owners Proof, Dimensions are 26" x 39 1/2", Giclee on canvas with each piece uniquely remarked. All 21 pieces are signed by Peyton Manning.

Portion of the proceeds go to the Peyton Manning Reading Camp.

 Original Thurman Munson

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Original Thurman Munson
Thurman Munson, 40 x 28 Oil on Board, Created 1995.

Thurman Lee Munson (June 7, 1947 – August 2, 1979) was an American Major League Baseball catcher. He played his entire 11-year professional baseball career for the New York Yankees (1969–1979). A perennial All-Star, Munson is the only Yankee to win both the Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards.

Born in Akron, Ohio, Munson was selected as the fourth pick of the 1968 Major League Baseball draft. Munson hit over .300 in his two seasons in the Minor Leagues, establishing himself as a top prospect. He became the New York Yankees' starting catcher late in the 1969 season. Munson played his first complete season in 1970, and was voted A.L. Rookie of the Year after hitting .302.

Considered the "heart and soul" of the Yankees, Munson was named the first team captain since Lou Gehrig. He led the Yankees to three consecutive World Series appearances from 1976 to 1978, and two consecutive World Series championships in 1977 and 1978.

In 1979, Munson died at the age of 32 while practicing landing his Cessna Citation at Akron-Canton Airport. Munson suffered a broken neck as result of the crash, and his cause of death was asphyxiation. His two companions escaped the burned aircraft.

 Water Lily I

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Water Lily I
Water Lily I

Water Lilies Suite consists of 6 works each signed and numbered. Media is mixed (giclee' and screen print) on paper. Edition size is 250 numbered and 50 Artist Proofs. Dimensions are 13" x 8."

 Opening Night

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Opening Night
Opening Night, Limited edition Mixed Media Print on deckled edged paper, Image: 26.5" x 39", Paper size: 31.5" x 44", limited to 195. Released 2015
 Original Curls Gone Wild Its Your 2 O'Clock

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Original Curls Gone Wild Its Your 2 O'Clock
Original Curls Gone Wild Its Your 2 O'Clock, Acrylic on Paper, 40" x 50" unframed, 60" x 70" Framed.
 Original Muhammad Ali, Folk Arts Theater Manila

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Original Muhammad Ali, Folk Arts Theater Manila
Muhammad Ali, Folk Arts Theater Manila, Original Mixed Media Watercolor on Paper, Created in 1975, Signed by Neiman, Approximately 11 x 14 unframed. Additional inscriptions include: "Ali", "Folk Art Theater Manila", Sept 1975", "Punching Mexican Bag", "Pat Paterson security." This work is listed on page 188 of LeRoy Neiman's Book - Winners: My 30 years in sports.

LeRoy Neiman gives us a behind the scenes look before the legendary match up between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. Here Ali is training just days before the match in which he defeats Frazier in the 15th round. One can see the power and athleticism of Ali as he conditions for the colossal bout.

 Original Holmes - Cooney 1982

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Original Holmes - Cooney 1982
Holmes - Cooney 1982, Mixed Media Original on Paper, Approximately 12 x 14 unframed. This work is listed on page 208 of LeRoy Neiman's Book - Winners: My 30 years in sports.

The Larry Holmes (The Eastern Assassin) vs. Gerry Cooney (The Gentleman) fight took place June 11th 1982 at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas and was one of the most highly anticipated fights of the early 1980's. Holmes the WBC Heavy Weight Champion successfully defended his title against Cooney when in the 13th round he landed a punishing cross against Cooney and sent him into the ropes. Cooney's corner threw in the towel ending the bout.

It is this moment Neiman, who was in attendance, captured in this very special piece of boxing history. One can see the fatigue in Cooney's face as he most likely was debating his next move before others in his corner made the decision for him.

 Original Rusty Staub

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Original Rusty Staub
Rusty Staub, Original Oil on Board, Dimensions 48" x 36", Created 1975.

Daniel Joseph "Rusty" Staub (born April 1, 1944) is an American former Major League Baseball right fielder, designated hitter, and first baseman. He enjoyed a 23-year baseball career with 5 different teams. He was an original member of the Montreal Expos and that team's first star; though the Expos traded him after only 3 years, his enduring popularity led them to retire his number in 1993.

 Original Bobby Bonds

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Original Bobby Bonds
Bobby Bonds, Original Oil on Board, Dimensions 48" x 36", Created 1975.

March 15, 1946 – August 23, 2003) was an American right fielder in Major League Baseball from 1968 to 1981, primarily with the San Francisco Giants. Noted for his outstanding combination of power hitting and speed, he was the first player to have more than two seasons of 30 home runs and 30 stolen bases, doing so a record five times (the record was matched only by his son Barry), and was the first to accomplish the feat in both major leagues; he became the second player to hit 300 career home runs and steal 300 bases, joining Willie Mays. Together with Barry, he is part of baseball's most accomplished father-son combination, holding the record for combined home runs, RBIs, and stolen bases. A prolific leadoff hitter, he also set major league records for most times leading off a game with a home run in a career (35) and a season (11, in 1973); both records have since been broken.

 Martin Driscoll Ruth and Gehrig In the Dugout

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Martin Driscoll Ruth and Gehrig In the Dugout
Ruth and Gehrig In the Dugout, Original Oil on Canvas, 20" x 16", 26 x 22 Framed - Each.

Martin Driscoll™ 1939–2011

Martin Driscoll began drawing as a youth in New York City . In the early 1960’s, after serving in the Air Force, he returned to New York and enrolled in the Art Students League. He studied under Frank Reilly, a renowned teacher who developed a systematic use of the color palette that continues to serve as a foundation for fine art instruction. Reilly’s classes became a cornerstone in the development of Driscoll’s style. In the years that followed his studies, Driscoll balanced a career in the airline industry, raising a family, and developing as an artist. He intermittently exhibited at outdoor shows in New York , selling his original paintings and drawings, and accepting numerous portrait commissions. In the mid-1990’s he returned to art fulltime – teaching painting, giving art demonstrations, and selling his original work. Driscoll has been commissioned to paint a United States Federal Court Judge, international sports figures, and most recently received a prestigious portrait commission from The Winston Churchill Society. In early 2000, he opened the Driscoll Art Studio, a working studio and gallery aboard the Queen Mary. In his studio/gallery, Driscoll’s pastoral scenes of rural Irish life have received particular attention and accolades from collectors and fellow artists alike. His first collection of limited edition giclee prints, “The Country Walk Collection”, was unveiled at the International ArtExpo 2004 in New York. Driscoll’s work is now being shown in a rapidly growing number of galleries from coast-to-coast. Martin exhibited most recently at ArtExpo 2005, and nearly sold out of all work shown. He is currently busy at work in his new studio in Texas. Kennebeck Fine Art is the exclusive worldwide publisher and distributor for Martin Driscoll's oil paintings and limited editions.

 Martin Driscoll Ruth and Gehrig

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Martin Driscoll Ruth and Gehrig
Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig, Original Oil on Canvas 28 x 22, Frame 37 x 31.

Martin Driscoll™ 1939–2011

Martin Driscoll began drawing as a youth in New York City . In the early 1960’s, after serving in the Air Force, he returned to New York and enrolled in the Art Students League. He studied under Frank Reilly, a renowned teacher who developed a systematic use of the color palette that continues to serve as a foundation for fine art instruction. Reilly’s classes became a cornerstone in the development of Driscoll’s style. In the years that followed his studies, Driscoll balanced a career in the airline industry, raising a family, and developing as an artist. He intermittently exhibited at outdoor shows in New York , selling his original paintings and drawings, and accepting numerous portrait commissions. In the mid-1990’s he returned to art fulltime – teaching painting, giving art demonstrations, and selling his original work. Driscoll has been commissioned to paint a United States Federal Court Judge, international sports figures, and most recently received a prestigious portrait commission from The Winston Churchill Society. In early 2000, he opened the Driscoll Art Studio, a working studio and gallery aboard the Queen Mary. In his studio/gallery, Driscoll’s pastoral scenes of rural Irish life have received particular attention and accolades from collectors and fellow artists alike. His first collection of limited edition giclee prints, “The Country Walk Collection”, was unveiled at the International ArtExpo 2004 in New York. Driscoll’s work is now being shown in a rapidly growing number of galleries from coast-to-coast. Martin exhibited most recently at ArtExpo 2005, and nearly sold out of all work shown. He is currently busy at work in his new studio in Texas. Kennebeck Fine Art is the exclusive worldwide publisher and distributor for Martin Driscoll's oil paintings and limited editions.

 Original Angels on Horseback

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Original Angels on Horseback
Angels on Horseback, Original mixed media on paper, 15 x 11 unframed. Created 1987.
 Boom Boom Mancini

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Boom Boom Mancini
Boom Boom Mancini, Giclee on Canvas, Dimensions 41" x 28", Edition Size 99, Created 2012. Signed and numbered by Stephen Holland. Some pieces signed by Mancini.
 Original Floyd Little

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Original Floyd Little
Floyd Little, Oil on Board, 24" x 15.5" UF, Framed 31.5" x 22.5." Created circa 1972 as one of five pieces featuring the year of the running backs including, O.J. Simpson, Floyd Little, Larry Brown, Larry Csonka, and Leroy Kelly and were featured in the October issue of Sports Illustrated.

Floyd played 9 seasons with the Denver Broncos racking up 6323 rushing yards, 215 Receptions, 54 Career TDs, and 5 All-Star-Games. Floyd was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2010.

 Original Party Crashers

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Original Party Crashers
Party Crashers, Original Acrylic on Paper, 28" x 22", Created 2009. Nicely framed.

 Jean's Wake

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Jean's Wake
Jean's Wake, Mixed Media on Metal. Only 9 pieces in the edition. Signed and numbered by Tom Everhart. Dimensions 34" x 50."

Inspiration: Jean-Michel Basquiat - Thus Tom's tribute "wave of influence."

 Coup D'etat

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Coup D'etat
24.5” x 45” mixed media (giclee and serigraph) on deckled edged paper. Edition 125 / AP 20 / PP 10 / HC 10
 Original Arc de Triomphe

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Original Arc de Triomphe
Original watercolor 24" x 17", 39.5" x 33" framed, 1962.
 Flipped Out Series

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Flipped Out Series
In 2010 Tom Everhart produced a series of 100 original works titled "100 Flipped Outs." This body of work encompassed the idea that we all enter different circumstances in our lives in unique ways. Largely successful these ORIGINAL works of art are almost gone and more remarkable is their price point. The prices range from $4500 to $8500.

This is an incredible entry point into owning an original Tom Everhart, as some of is larger works have surpassed $250,000.

 Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge Mono Print

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Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge Mono Print
Voodoo Lounge Cover Mono Print, The Rolling Stones, Canvas on Board with hand applique work by Holland. 24" x 46." One of a Kind.

 Original Stalking in LA

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Original Stalking in LA
Original Acrylic and Enamel on Canvas, 84" x 192."
 Original From See to Shining See #5

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Original From See to Shining See #5
From See to Shining See #5, 30 " x 42" Acrylic on Paper| cat#4225
 Original From See to Shining See #6

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Original From See to Shining See #6
From See to Shining See #6, 30" x 22" Acrylic on Paper| cat#4206
 Original From See to Shining See #8

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Original From See to Shining See #8
From See to Shining Sea #8, 30 " x 42" Acrylic on Paper| cat#4225
 Original Frank Howard

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Original Frank Howard
Frank Howard, Oil on Board, 21" x 31" viewable, 31.5" x 43" framed. Circa 1970.

Featured in the 1971 Baseball classic Hard Cover book, "This Great Game" by Doris Townsend, published in 1971.

Frank Oliver Howard (born August 8, 1936), nicknamed "Hondo", "The Washington Monument" and "The Capitol Punisher", is a former All-Star outfielder and manager in Major League Baseball who played most of his career for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Washington Senators/Texas Rangers franchises.

One of the most physically intimidating players in the sport, the 6 ft 7in. and 235 lb. Howard was named the National League Rookie of the Year in 1960, and went on to twice lead the American League in home runs and total bases and in slugging average, runs batted in and walks once each. His 382 career home runs were the eighth most by a right-handed hitter when he retired; his 237 home runs and 1969 totals of 48 HRs and 340 total bases in a Washington uniform are a record for any of that city's several franchises. Howard's Washington/Texas franchise records of 1,172 games, 4,120 at bats, 246 HRs, 1,141 hits, 701 RBI, 544 runs, 155 doubles, 2,074 total bases and a .503 slugging average have since been broken.

 Original Reggie Jackson

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Original Reggie Jackson
Reggie Jackson, Original Pastel, 20" x 26", 28" x 34" Framed, 1983.

 Original Arnold Palmer Masters

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Original Arnold Palmer Masters
Arnold Palmer, Masters, Drawing on Paper, 14" x 10" Unframed, 23.5" x 19.5" Framed, 1973.

 Original Maxwell's Plum

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Original Maxwell's Plum
Maxwell's Plum Menu, Original Drawing on an actual restaurant menu, 12" x 10" unframed, 14" x 12" framed, 1980.

Maxwell's Plum was a "flamboyant restaurant and singles bar that, more than any place of its kind, symbolized two social revolutions of the 1960s – sex and food", at 1181 First Avenue (64th and 1st Avenue) in Manhattan. Owned by Warner LeRoy, it closed abruptly on July 10, 1988.

 Original Neil Diamond

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Original Neil Diamond
Neil Diamond, Original Painting on Paper, 14" x 9" unframed, 21" x 15" framed, 1984.

 Original Proprietor at Long Champ

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Original Proprietor at Long Champ
Proprietor at Long Champ, Original Ink and Color on Artist Paper, 9.5" x 5.5" unframed, 20" x 16" framed, 1961.

 Sun Drenched Table

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Sun Drenched Table
Sun Drenched Table, Off-Set Lithograph on Paper, 31 ½” x 35” (Paper Size), Signed and Numbered by LeRoy Neiman, 100 Numbered, 25 Artist Proofs, 2009.

From the original originally created for Amuse Bouche, Napa Valley, LeRoy Neiman's "Sun Drenched Table" is one of his last works. Released as a very small edition, it was never offered nationally as most all the pieces went to the winery. We have a precious few of the artist proofs available and though they have a retail price of $5,000, we have a very special price of only $3,600.

 Tahitian Hipster Suite

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Tahitian Hipster Suite
Series of six prints sold individually and as match number suite. Paper Size: 8" x 10," Mixed media print on deckled edge paper, Edition 295 / AP 50 / PP 40 / HC 15

My studio in Venice faces out to a neighborhood involved in an evolution of rapid visual change. Accompanying this change is a new sense of contemporary commercial fashion and style supported on the street by the constant new flow of very styled ‘Hipsters’. From my studio, second floor balcony, the ‘Hipster’ person is new, different, and fun to watch. Although, to some of the original residents this new visual is met with some discomfort. Mostly, because it didn’t fit their idea about life ‘style’.

This new discomfort reminded me of a thinking about making art that most of my friends agreed upon when were all just starting as artist in New York in the early 1980’s. It was the sense that discomfort enables us to see forward and therefore discomfort was necessary in our art in order to create the new art of the future.

Most likely, we were uncomfortable, ourselves, with the art (conceptualism and minimalism) that came immediately before us and we mischievously set out to tease the end of its reign. Many were using racial, inequality and sexual themes, and even the retired art of portraiture as a vehicle for the discomfort. Since my body of work came out during a severe illness, I was very fortunate that my theme was based on historic humor.

It was absolutely Sparky’s drawing line constructions that first excited me and influenced the last 26 years of my work. But, it was also the sense that doing an entire body of work visually based on only one very successful cartoon’s imagery was brand-new work. And, that it would be uncomfortable with most art professionals because it didn’t necessarily fit their idea about museum painting. It may have been the undertow of my work.

The 30 ‘Tahitian Hipster’ paintings were produced in Tahiti on my dream-like open-air studio deck that sits 6 feet above a shallow lagoon 100 yards off shore. So the work had to be visually about the Tahitian Hipster.

The most obvious common denominator in Hipster style seems to be contemporary headwear. Of course there are many contemporary Tahitians, but Tahitian headwear is predominately deeply rooted in centuries of tradition and history. The materials and designs of this headwear are amongst the most beautiful works of art.

The only discomfort in the Tahitian studio is losing the paint (mixed with lagoon water) from the painting tool to the strong tradewinds as it makes its way to the surface of the paper. But, in looking forward, I discovered restaurant style squeeze bottles that apply the paint directly to the surface. This explains the almost island reptile-like surface on all the works produced on this heavyweight paper.

 Original Cross Country Skiers

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Original Cross Country Skiers
Original signed ink/mixed media drawing on paper, Viewable: 6.5"x 12" Frame: 18.75"x 23.75,"

Actually created at the 1984 Yugoslavia Olympics.

 Original Polo Lounge

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Original Polo Lounge
Original Water Color on Paper, 12" x 30" viewable, 28" x 45" Framed, Created 1988, fetauring Clark Gabel.

 Original Scratch

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Original Scratch
42" x 46 Acrylic and varnish paper, Incredibly popular image from which the famed "Scratch and Sniff" suite was created.

 Original Sea Sick Snoopy

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Original Sea Sick Snoopy
Original Acrylic and varnish on paper, 40" x 30".
 Original Sea Sick Woodstock

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Original Sea Sick Woodstock
Original Acrylic and varnish on paper, 30" x 40".
 Elvis Mono Print

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Elvis Mono Print
Each Mono Print is signed by Stephen Holland. Each one is a one of a kind work. Dimensions 24.5" x 46."
Call: 866-517-2467

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