I'm honored to have been chosen as the January 2016 Artist of the Month by the National Art Museum of Sport (NAMOS).
NAMOS is "America's premiere museum of fine art depicting sport", founded in New York in 1959 and opened its first location in 1968 at Madison Square Garden.
The museum's mission is to share the best in fine art depicting sport and encourage the creation of fine art depicting sport.
My baseball glove artworks are being featured on the NAMOS web site during the month.
Now based in Indianapolis, the National Art Museum of Sport has one of the largest collections and exhibition schedules of fine art depicting sport. The museum has more than 1,000 pieces showcasing the heroes and heroines of basketball, boxing, baseball, golf and tennis-over 50 sports. In addition to its collections, the museum also features extensive archives and a library about sport art and its collection.
NAMOS currently hosts exhibitions featuring selections from their permanent collections in various locations, including pieces on display at NCAA headquarters, while in discussions for a new permanent home.
Thanks to The National Art Museum of Sport for recognizing my work to this point exploring the national pastime!