Hall of Famer Andre Dawson Baseball Glove Painting

“The Hawk” Featured on Rawlings Glove Artwork


Andre Dawson Portraits on “The Hawk” Glove

Hall of Famer Andre Dawson featured on one-of-a-kind baseball glove art by artist Sean Kane.

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Andre depicted as a Chicago Cubs player. He played for the Cubs from 1987 to 1992, and received the 1987 NL MVP award.


The Hawk depicted at bat for the Montreal Expos. He played for the Expos from 1976 to 1986.


A custom Rawlings glove model selected by Andre Dawson, just like the one he used during his playing career, was used for the glove painting.


Glove Art Display

The painting was created with acrylic paints. It shipped with a museum display stand as shown here.

The Hawk finished his career with 438 home runs over 21 seasons and was the 1977 NL Rookie of the Year.

He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Artist Sean Kane with Andre Dawson

Artist Sean Kane with Andre Dawson

Growing up a Cubs fan, it was truly a pleasure working with Andre to create this special artwork celebrating his Hall of Fame career.

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Sean Kane's painted baseball glove art has been exhibited at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa, and has been the subject of a solo gallery show in New York City, and is in private collections across the U.S.

His glove paintings have been featured on ESPN.com, NBC Sports.com, and MLB Network Radio.

Sean has been a professional artist for over 20 years and a baseball fan since he was old enough to wear his dad's old mitt.  More info >

Kansas City Baseball Icon Buck O'Neil

O'Neil Featured on Custom Baseball Glove Painting


Vintage 1940s firstbase mitt becomes canvas for painting highlighting career of Buck O'Neil.

Buck O'Neil was a Negro Leagues first baseman and manager of the Kansas City Monarchs from 1938 to 1956. He was the first black coach in Major League Baseball, joining the Chicago Cubs in 1962. Later he was a scout for the Kansas City Royals.


This painting of an elder Buck O'Neil was created for the offices of KC architecture firm Pendulum Studio, specializing in baseball stadium design.

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Buck O'Neil was a founder of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City and became known for retelling stories from that era in Ken Burns' documentary, "Baseball."


O'Neil was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Baseball Hall of Fame has recognized his impact on the game with a Lifetime Achievement Award named in his honor.

The baseball glove painting of Buck O'Neil is custom-framed in a diamond shape, a reference to the logo of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. This is a deep shadow box-style, wood frame with gold highlights on a cloth mat.


Of all the quotes I've painted on gloves, Buck's may be my favorite; "You Got to Give People Love."

For a special item displaying your affection for a local sports legend -- For a public office space or civic museum, corporate gifts or something for yourself -- I specialize in creating keepsakes that will spark memories of the game and engage viewers. Contact me to discuss the possibilities.

Ernie Banks Baseball Glove Painting

A One-of-a-Kind Baseball Artwork Featuring "Mr. Cub" Ernie Banks


The Hall of Famer Ernie Banks is hand-painted on a vintage baseball glove. A member of the 500 Home Run club (512), Ernie Banks played 19 seasons for the Chicago Cubs from 1953 until his retirement in 1971.


The vintage glove is a 1950's Wilson Two Finger model, an ideal canvas to feature the "Let's Play Two" man himself.  The glove is about 9 inches wide by 8 inches tall.


The front side features a hand-painted portrait of Ernie Banks. The portrait is a bit bigger than the size of a baseball. Also included is a reference to his nickname as the beloved "Mr. Cub", his retired number 14, his Hall of Fame induction in 1977, and his 512 Homers.


The back side of the glove includes Ernie Banks' famous catchphrase, "Let's Play Two".


The Wilson Two Finger glove tells you right where to put 'em.


The art was created by professional artist Sean Kane, whose painted glove collectibles have been recognized by ESPN.com, NBC Sports.com, exhibited in New York City, and will be part of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum's permanent collection.


This keepsake glove art of Ernie Banks is sold.

Questions and inquiries about custom painted gloves are welcomed. Contact via email or by phone at 519-836-5647 to discuss how I can help.