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Nationals Park

National Park – SOLD Washington Nationals

Congratulations to the Washington Nationals and to all their fans….you did it!  World Champions!!!!!  Now we will have to paint another with a better billboard sign.  🙂

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Fenway ParkBoston Red Sox won the World Series last night against the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Congrats!  Two nice ball parks….here are paintings that I did 5 years ago for the “Painted Diamonds” series.

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We painted these adorable door hangers last night at The Studio.  I’m just sorry I missed getting a photo of Tammy’s before she left as she did a softball.  Super job guys!

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It’s BASEBALL SEASON!  Woohoo!  Nothing like a good baseball game.  For all our baseball loving friends we have this great Door (or Wall) Hanger that we’ll be painting on Tuesday, April 17th at 6 pm.  Click here to register.

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Joey & SophiaI enjoyed the private lesson with  my private students yesterday as they painted similar paintings.  Sophia painted her book still life with an apple and Joey painted his with a baseball.  Nice job!!!

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Kauffman Stadium Kansas City Royals

Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City Royals

It’s World Series time.  The game last night was great.  Watching it made me think of the paintings I did for the Kickstarter project a few years ago – Painted Diamonds.  I painted all 30 Major League Ballparks in 30 weeks.  You can see and read more about that here.

Cit Field New York Mets

Cit Field
New York Mets

Many of the paintings were sold during the project but Citi Field (Mets) and Kauffman Stadium (Royals) are still available.  Fans interested in a unique piece of baseballl art contact kwalker@kellywalkerstudios for purchase information.

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Painted Diamonds at Comm CtrPainted Diamonds – Paintings of the MLB Parks are on display at the Warren County Community Center at 538 Villa Avenue.  It is open Monday through Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and Sunday 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

You can read more about the “Painted Diamonds” project here.

 

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