Baseball season has begun! Opening Day at Fenway starts today with the Red Sox playing against the Tampa Bay Rays. Cheer on the Red Sox with some artwork that will get you in the mood for the baseball season!
Ruth K. Rooks, Sunset Over Fenway, oil, 18 x 24”
Cheering amongst fans at Fenway Park is one of the best ways to experience a Red Sox game! Capturing this vibrancy and excitement, Ruth K. Rooks’ oil painting feels as though the viewer is amongst the exuberance of Opening Day. For those who wish to see this painting in person, this painting will be featured in our upcoming Fresh Paint fundraiser!
Lori Mehta, Ferry Land, acrylic on panel, 9 x 11,” SOLD
Sometimes a seat at Fenway means having to sit far away from the action. Big screens and binoculars are certainly a great way to see the pivotal plays by the Red Sox!
Barney Levitt, Cherry Coke, oil on canvas, 9 x 11”
When attending a baseball game, who can resist the tasty food and drinks? Barney Levitt’s Cherry Coke showcases one of the soda brands that is a staple for any baseball fan.
Sam Vokey, Lights on the River, oil, 14 x 16”
Jim Connelly, GO TWO, oil on panel, 10 x 10,” SOLD
On game days, Kenmore Square is flooded with Red Sox fans eagerly making their way to the stadium. And in Kenmore Square, nobody can miss the famously large CITGO sign, which Jim Connelly depicts in his abstract piece GO TWO. Sam Vokey’s Lights on the River, which will be featured in this year’s Fresh Paint, also shows the CITGO sign far off in the distance yet still distinct.
Celebrate Opening Day at Fenway with some art now on view in the gallery!
Banner Image: Ruth K. Rooks, Sunset Over Fenway, oil, 18 x 24”