Yawkey Way Giclée Prints - Fine Art from Kevin Shea
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Prior to Game 1 of the 2007 World Series Massachusetts artist and Red Sox fan Kevin J. Shea set up his easel on Yawkey Way and painted everything he saw in vibrant, colorful brush strokes.
The end result was a vivid painting of Fenway's main entrance, and the fans, facade, flags and banners are as full of life in Shea's giclée prints as they were the October evening he painted them.
Exactingly reproduced from the artist's original painting, this giclée print of Yawkey Way is limited in edition to 2,007 pieces. Available on fine art paper or canvas, all prints are signed and numbered by the artist and can be ordered with a gold leaf-style, wooden frame. [see picture]
Yawkey Way by Kevin Shea - Print & Artist Information
"When you see people arrive at the park, it is as if they have arrived at baseball Mecca. It's just incredible," Newburyport artist Kevin Shea said after painting Yawkey Way during the pre-game atmosphere of the 2007 World Series.
Shea, a lifelong Bay State resident, has been painting popular Boston landmarks since he graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art in 1981.
Yawkey Way is Shea's second print where America's most beloved ballpark is the featured subject. His Print Featuring Fenway Park, completed after the magical 2004 season, is one of his all-time best sellers and the original painting sold for $8,000.
Yawkey Way is Shea's latest work and the colorful print highlights the excitement and anticipation outside of Fenway Park during the World Series. Only 2,007 prints were produced, the number chosen to commemorate the Boston Red Sox's 2007 world championship.
And for those wondering, Kevin Shea the artist is not related to the former Red Sox spokesman of the same name.
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