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Here is a painting that I have been working on for the last few months, "The Pursuit of Gr8ness" depicting the 2012 National Champion Kentucky Wildcats. The painting features Coach Calipari admiring the trophy while 8 of his players celebrate this great feat. The background of the painting features images of their run through the tournament including Anthony Davis blocking Cody Zeller’s shot, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist going up for a layup against Baylor, and the teams visit to the White House.
Let me know what you all think of it.
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The Official Website of sports artist Jason Robichau.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by Kevin Ryan 17 months ago
Wow, can I get on the list to purchase a print?
It looks great. I am curious as to how long it took to license this through UK. I have heard conflicting reports as to how long the process takes.
Yeah, I'm telling myself I need that.
Very good job but Cals hair is too neat b/c the players purposely messed it up during the celebration.(just kidding) its really nice. Thanks for sharing. A +1 for this painting.
That is sweet. You my friend are one hell of an artist much respect.
WOW. I love that. How much?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by paintman1980 17 months ago
Wow..the detail is extraordinary!! Cals perfectionist hairdoo is captured in all its glory!!! Put me down for 2 prints paintman!!
I have received a few messages in regards to framing the print. The best way to frame the "The Pursuit of Gr8ness" lithograph print is to purchase a 24x30" frame from any Art & Frame store (Aaron Brothers, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, etc...). I recommend Aaron Brothers for their selection and quality. They each have 40% off coupons regularly so you can purchase one at a reasonable price. You will also need a custom mat which will run between $15-25 depending on the type of matting that you choose. For about $50, you can have the print look like it was professionally framed.
I am doing a promo with Kentucky Heartbeat in which anyone who retweets their Twitter post will be in a drawing for a free lithograph print and anyone who purchases a print from now until Thursday will be in a drawing for a 24x36" giclee (canvas) print of the painting valued at $1,000.
You can purchase the print here: http://www.jasonrobichau.com/pursuit-of-gr8ness-lithograph
The latest from Kentucky Heartbeat (@KY_Heartbeat). The Official Twitter Page of http://t.co/htn1Gd1s. We provide the pulse of UK Athletics and #BBN. Lexington, KY
Today is the last day to purchase a print and get your name into the drawing to win a 24x36" giclee (canvas) print of the painting valued at $1,000.
FYI...this is the last week that you can get a lithograph print of my "Pursuit of Gr8ness painting for 1/2 off.
Paint man, the link isn't working. Help me out??
The website was done with Flash so it won't show up on an iPad or iPhone. You will need to be on your computer to access the order page.
I changed the website from Flash to Html. Here is the link to the new page: http://www.jasonrobichau.com/#!pursuit-of-gr8ness-lithograph/cmvs
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