2010 Hallowed Ground Calendar Now Available for Shipping

Celebrated American sports artist Bill Purdom has produced two historic lithographs of old and new Yankee Stadium, being made available now through his long time publisher Bill Goff of www.goodsportsart.com.
In addition, the 18th annual Hallowed Ground calendar is now available, featuring 13 classic renderings from the Goodsportsart archives, with the first pitch at the Phillies’ Citizens Bank Park (2005) on the cover. 
The Yankee Stadium offerings by Purdom will touch the emotions of baseball fans, as Mariano Rivera delivers the final pitch in the “old” Stadium – Sept 21, 2008, (to Baltimore’s Brian Roberts), and C.C. Sabathia delivers the first pitch in the “new” Stadium – April 16, 2009 (to Cleveland’s Grady Sizemore). 
“It’s our pleasure to welcome Bill Purdom ‘home’ with these outstanding new paintings,” says Goff, who founded goodsportsart.com more than 30 years ago under a different name.  The company has remained a leader in the field of popular and affordable sports art, and the art graces the walls of many athletes, teams, leagues and sports marketing companies.  “We touched a chord and created a demand,” adds Goff. “America responded.”
Both Yankee Stadium lithographs are 18-by-33, signed and numbered by Purdom, and limited to 600 with 60 artist proofs.  They are available for $140 each, or $125 if purchased before Jan. 1, 2010.  If purchased together, they can be ordered for $198 in that time span. Framing, if desired, is an additional $125.  
The 2010 Hallowed Ground calendar includes works by Purdom, Bill Williams, William Feldman and Graig Kreindler, who painted the Citizens Bank Park first pitch.  The calendar design was created by Andy Jurinko.  Consistent with the previous Hallowed Ground calendar editions, the 2010 issue measures 11-by-17 and is available for $17 plus $6 shipping (for up to 5 calendars). Discount rates are available for larger quantities by calling 1-800 321-GOFF (4633).
Orders for lithographs and Hallowed Ground calendars may be placed through the company website, www.goodsportsart.com, where a full line of classic lithographs is presented and available for purchase or through its online store and auctions at eBay.com.
Media may request a review copy of the calendar for publicity purposes.
The calendars are licensed by Major League Baseball Properties and the Cooperstown Collection.

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