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Graig Kreindler is a craftsman, an old souland a self-profe sed perfectionist.
Trey Burton Jersey His paintings transport the viewer to a different time and place, a neat trick thats every bit as hard as it sounds. His technique is masterful, but the details are what make his paintings really sing.
Take his depictions of stadiums, for instance.
It's important to know when those places changed, he said. When they were renovated. Some of these changes were pretty major, such as the addition of the left-field and right-field upper decks in Yankee Stadium (1928 and 1937, respectively) and some were minor (the shade of green used in those stands before 1947 vs.what was used after.) The Polo Grounds had a dirt path from the mound to home plate until the mid-1940s. Fenway Park used to have an incline for a warning track during its first two decades of existence.
Kreindlers art spans the baseball ages. He has painted Harry Wright Hall of Fame manager of baseballs first profe sional team, the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings as well as Bryce Harper, the Washington Nationals superstarwho was born in 1992.
Named for Yankees third baseman Graig Nettles, Kreindler was seemingly destined to capture baseball personalities and historic moments in oil. The Rockland County, N.Y., native was born in 1980, a year in which Nettles started the All-Star Game at third for the American League.
A 2002 graduate of New Yorks School of Visual Arts, Kreindlers work is highly sought-after by both private collectors and public institutions. His painting of Don Larsens 1956 World Series Khalil Mack Jersey perfect game hangs at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center in Montclair, N.J. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.
He achieves the illusion of reality on canvas with both skill and confidence. His paintings are dense, yet ethereal. He employs the illusion of depth in order to allow the viewer to focus on what matters to him.
Working on a two-dimensional surface creating a believable environment is hard," he said."The players have to exist in breathable air. And that happens through my attention to light and color."
His paintings crackle with energy, but they also capture sublime subtleties that help to define a singular Charles Leno Jersey moment in time. His attention to detail is part of what makes his work special. Seemingly small things matter to him. One look at his work reveals a maniacal devotion to accuracy in depicting vintage uniform details, the specific ads on outfield walls from a given season, even the color of seats in the stands of a long-gone ballpark.
Kreindler confe ses to thinking about nature specifically light and color when creating a painting.
Knowing that the sun appears in the sky at a different angle in April than it does in October is going to affect the angle that shadows are portrayed throughout the ballparks. In July at Yankee Stadium, the shadow on the field caused by the triple-deck facade doesn't travel all too far acro Joel Iyiegbuniwe Jersey s the field, mainly because the angle of the sun is a bit more directly overhead than it is in October, when the shadows stretch all the way to the first-base path. Additionally, the colors throughout each ballpark are going to be affected by the kind of day it is. A steamy summer afternoon is going to affect everything you see in a way much different than a crisp overcast fall afternoon.
In terms of capturing a moment, Kreindler says it ALLmatters. And it all helps foster those illusions. Of course, it might not nece sarily be stuff that people notice, let alone care about, but it's everything to me. I feel like I'm trying to be a visual reporter, in a way. The thought proce s is, Here's what happened on this particular day and this time of day this is what it looked like.
The Polo Grounds, home to the New York Giants, Yankeesand Mets, was felled by the wreckers ball more than half a century ago. Kreindlers painting of Carl Hubbell brings it back to life in arresting detail. Hubbell is depicted here, warming up, just prior to the 1934 All-Star Game. We are transported to a hot July day during the Great Depre sion, a time when BVD underwear was advertised on the outfield fence. For Kreindler, one detail stands out above all others.
What I thought was really cool about the image was the flap of fabric that appears on Hubbell's back. The players were wearing sewn-on patches with numbers on their backs, most of which differed from whatever their numbers were with their respective teams.
In a world full of selfies, one NFL Chicago Bears Jersey in which every meal is potential Instagram fodder, Kreindlers art resonates. He especially enjoys depicting ballplayers from the distant past. Funny as it might sound, adding color to something that has always been thought of as black and white really helps. That's part of the reason I love painting the 19th-century guys so much. It's almost like they're viewed in this separate era where life was just grainy and drab. I love being able to show people that these ballplayers were real people, flesh and blood.
Whats up on Kreindlers easel as we speak? Several paintings, including a portrait of Joe DiMaggio, one of Babe Ruth from spring training in 1916, one of Pittsburgh Pirates Hall of Famer Fred Clarke, and a large piece depicting the 1927 Yankees.
The artists versatility is probably best conveyed by another work in progre s, a painting of a current player, Ichiro Suzuki, as a member of Japans Orix Tom Waddle Jersey Blue Wave. Hunkered down at his Brooklyn studio, Graig Kreindler continues to document the history of baseball in loving detail, acro s both ages and continents.
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