Original Colored Pencil 'Happy Face' by Gene Locklear

$ 2,500.00 $ 5,000.00

SKU: 56911

Original work in pencil by well known artist Gene Locklear. This work is titled 'Happy Face'.

Dimensions: 38" x 50" framed. The piece is 24" x 36" unframed. This work features a great sense of realism with earth tone colors. At $2,500.00 this piece is very reasonably priced. Signed by Gene and dated '2002'. Gene's larger works can sell for upwards of $20,000 - $30,000 dollars.

Locklear originals range in size from several inches to over 6 feet, with murals over 30 feet. Gene uses oils, acrylics, acrylic washes, and pencils.

Gene Locklear is a Native American of the Lumbee Tribe. In addition to being an artist Gene played Major League Baseball from 1969 - 1979. He was an outfielder and played for the San Diego Padres, New York Yankees and the Cincinnati Reds. He was a member of Cincinnati's 'Big Red Machine' in the 1970's. Gene transitioned to full time artist once his playing days were over.

He brings an unique background and perspective to his art. He is one of about two dozen Native Americans to play in the Majors. He has specialized in Native American and sports themed art.

His works can be found in the following:

The White House
The Pentagon
Bureau of Indian Affairs
NFL (Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII, XXX)
PGA Phil Mickleson
PGA Tiger Woods
Turner Broadcasting (32 commissioned pieces)

Original Colored Pencil 'Happy Face' by Gene Locklear

Original work in pencil by well known artist Gene Locklear. This work is titled 'Happy Face'.

Dimensions: 38" x 50" framed. The piece is 24" x 36" unframed. This work features a great sense of realism with earth tone colors. At $2,500.00 this piece is very reasonably priced. Signed by Gene and dated '2002'. Gene's larger works can sell for upwards of $20,000 - $30,000 dollars.

Locklear originals range in size from several inches to over 6 feet, with murals over 30 feet. Gene uses oils, acrylics, acrylic washes, and pencils.

Gene Locklear is a Native American of the Lumbee Tribe. In addition to being an artist Gene played Major League Baseball from 1969 - 1979. He was an outfielder and played for the San Diego Padres, New York Yankees and the Cincinnati Reds. He was a member of Cincinnati's 'Big Red Machine' in the 1970's. Gene transitioned to full time artist once his playing days were over.

He brings an unique background and perspective to his art. He is one of about two dozen Native Americans to play in the Majors. He has specialized in Native American and sports themed art.

His works can be found in the following:

The White House
The Pentagon
Bureau of Indian Affairs
NFL (Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII, XXX)
PGA Phil Mickleson
PGA Tiger Woods
Turner Broadcasting (32 commissioned pieces)

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