This statue was painted by artist Donnamarie Davis and was on display at the Philadelphia Zoo.
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Phanatic Statue Facts:
- Weight: 100 pounds.
- Height: Six feet tall (from bottom of base to top of statue).
- Contents: Statue is made of fiberglass. Base is made of aluminum.
- Each Phanatic statue stands on a base shaped like home plate.
Phanatic Statue Auction Details:
- 300 lbs. of sand included (optional), packaged in bags. Sand may be used to secure the base of the statue.
- Each statue will be retouched by its artist and restored to its original design as best as possible prior to distribution.
- Winners are responsible for pick up or shipment of their statue from Citizens Bank Park. Statues must be picked up or shipped on a mutually agreed upon date and time following the 2010 Phillies season but no later than November 30, 2010. The Phillies will not package statues for shipment.
ABOUT THE ARTIST: Donnamarie's ties to the Phillies extend back to her great uncle, who helped build Connie Mack Stadium. Born into an artistic family (her grandparents were clothing designers and mother and uncle sang opera), Donnamarie carries on a family tradition of being involved in the arts. She attended the University of the Arts, winning many awards and participating in a variety of exhibitions. Most notably: one of her 3D paintings of a golden-headed Tamarin Lion was selected to raise money for the Philadelphia Zoo primate house when it burned down. She also received a Bronze Award in an international competition in New York. Her work was also placed in various private collections and exhibitions.
Donnamarie's career path took a turn while studying in England, where she helped a woman in an abusive relationship. This experience compelled her to become a lawyer to defend abused women and children. She attended Widener School of Law and currently represents children and adults with special needs.
Donnamarie is also involved with helping to start The Peace Valley Holistic Center, a 501c3 non-profit soon to be a national prototype focusing on autism. But despite all she has been involved with, Donnamarie's art remains a passion:"Like true love, having the heart of an artist is permanent, it never leaves you.