This statue was painted by artist Brian Condron and was on display in the Thomas Paine Plaza at City Hall.
Now is your chance to own one of the Phillie Phanatic statues.
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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: Brian's work incorporates two of his passions: sports and art.
Brian showed an interest in art at an early age, in particular painting and drawing. He also excelled in sports, playing football and baseball. His first commission was a highly-praised mural for the Widener Memorial School in Philadelphia.
Brian attended Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa., where he studied art and played football. He graduated with a Bachelor in Fine Arts with a concentration in drawing and painting.
After college, Brian continued to hone his drawing techniques, receiving accolades for much of his work. Among them, a second place finish in 2001 and top honors in 2002 at the Wildwood Civic Association's annual art show and sale in Wildwood, NJ.
While Brian was attending memorabilia shows, he realized he enjoyed collecting images of childhood heroes and memorable moments in athletic history. As a result, he decided to combine his love of sports and art into his work.
Brian is now a commissioned artist, working out of his private studio in Tinton Falls, NJ. His art covers various subject matter, although his main interest remains concentrated in the marriage of sports and drawing.
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