Daniel Leeland Woodward**
D. Leeland Woodward has worked with many noted artists in helping to create their style through lithography and color separations, in the process, creating his own unique style of artwork. Painting and drawing his whole life, Leeland puts a fresh spin on his paintings, creating moods and movement that draw you in to the picture. Leeland is a Master Printer and Chromist who was mentored by, and studied under Jean Pierre Remond, undeniably the most noted living Chromist in the world.
A Dominant Force
A Dominant Force Coming from Compton, California, you have to be tuff, and Richard Sherman, #25 of the Seattle Seahawks is absolutely that. He was drafted in the fifth round in 2011 as cornerback for the Seahawks and currently has the third most interceptions and defended passes of anyone in the League today. In 2014 he signed a contract extension with the franchise for $57.4 million, making him the highest paid defensive player ever. This NFL painting is emotional and captures the agony and the ecstasy of professional football. You don’t need to be a Seahawks fan to love this NFL art. Fantasy football fans will love it too. It belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL memorabilia.
In a New York Minute
In a New York Minute This wonderfully impressionistic NFL painting of a New York Jets receiver making it over the goal line just in front of a Miami Dolphins tackle happens in mere seconds and is almost impossible to beat. You don’t need to be a NY Jets or Dolphins fan to love this NFL art. It’s exciting for all fans, and fantasy football fans will love it too. It belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL memorabilia.
The Calm before the Sack
The Calm Before the Sack is the name given to this NFL painting of the man who coined the term “Sack” itself, #75, Deacon Jones, defensive end and Pro Football Hall of Fame legend who played eleven years for the Los Angeles Rams, two years for the San Diego Chargers, and one year for the Washington Redskins. Deacon Jones perfected the vicious move called the Headslap that was outlawed by the League when he retired, is credited with changing the game of defensive football single handedly, was voted unanimously to the NFL’s All Time 75 Year Team, and after his passing in 2013, is the only player in almost 100 years of the NFL for whom the NFL has created an award in his name that will live forever. You don’t need to be a fan of any team to love this NFL art. The entire feeling of this painting gives a sense of timelessness for all franchises and generations to enjoy. It is an NFL painting of what the National Football League is all about—the very greatest legends of the game forever. It belongs in any man cave or as a sports art collector’s favorite piece of NFL memorabilia.