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                  June 7, 2013

Insky's Storefront Greetings!

Fathers Day is just over a week away, so it is time to get serious about shopping for that special Dad in your family.  If you are interested in something a little different this year,then you will find some great gift ideas in our Gallery.   


Give a gift that lasts, give the gift of art this Father's Day!

We have some great Father's Day gifts in the Gallery, especially for those serious Alabama Football Fans. 


From Thomas Kinkade and Mark Keathley we have several paintings that Dad would love to have hanging in his study or office, starting with "Away From It All" which is featured to the right.


And if you are looking for something different for your Alabama Football fans then we have it...We have 3 paintings, by artist Rick Rush, that celebrate the rich tradition of the University of Alabama Football, that are very limited and unique.


We also have art for Dad starting at $89


Visit the Gallery to see what a great selection of art we have to offer   

Crimson Dynasty Sketch
 Crimson Dynasty 
America's Sports Artist Rick Rush has woven several monumental moments from the 2012 National Championship game into his painting entitled Crimson Dynasty. At the foreground, runningback and Offensive MVP Eddie Lacy (#42) spins around and breaks through the Notre Dame Fighting Irish defense on a twenty-yard touchdown run on the opening drive of the game. From left to right: Barrett Jones (#75), A.J. McCarron (#10), D.J. Fluker (#76), Anthony Steen (#61), Eddie Lacy (#42), and Chance Warmack (#65). The Notre Dame player at the foreground is Manti Te'o
The middleground of Crimson Dynasty features two vignettes. On the right side, Ha-ha Clinton Dix (#6) intercepts a pass deflected by the hands of Dee Miliner (#28). On the left, the play following the turnover is depicted as Amari Cooper (#9) is seen catching a 34-yard touchdown pass
In the background of Crimson Dynasty, a mass of Crimson Tide players celebrate Alabama's 15th National Championship, and gather around Coach Nick Saban as he holds the Coach's Trophy. 
In addition this is the first painting to Nick Saban's wife, Terry.
Limited Edition Canvas Giclee
18"x27" SN
$895 framed

Crimson Dominance Crimson Dominance 

America's Sports Artist Rick Rush has woven several monumental moments from the 2011 National Championship game into his painting entitled Crimson Dominance. At the foreground, quarterback and Offensive MVP A.J. McCarron (#10) hands off to unanimous All-American and Heisman Trophy finalist Trent Richardson (#3) on the touchdown run. Offensive linemen include: unanimous All-American and Outland Trophy winner Barrett Jones (#75), Alfred McCullough (#52), D.J. Fluker (#76), and fullback Brad Smelley (#47).


The middleground of Crimson Dominance features three vignettes, from left-to-right: Kicker Jeremy Shelley (#90), who scored 15 points. LSU's Jordan Jefferson is gang-tackled by consensus All-American Dont'a Hightower (#30), Tre DePriest (#33), Nick Gentry (#58), and Courtney Upshaw (#41). Linebacker C.J. Mosley (#32) intercepts Jordan Jefferson

In the background of Crimson Dominance, a mass of Crimson Tide players celebrate Alabama's 14th National Championship, and gather around Coach Nick Saban as he holds the Coach's Trophy.

Limited Edition Canvas Giclee
18"x27" SN  #30/114
$895 framed


Crimson Dominance Original Working Sketch
The original working color study used by artist Rick Rush to paint Crimson Dominance, celebrating the University of Alabama's 14th National Championship.  It is framed with the artist's notes and commentary for the painting and is hand signed by Rick Rush
This is an 'original', one of a kind item.  Coach Saban has usually gotten these original sketches.  It is truly for someone who wants something extremely collectible, special and unique.  The artist Rick Rush was Sports Artist of the Year for 2011 by the United States Sports Academy.  Mr. Rush is an accomplished and well respected throughout the art world for his work.
Original Color Study
19.75"x28" framed

Nothing But Winners Nothing But Winners
It is nearly impossible to imagine, but football was once an unknown thing in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. But, that was well over a hundred years ago. In the early days, from 1893 to 1914, games were played on the 22-acre Quad, often against a hodgepodge of high school and athletic club opponents, and admission was often as much as a half-dollar (a good amount of money in the late 1800's). Now, games are played in Bryant-Denny Stadium, the fifth largest stadium in the nation, with a capacity of 101,821 and a television and internet audience of millions. Tickets are priced considerably higher, as well. Rick Rush's "Nothing But Winners" illustrates the most glorious eras in Alabama's long and storied football history.



The focal point of his painting is the National Championship winning coaches, from left-to-right:

* Wallace Wade, who won National Championships in 1925, 1926, and 1930
* Frank Thomas, who won National Championships in 1934 and 1941
* Paul "Bear" Bryant, who won National Championships in 1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, and 1979

* Gene Stallings, who won a National Championship in 1992
* Nick Saban, who won a National Championship in 2009 and 2011 

Click here for more details about this painting 


Limited Edition Canvas Giclee

18"x 27" SN #34/200

$595 framed


Away From It All "Away From It All" 
    by Thomas Kinkade

The moon watches over the forest's transition from day to night as the lone fisherman returns to his welcoming cabin after a long day on the river.  With the soothing sounds of the waterfall and the crackling of the campfire, his faithful companion waits patiently for his return.  It is my hope and prayer that as you journey with me, you will find the calm and inner peace one can discover being "Away From It All"  Thomas Kinkade


Limited Edition Canvas Giclee
Sizes:  20x26; 24x20; 30x24; 40x32
Starting at $860 framed


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