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Margie Lawrence
Javier Báez - Baseball Great, Original Framed Watercolor on Archival Paper

2023

About the Item

Javier Báez was nicknamed "El Mago" (Spanish for "The Magician") when he was a middle infielder for the Detroit Tigers. On the international level, he represents the Puerto Rican national team. Báez was named the National League Championship Series co-MVP alongside left-handed starter Jon Lester as the Chicago Cubs clinched their 2016 National League pennant en route to winning the 2016 World Series. He is a two-time All-Star, as well as a Gold Glove Award, and Silver Slugger Award winner. He is also the cover athlete for MLB The Show 20. Margie Lawrence Javier Báez watercolor and graphite on paper 12.50h x 22.50w in 31.75h x 57.15w cm MAL031 Margie Lawrence b. 1957, Chicago Education School of the Art Institute of Chicago – Illustration, Printmaking, Chicago, IL University of Wisconsin-Madison – Theatre, Madison, WI Drake University, BFA – Theatre, Des Moines, IA National Theatre Institute, Waterford CT Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford, England Exhibitions 2018 Baseball Art, Second Story Studios, Chicago, IL Baseball as Art, Cleveland County Arts Council, Shelby, NC Masterful Moxie – The Power of Art, Dank Haus, Chicago, IL Connections – Exploring the Ties that Bind, Open Walls, Chicago 2017 Group Show, Bergino Baseball Clubhouse, New York, NY Baseball as Art, Cleveland Count Arts Council, Shelby, NC 2015 Group Show, Bergino Baseball Clubhouse, New York, NY Baseball as Art, Cleveland Count Arts Council, Shelby, NC 2014 All Stars of Baseball Art, The Mason Civic League Gallery, Hoboken, NJ Pine Tar Portraits & Other Notables, Firecat Projects, Chicago, IL 2013 Baseball Art Show, George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2012 Group Show, Bergino Baseball Clubhouse, New York, NY Baseball Art Show, George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA Solo Show, Ten Cat, Chicago, IL 2011 Baseball Art Show, George Krevsky Gallery, San Francisco, CA 2000 Erotica Show, Jettsett Gallery/Ed Paschke, Chicago, IL Summer Show, Jettsett Gallery/Ed Paschke, Chicago, IL Solo Show, Ten Cat, Chicago, IL 1999 Baseball Art Show, Excalibur, Chicago, IL Museum Collections National Pastime Museum, San Francisco, CA Negro League Museum, Kansas City, MO Selected Publications From the Heartland, WLUW Radio Interview Rick Kogan, WGN Radio Interview Longtime Cubs Fan Turns Passion to Artwork, Tony Briscoe Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage interview “For the Love of the Game”, Sam Fryberger Jay Shefsky, WTTW Interview Someone You Should Know: Margie Lawrence, Harry Porterfield Turning the Other Cheek Margie Lawrence, Donald G Evans, Can’t Miss Press MLB Blog
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