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Yawkey Way

I arrived at Fenway Park for the legendary seventh game of the American League Championship Series hours before the start of the game. I wanted to savor the festive Fenway experience, which starts hours before the first pitch. Little did I know that the festivities would continue for several weeks to come as the Boston Red Sox sent on to win the 2007 World Series.

I set up my easel on the famous Yawkey Way – named for the long-time Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey – where a statue of the legendary Ted Williams greets Sox fans getting a head start on game day festivities. Colorful booths selling t-shirts and memorabilia, banners strung across the street, raucous taverns…all establish a carnival atmosphere.

Yawkey Way is the first watercolor study I’ve ever offered as a limited edition canvas. Fans crowded around me as I set up my easel across from Gate D to paint. For the many enthusiastic comments it was obvious my tribute to game day should be made available to Red Sox fans everywhere.

  • Yawkey Way is named for the long-time Red Sox owners Tom and Jean Yawkey. In 1934, the left-field scoreboard was added and, running vertically down the scoreboard – between the columns of out-of-town scores – are the initials “TAY” and “JRY” displayed in Morse code as a memorial to theĀ former Red Sox owners.
  • Yawkey Way is the first limited edition watercolor canvas study released by Thomas Kinkade.
  • The physical address for Fenway Park is: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, Massachusetts.
  • On Yawkey Way, fans will be greeted by the statue of the legendary Ted Williams, one of the heroes in the history of baseball.
Title Yawkey Way
Published March 2008
Style Watercolor Study
Subject Location Yawkey Way in Boston, Massachusetts

Image Size

16" x 20"

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