Your Sports Paintings

Turn your sports action photograph into a unique oil painting. Save that moment!

Breaking Up A Double Play

 

 

Baseball has been the main focus in our family for years.  All of our sons have played and have been coached by my husband.  The newspaper had a great shot of my son sliding in to second base to break up a double play.  Robert managed to catch the feelings of the moment and the love of the game in the large oil painting we purchased from him.  We look at it every day.

Stacy Jones

Play More Golf

One of the main goals of my life has been to "play more golf"  I played with Robert and two other friends at The Homestead in Utah.  He took several photos while we played, one of which he later turned into a cool oil painting that means a lot to me and my family.  It is a great reminder of our friendship and the great times we have shared playing golf.

Brent Stratton

The Dear And The Antelope Play

I wanted to give my husband something special for Father's Day.  We love our horses.  So, I gave Robert several photographs that I had taken of my husband riding his horse on Antelope Island, UT.  Robert used them as a resource to produce a wonderful work of art.  My husband was very happy to get a beautiful painting that we will be able to enjoy for years to come.

Sherry Tuttle

Baseball--Still Alive!

I have been playing little league baseball since I was in the first grade. My Grandpa Jenson gave me this painting to hang in my bedroom.  I love the Yankees. This painting reminds me of all of the hours I have played baseball in my back yard with my dad and my brother.

Jake Giddings

Safe At Home

Pleasnt Grove cathcher Colby Croft made the catch for the force out at home on Murray's Wyatt Woodland.  The Spartans led 6-0, but the Vikings came back with eight over two innings for a 10-7 win

From Deseret Morning News Photo

Great Salt Lake Marina

 

We asked Robert to produce a painting for Cyprus Credit Union to hang at our new Salt Lake City Branch.  He created a great painting showing sail boats docked a the Great Salt Lake Marina.  Our members often comment on how much they enjoy that painting.  Since then, he has done several other paintings that we have been proud to hang in our other branches.

Steve Fifield,  Vice President Branch Services

Fishing In The Desert

This painting was painted on-site (Plein Aire) near the Superstition Mountains east of Mesa Arizona. These fishermen were having the time of their life in the Salt River.

 

8"x10" Oil on canvass

$95.00 with frame

I really enjoyed doing this painting. It was really hard to get these fishermen to stay put.

Robert Jenson