TPK Golf Presents the Bud Chapman Golf Art Collection
MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Artful. Most country clubs are. Whether traditional wood paneled lobbies or modern clubhouses with soaring spaces.
?Perfect setting for the notable "18 Infamous Golf Holes," by Loyal H. Bud Chapman of Minnesota.
?Vintage whimsy. A charming historical collection for the country club or corporate art, also available for the discerning collector. This original giclee now is signed special limited edition via TPK Golf. www.tpkgolf.com
?A nationally reknown purveyor of fine leather golf accessories, TPK Golf is the official art dealer of the "18 Infamous Golf Holes" Collection. TPK Golf CEO Vlad Gribovsky is delighted to be representing this 35 year old historical collection of whimsical golf art.
This collection is available as a digital original giclee. Ideal for the country club or corporate spaces, or other hospitality venue, or as a gallery exhibit.
Individual prints will also be available for the discerning collector.
Each giclee is hand signed and remarqued and are authentic replicas of the original watercolor
More about this vibrant golf art collection.
The artist, Loyal H. "Bud" Chapman is a native of Minnesota, was born 1923.
He began painting at an early age and played his first round of golf as a caddie at the age of 12 at Interlachen Country Club, the site where Bobby Jones finalized his grand slam. As a boy he caddied for legendary golfer Patty Berg.
During World War II he flew B-29's, and following the war he attended Walker Art School in Minneapolis, and later opened his own art studio, starting a career as a commercial artist.
The first effort rendering whimsical interpretation of demanding golf courses was entitledVictoria Falls Golf Club. Seventeen more golf holes followed over the next 10 years that became the 18 Infamous Golf Holes Collection.
Each original giclee is watercolor and pencil, plus mastery for matching palette as a series hallmark.
Each print is 28" x 36" including border (image size: 23 x 29.5")
A magnificent verdant "wall" or artful themed grouping.