Arthur K. Miller is from York Beach, Maine. His acrylic paintings on masonite are collected internationally, have graced the covers of many publications, and were featured in a one-man show at the National Baseball Hall of Fame for more than five years. A career highlight was having breakfast with Ted Williams in New York prior to a Mets tribute to the Splendid Splinter himself.

See more at Art of the Game.

4 thoughts on “Arthur K. Miller – Art of the Game”

  1. Hello, my name is John. I am a huge football fan and collecting Trading cards is something I did when I was young but started collecting again a little over a year ago. My favorite set that I have started to collect is the 2008 Upper Deck Masterpiece set, in which some of my favorite images were done by you. I know you are all kinds of busy but was hoping you would autograph a couple of the Trading cards if I sent them to you. These are for my personal collection. They will be framed and mounted next to the cards that have been signed by the athletes in the image. Please let me know if this is might be possible. Thank you for taking the time to read this email. My very best wishes to you and your family and have a great and safe new year. God Bless!
    Thank you
    John Reilly

    1. The site merely showcases artists that are remarkable. We have no direct affiliation with MOST of the artists. We have worked with some of them. For Arthur in particular, you can see more of his work, contact him here: Let him know that Baseball Is My Life referred you!

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