Neal Portnoy is from Holden, Massachusetts and has been called the Norman Rockwell of sports artists. Caricatures, portraits, sports art, live caricature entertainment, commissioned art… You name it, Neal does it. His original art hangs in the homes of Frank Sinatra, Red Sox Hall of Famer Ted Williams, and golf legend Jack Nicklaus. Charitable works by Neal have helped raise money for such causes as The Jimmy Fund and The Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation for Autism. His sports art ranges from commissioned portraits of “Flutie Thru The Years” and Larry Bird to cover artwork for media guides for Big Ten schools. Neal’s one-man caricature show entertains audiences while he captures people in the moment.
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