Artist Fox to Paint Live at Boston’s First UFC Fan Expo

Aug 28, 2010
(PRESS RELEASE) -- With the city of Boston buzzing about its first ever UFC fight card on August 28, nationally renowned artist Brian Fox today announced the unveiling of his 4 ft x 6 ft one-of-a-kind painting of Chuck Liddell vs. Tito Ortiz and live painting exhibition during the UFC 118 Fan Expo.

Fox, who partners with NGAUGE, will have art on display, as well as prints for sale at the NGUAGE Booth #2808. The goal of NGUAGE is to provide Mixed Martial Arts enthusiasts with the highest quality artist representation of their sport.

Other events held by NGAUGE at UFC 118 Fan Expo include:
• "So you think you're smarter than a UFC Octagon girl?" – Friday, August 27th, 3pm – 4 pm, Main Stage
• Professional UFC fighter Stephan Bonnar, a partner in NGAUGE, will host “Share a Punch with Stephan Bonnar” on Friday, August 27th from 5pm – 7 pm, at NGAUGE’s Booth #2808.

Based out of Massachusetts, Fox has defined himself as one of the top artists in the field of “sports art”. Over the course of his 20-year career, Brian has forged numerous relationships with professional athletes and organizations such as Curt Schilling, Josh Becket, the Major League Baseball Players Association, Rachel Robinson and many more in order to produce one-of-a-kind oil portraits. Many of Brian’s portraits raise substantial money for the athletes’ favorite charitable organizations, including the ALS Association, Major League Baseball Players Trust, Josh Becket Foundation, Providence College and the Jackie Robinson Foundation.

In 2009, Georges St-Pierre (GSP) and Fox teamed up to offer fans the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Champion’s first-ever, individually autographed limited edition prints.

The 100-piece deluxe signed and embellished canvas prints, measuring 30” x 40”, were showcased at UFC 100 Fan Expo in Las Vegas, the biggest event in mixed martial arts history, and are currently available for purchase online at www.brianfoxstudios.com or www.gspfightclub.com.

“I love this painting,” said Georges St-Pierre. “I’m a good guy, and when I fight, I am another guy. Brian’s work shows that to me. He is a master on his canvas, and I am a master on mine. I hope my fans love it as much as I do.”

To view Fox’s artwork or contact the artist directly, please visit www.brianfoxstudios.com.

About Brian Fox
Brian Fox specializes in painting the world’s greatest legends. His forte and passion centers around sports and music but his ability and experience extend far beyond that scope. Brian has painted some of the biggest icons of our time, including the late Jackie Robinson, Keith Richards, Michael Phelps, Johnny Depp, Ray Charles, and Mixed Martial Arts Champion Georges St-Pierre, to name just a few.

Brian’s impeccable draftsmanship, attention to detail and uncanny ability to capture the “look” of his subjects keep his masters of art in high demand. Brian is prominently featured in numerous celebrity events and high-profile charity benefits, always promoting his altruism and passion for expressive, visual art. Brian has teamed up with numerous sports icons over the years to raise money for their favorite charitable organizations. Brian has partnered with Curt Schilling, Josh Beckett, Major League Baseball Players Association, Rachel Robinson and others to raise substantial monies for their charities, including the ALS Association, Major League Baseball Players Trust, Josh Becket Foundation, Providence College and the Jackie Robinson Foundation. Brian Fox’s artwork exhibits and sells throughout the United States. www.brianfoxstudios.com.
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