Steelers fans will love this addition to the Christmas tree. Linda Barnicott's ??Game Time at Heinz Field? features the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers merging to form the Ohio River in front of the new home to Black and Gold, Heinz Field. Being the oldest franchise in the AFC, the Steelers have a deep history book, but despite only being 10 years old, the Heinz field chapter is quickly being written.
Its stands can hold over 65,000 members of the Steeler Nation, and since opening the Steelers have not left a single seat empty. In 2007, ESPN's Bill Evans named the "tipping" of the oversized Heinz ketchup bottles atop the scoreboard one of the top ten touchdown celebrations in the NFL. It's Great Hall with its 40,000 square feet of Steelers memorabilia and history, was voted the best concourse in the NFL. There is no doubt, with a beginning like this, that the Steelers, Heinz Field, and Steelers Nation have many more historic memories to be made in this marvelous venue.
Len Youngo has expertly extracted the images captured by Linda Barnicott's painting, and has forever frozen them in a Wendell August steel die. Each ornament that is hand-hammered by our artisan craftsman is unique in and of itself, and comes in a premium gift box worthy of the artistry that it holds. Take home Game Time at Heinz Field from the Artist Series of Wendell August for the Steelers fan in your life. This ornament is dated on the back with its introduction date of 2011.
Available in bronze and aluminum