If you've ever wanted original paintings of your favorite Nets player, now's your chance. But if the price is too steep ($10,000), you can view them on the main concourse of Barclays Center. It's part of the arena's continuing organization of art works, which already includes a mural at the Dean Street entrance and the Black Fives exhibit dedicated Monday.
Victory Fine Art, the NBA's official artwork licensee, will officially unveil its Brooklyn Nets Art Collection before the Lakers game at Barclays Center. The art, featuring original and limited edition pieces of Joe Johnson, Brook Lopez and Deron Williams, will be shown in the Honda Club, from 5:30pm to 5:45pm.
Chris Carrino, will introduce representatives of Victory Fine Art who will unveil the Brooklyn Nets collection of original paintings.
In addition to celebrating their permanent art display on the main concourse at Barclays Center, Victory Fine Art will auction off an autographed original painting of Joe Johnson. All proceeds will go to the Joe Johnson Foundation. Johnson will also autograph a limited number artist replicas with a portion of the proceeds from each sale going to the his foundation. The new autographed original and limited artist replicas will be made available on brooklynnets.com/artwork, at the same time as the press conference.