“The Captain” Steve Yzerman Stanley Cup Playoff-Winning Goal

Here is a still from a commissioned painting commemorating the 1996 Game 7 series winner against Wayne Gretzky and the St. Louis Blues. This goal marked Yzerman as Detroit’s most famous sporting hero, and the goal as his signature moment. Named captain of the Detroit Red Wings at age 21, Yzerman personified the drive, work ethic and desire of Detroit’s Stanley Cup teams during the modern era.

You will also notice the studio’s most famous visitor…our dog “Sophie”!

Sports And Art To Be Featured At The Fashion Institute Of Technology In New York City This Fall

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 7, 2015
Contact: The Tony Capparelli Studio
201-694-0343
tonycartist@hotmail.com

SPORTS AND ART TO BE FEATURED AT THE FASHION INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY IN NEW YORK CITY THIS FALL

This Fall The Fashion Institute of Technology will be hosting “Tony Capparelli’s Art of Sport” at Gallery FIT, located on 27th Street and Seventh Avenue in New York City.

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