Description Augusta National Golf Club Masters Amen Corner Hole 12 Golden Bell Art golf course oil painting art print 3000 12x36 up to 24x72. Golden Bell Hole 12 is a par 3 with Hogan Bridge on the left and Nelson Bridge on the right that span over Rae's Creek. Golden Bell is the second hole of the famous Amen Corner. Augusta National Golf Club is the home of the Masters Tournament of the PGA Tour. Amen Corner features Hole 11 White Dogwood, Hole 12, Golden Bell, and Hole 13 Magnolia. Landmarks at Augusta National Golf Club include Magnolia Lane, Founders Circle, Crow's Nest, Rae's Creek, Hogan Bridge, Nelson Bridge, Sarazen Bridge, Eisenhower Tree, Butler Cabin, Ike's Pond, Arnold Palmer Plaque, Jack Nicklaus Plaque, Eisenhower Cabin, Record Fountain
StadiumArt .com Member Since June 2013 Artist Statement Rich Image features the art and photography of Phil Reich and other talented artists. Phil is a famed sports photographer and artist who focuses on golf, college football, major league baseball, other sports and subjects.
His golf portfolio includes Augusta National Golf CLub, Pebble Beach Golf Links, St. Andrews Old Course, TPC Sawgrass, Harbour Town, Riviera, etc...
Football photos include the Tennessee Vols, Georgia Bulldogs, Alabama Crimson Tide, Florida Gators, Vanderbilt Commodores, Tennessee Titans, etc..
Phil has also photographed major league ball parks. A partial list includes Wrigley Field Home of the Chicago Cubs, Fenway Park Home of the Boston Red Sox, Yankee Stadium (new and old) Home of the New York Yankees, Citi Field (and Shea Stadium) Home of the New York Mets, Camden Yard Home of the Baltimore Orioles, Jacobs Field Home of the Cleveland Indians, Comerica Park Home of the Detroit Tigers, Turner Field Home of the Atlanta Braves, Busch Stadium Home of the St. Louis Cardinals, Tropicana Field Home of Tampa Bay Rays, PNC Park Home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Great American Park Home of the Cincinnati Reds.
Phil's marketing career in ad agency creative design has influenced him for various styles of abstract to photo realism to iconic art. Just like he would solve a client's strategy while maintaining or developing their corporate identity, Phil ventures into creative projects and mediums. His interest ranges from sports to nature to high tech.