Artist Christiaan Bekker Sports Wildlife Paintings

Skins Game Limited Editions for sale!

Golf Senior Skin Game painting

Golf Seniors Skins Game in Hawaii 2000 collectible memorabilia

Golf Seniors Skins Game Hawaii Limited Edition Artwork painted in January 2000.

These four golf legends, Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus were the first to play the very first golf skins game and this is the last time they would play it together.

Therefore, the artist will sign and number only 42 limited edition prints  30″ x 49″ in size (reproductions on canvas)

The other noteworthy story is that Tom Watson’s father collapsed earlier in the week at the Champion Tour MasterCard tournament held also on the big island at Hualalai Resort.

The senior Mr. Watson passed away on Oahu and Tom playing in the last Skins game was clearly at question. Jim Colbert, PGA Tour veteran was on the Mauna Lani property as a backup in the event Watson was to pull out for understandable reasons. Bruce Edwards, Watson’s long time caddy circled the pro shop and gave Mike Lattuca the wink meaning Tom was playing. Tom then signed the original painting

Also, your print will  include a COA (certificate of authenticity) with your order.

All four players signed the original oil painting which was appraised at $110,000  shortly after the tournament ended.

We do not stretch or frame the print.


golf seniors skins game  Arnold Palmer signs painting

Arnold Palmer signs the painting on the driving range in Hawaii.

Tom Watson signs the original painting with “The Golf Channel” camera captures the moment.


golf seniors skins game Tom Watson signature on painting

golf seniors skins game Jack Nicklaus signature on painting

Gary Player signature on painting

Arnold Palmer signature on painting

SHIPPING:  Please allow some time for shipping. First, the publisher will ship the print to the artist to be signed and then you will receive your giclee in a few days. 

If you have any questions, feel free to call or text Christiaan Bekker at 574-386-3345

Get one of only 42 giclee canvas prints HERE

Get one of only 500 gloss museum paper prints HERE

Sports Wildlife Artist

Sports wildlife artist, Christiaan Bekker, creates realistic art pieces. First of all, his paintings have a touch of abstractionism with rich colors. However, the artistic strokes with his knives leaves an authentic feel of original art. This is an opportunity to buy wildlife and sports paintings directly from the artist. Furthermore, high quality canvas and gloss prints are also available for sale.

The artist also offers personalized paintings on easy monthly installments with a low down payment. Commission a custom oil painting on canvas by world renown artist on a credit line. Have a look at multiple pieces already commissioned by art collectors and establishments just like the University of Alabama.

You can also order a custom painting created just for you! Your unique ideas or your own exclusive picture that may include any subject.  Animals, people, landmarks, sea and landscapes.

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What is new by the sports wildlife artist?

Christiaan Bekker created this colorful male lion on the attack. The original oil painting is 24″ x 30″ in size. An aggressive glimpse at an African lion charging it’s prey. Prints now available in our Art Store.

african lion charging attack

Original works of art and high quality prints



African Elephant print in New Jersey

sports wildlife artist african elephant painting

Recent news – A print of this painting is now hanging at the New Jersey State House in Trenton, NJ – USA







School Project artist Christiaan bekker“Hi, my name is Meghan Finnan and I’m 16 years old. This year I’m doing my junior cert (exams in Ireland), and as part of my final project for art. I had to pick an artist that inspired my project and I picked you. 

My project is based on elephants and when I was researching artists paintings that I liked. I came across one of yours that I absolutely loved. Just wanted to let you know that I love your work, and tell you that it inspired me to create my own!”