Birmingham artist Steve Skipper could always depend on his big brother to critique his work, for 30 years.
And, Another Thing...
This spring, oil painting, as Steve worked on his latest painting of University of Alabama football standout Trent Richardson making a 57-yard run against Auburn in the Iron Bowl, there was no feedback. Don Skipper was gone. Don had passed about three or four months ago. He had cancer.
As Steve was about to finish a commissioned piece to commemorate Auburn's national football championship, Don called to say he had cancer.
Steve recently talked about his brother as he revealed the Richardson painting at the inauguration of the new Butler's Grooming for Men inside of Saks Fifth Avenue at Birmingham's Summit, where Steve's paintings line the walls of the salon.
Steve will conduct another big reveal at Butler's Grooming, on July 15. This time it'll be of the commissioned piece he did, depicting Auburn's national championship win in 2011. The painting includes Cam Newton, Nick Farley, Animal Oil Painting, Kodi Burns, Coach Gene Chizik, and Landscape Oil Painting. Steve said Chizik will be at Butler's Grooming on July 15 to help with the reveal.
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