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Henderson celebrates the legacy of professional baseball in a symmetrical mirrored composition of the iconic contours of members of both the White Sox and the historic Negro League (who played their East-West All Star games at Comisky Park).
In the lower panels, central figure(s) Jackie Robinson’s arm extends into the upper panels representing his ‘breaking of the color line’- ending segregation in the major leagues.
The imagery in the upper panels reflects this change over decades in its patterning of the diversity of these White Sox ‘greats’.

Game Changer
Game Changer
art glass