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Besides being a legendary boxing trainer and commentator for ESPN, Teddy Atlas is a humanitarian. 15 years ago he founded the Theodore A. Atlas Foundation in his late father's name to assist people in need who often times have no where else to turn.
These photos are the result of Teddy Atlas Jr. calling late one evening to inquire if Flint... would come down the next day to document the matches between his boys and the West Point Soldiers.
The prints measuring 12x18 are currently on display at the ART BY THE FERRY exhibit at 60 Bay Street in Staten Island.  The Gallery which is across the street from the Staten Island Ferry is open on weekends from noon to 6 pm.   Dear photography collectors, these photos are original creations that have been digitally archivally printed on fiber based paper.  Each print is numbered as a limited edition and comes with an letter of authenticity.  The images will always be important to Flint... as they capture the essence of those striving to make a better future for themselves and their community.
The price-point is only $100 each and 50% goes to the Atlas Foundation. A small investment that will enhance any Art Collection.  Please stop by to enjoy the work of all the artists.