Edward Fielding sold a 30.00″ x 30.00″ print of Pinball Machine Watercolor to a buyer from New Albany, OH.
This pinball machine watercolor featuring a close up of a bumper with the words “Moves 10X Target When Lit” is going to look fantastic in the game room of the buyer.
I’m a life long pinball machine fan myself and I’m the proud owner of a slightly beat up copy of a Gottlieb “Wipeout” machine with a downhill skiing and snowboarding theme.
Nothing beats the mechanical action of a pinball machine. No video game or iPad app can replace the actual physics of a metal ball spinning around on a waxed surface carreening off bumpers, posts, targets, jets, spinners and of course flippers.
A friend of ours has a great collection of three pinball machines including a mint Twilight Zone, a mint Adams Family and a Getaway pinball machine. I wish I had the room for more machines (and wish they were more affordable!).
from Wikipedia: Pinball is a type of arcade game, usually coin-operated, in which points are scored by a player manipulating one or more steel balls on a play field inside a glass-covered cabinet called a pinball machine. The primary objective of the game is to score as many points as possible. Points are earned when the ball strikes different targets on the play field. A drain is situated at the bottom of the play field, partially protected by player-controlled plastic bats called flippers. A game ends after all the balls fall into the drain. Secondary objectives are to maximize the time spent playing (by earning “extra balls” and keeping the ball in play as long as possible) and to earn bonus games (known as “replays”).