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"Painting is a gift. Working with great people is my passion. Being fortunate enough to make an impact partnering with  charitable causes is my purpose."

-Cortney Wall    

About the Artist  

Cortney Wall is one of the few female sports artists in the country.  Her work has been commissioned by some of the top athletes and organizations in the sports world, including the New York Yankees, The Baltimore Orioles, the USTA Foundation, The Negro League Baseball Museum, The Players Alliance and many others   

You’ll find her paintings in the collections of museums, corporations, executives,

professional athletes and philanthropists. 


Her passion, presence and unique style of painting using sports equipment (such as baseball bats, footballs, tennis balls, hockey sticks and tennis balls) have added an unforgettable angle to numerous events and fundraisers. And, most importantly, her artwork has helped raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for charities across the country. 

Cortney has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs, most notably, MLB network in 2021, 2017, and 2015 where she was interviewed with eleven of her paintings on Martin Luther King Day, discussing the Negro Leagues as inspiration for those works of art. 

She is most proud of her partnership with Fanatics and a proud philanthropic partner with the Women's Sports Museum of which she is also on the Board of Directors.  Her work has helped raise money for The Joe Namath Charitable Foundation, The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, The Players Alliance, The Baltimore Orioles Foundation, Building Homes for Heroes, Bernie Williams and the All Star Band raising awareness for IPF,  The Perfect 33 Foundation, The David Cone Foundation, The Git-R-Done Foundation, The Ferguson Jenkins Foundation, The Chris Canty Foundation, Morristown Memorial Hospital, and Hackensack University Medical Center where five of her murals are hanging to uplift the patients and all who pass through the halls.



“Cortney Wall is a superb artist.  Cortney recently performed at two Building Homes for Heroes charitable events.  One of which was our Annual Honoree Dinner that took place in June in New York at the beautiful Battery Gardens Restaurant.  The other event took place in August at our Annual Long Island Golf Outing at the Rockville Links Country Club in Rockville Centre. Cortney created two beautiful patriotic inspired paintings.  The paintings were auctioned off at the end of the evening at both events and helped raised funds for Building Homes for Heroes. Thank you Cortney for your support, interest and devotion to our Veterans.  We commend you. We look forward to seeing you next year!”


-Carolyn Paszke, Director of Special Events and Corporate Relations, Building Homes for Heroes


"The Chris Canty Foundation is extremely grateful to partner with Cortney to raise awareness for literacy education for youth at the Champions Golf Classic. Her work was amazing and well received by our supporters. Chris and I look forward to partnering with her in the future to raise awareness about the Foundations programs and initiatives."


--Joe Canty, President/Chairman Chris Canty Foundation



“Cortney is a very talented and accomplished young lady and has a great career ahead of her. I hope she will come back and do another painting for one of our events in the future.”


-Fergie Jenkins, Chairman, Fergie Jenkins Foundation (Baseball HOF ’91)



"Cortney is an incredible artist, truly talented and inspiring for all ages. She recently led the 2020 Orioles Youth Community Art Workshop during our Fifth Annual Athletes and Artists Charity Weekend in Sarasota, Florida. Cortney led children ranging from the ages 5 to 17 from the Face Autism organization in creating their own "Dream Jersey." We commend Cortney for her support and dedication to help and inspire children explore and practice their interest in the arts. We look forward to partnering with her in the future to raise awareness regarding the Baltimore Orioles Foundation initiatives in promoting and supporting art's education in the Sarasota and Baltimore community." 

-Baltimore Orioles Foundation 

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