By Carol Zaloom
by Mikhail Horowitz
baseball, painted deer hide, c. 20,000 BCE
“signed” with representations of their totem animals
by members of the Altamira Bisons and Chauvet Ponies, is believed
to be the oldest ball ever found. Carbon dated to 20,000 BCE,
it was unearthed in the Dordogne by a latter-day shaman emerging
from a trance, shortly after chanting “Lascaux Mets!
information, or if you are interested in purchasing or commissioning
work, please call Carol at (845) 246-7441.