This is one of the largest of the 300 pieces of art that will be displayed at SunTrust Park. It's by John Robertson of Malibu, California, depicting Dale Murphy leaping to rob a home run.
Photo: John Robertson
Photo: John Robertson

See some of 300 Braves-inspired art pieces that’ll be at SunTrust Park

You may not be going to SunTrust Park for the art, but at least you’ll have something to look at if the Braves are down five runs and things aren’t looking good.

The team announced Wednesday that there will be 300 baseball-inspired pieces of art inside and around the stadium.

A-R-T & Associates, based north of Chamblee, will manage the collection. The styles range from portraits and macro photography to 70 oversized vintage Topps baseball cards. 

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Some pieces will be from local artists, while other displays will be from international artists displaying their work in America for the first time. 

This tomahawk, which will be in the main entrance of SunTrust Park is comprised of more than 17,000 Lego bricks. Alpharetta artist Jason Williams created the piece.
Photo: Courtesy of the Braves

Belgian artist Dominique Lobbestael, for example, who will have portraits of 10 Braves legends in the stadium: Hank Aaron, Bobby Cox, Tom Glavine, Chipper Jones, Greg Maddux, Eddie Mathews, Dale Murphy, Phil Niekro, John Smoltz and Warren Spahn.

One of the most prominent pieces will be an appropriately colored tomahawk made from more than 17,000 LEGO bricks by Alpharetta artist Jason Williams.

Included in the 300 pieces will be a statue of Hank Aaron, which was revealed in a March 29 ceremony , by Bulgarian-born artist Ross Rossin who now lives in Atlanta.

Check out more of the art below courtesy of the Braves:

BEAM Imagination is an Atlanta visual content company that will have its photographs of Braves baseball displayed in the ballpark’s executive offices and SunTrust Park suites.
SPOON, a minimalist and pointillism artist based in Atlanta, will have three large-format paintings, including this one of Hank Aaron’s 715th home run, displayed in the INFINITI Club Corridor.
Richard Sullivan is a Kentucky watercolor artist and former professional baseball player who will have 16 paintings and 20 prints hanging in the Champions Suites and corridor.
Belgian artist Dominique Lobbestael will have 10 portraits of Braves legends, including this one of Hank Aaron, displayed in the Delta SKY360 Club.
Seventy oversized vintage Topps baseball cards dating back to the 1950s printed on wood will be displayed in the Konica Minolta Conference Center.

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