The first time Tracie Speca-Ventura and Camille Speca toured the club level of Lambeau Field, they asked themselves one simple question.
What are we going to put on these walls?
The architects of Sports & the Arts had ample experience illuminating stadiums and arenas across the country with artwork, but few matched the history of the Packers.
Working hand-in-hand with the organization over the past two years, the sisters-in-law put together a team of artists – both local and throughout the country—to illustrate the story of one of America’s most iconic franchises.
The fruits of those labors finally came to light this week with the unveiling of more than 500 pieces of artwork, photos and graphics decorated around Lambeau Field’s interior.
A stroll through the fourth, fifth and sixth level of the club area will give fans a chance to relive some of the franchise’s greatest moments through a medley of mixed media paintings, collages and renderings.
“I remember the very first time I walked through some of the areas and saw some of the artwork —it took my breath away,” Packers President/CEO Mark Murphy said. “Obviously the Packers have great history and tradition. I think our fans will really relate to this. It celebrates our history and our tradition in a very different way. I think the passion of our fans will really come through when they see this.”