The Seattle Seahawks Art Museums is welcoming the public to view the collection of framed wall art that was created by the Seattle Seahawks.
The art, made by Seattle artist Michael A. Kish, is on display through the museum’s second season.
The museum is currently in the middle of renovations, which are slated to open to the public in early 2018.
The collection is comprised of over 2,000 pieces and includes a portrait of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, a mural of Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, and an 18-foot-tall portrait of Seattle native Fred Perry, who played for the Seahawks from 1983 to 1996.
In addition, the museum has a sculpture of Seattle Seahawks legend Paul “Bear” Bryant, who died last month at age 83.
The Seahawks will open the Seattle Art Museum to the general public on Jan. 8, 2018, at 3 p.m.
The public will be able to browse the artworks, including the mural, through Feb. 14.
The Seattle Art Museues first season in 2018 will include exhibitions and performances of Seattle artists from the city’s burgeoning creative community, as well as the first-ever exhibition of art from Seattle artists at the University of Washington.