Includes paintings, prints, photographs and one sculpture
Location: Terrace Club and Suite Levels
A collection of 43 paintings, prints and photographs, as well as a sculpture of a larger-than-life umpire-all on loan from the T-Mobile Park art collection-are exhibited on the Terrace Club and Suite Levels of the ballpark. The collection features original works by regional artists and reproductions of photos documenting the rich history of baseball in the Northwest. All celebrate the game and the basic values of sportsmanship and fair play. The largest piece is "Safe," a giant umpire by Scott Fife. Standing over six-feet tall and 92-inches from outstretched fingertip to fingertip, the life-like sculpture is posed in a crouch to call a runner safe. Inspired by a 1955 image of Emmett Ashford, the first African American umpire in the Pacific Coast League, the sculpture is made of archival cardboard, drywall screws, glue and acrylic paint. "Safe" towers over the Terrace Club lounge on the First Base side of the ballpark.