The Green Bay Packers froze a moment of time to pay homage to the fan favored Lambeau Leap. This tradition has been enshrined with the unveiling of life-sized bronze sculptures, representing their beloved fans in an open arm embrace. Sculpture Resource Artists, Jessica LoPresti & Oscar Leon, were part of the artist team at the Fine Art Studio of Rotblatt Amrany along with co-artists Sean Bell, Gary Tillery, and Jill Meyerhoff.
The Lambeau Leap was invented by Packers player, LeRoy Butler, during a game in 1993. LeRoy attended the unveiling and thanked the fans for their tremendous support.
Life size bronzes
Green Bay, WI