Birds art on display and auction at Arch Enemy Arts

This month, Philadelphia Eagles are bringing together two of the city’s biggest loves — sports and art — to take action for autism.

From April 11 to 14, the Eagles and Old City gallery Arch Enemy Arts will showcase unique pieces from 35 artists from the Greater Philadelphia area that highlight the team’s relationship with Philly. The exhibition “Green is the Heart Inspired” will benefit the Eagles Autism Foundation

“We are excited to celebrate the intersection of Eagles football and Philly’s vibrant art scene with this new exhibit,” said Eagles Autism Foundation Executive Director Ryan Hammond. “This will serve as a great opportunity to honor our team’s history, showcase the talented artists in our community, and raise important funds for autism research and care programs.”

The show was inspired by the gameday poster series that the Eagles have run for the past five seasons, Eagles senior graphic designer Matthew Schwenk told Billy Penn. The overwhelming positive response from fans and artists inspired Schwenk to lean further into the fine art world to “put their work towards the Eagles and how they would interpret how the Eagles matter to Philadelphia.”

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