Lee Walton featured at the Atlanta Airport

To welcome the 2017 baseball season, artist Lee Walton has created a series of 15 drawings based on significant games in Atlanta Braves history for the Atlanta Airport Art Program. In these visual box scores, Walton constructs a system that translates and records the action of the games into the drawings before you. Acting as a visual guide for a live athletic performance, Walton's system interprets the unfolding game; curved graphite lines stand for base hits; a fly ball out is a straight line and angle; a double is a wide stripe running top to bottom; a home run is a thick dark blue line across paper; areas of wash represent strikeouts and walks; errors are bright green line segments. For more information and images of the 15 drawings, please visit Lee Walton's website.