In the ever present challenge to soften the urban landscape, to create municipal centers that are more human, more vibrant, expressive, contemporary, and economically vital, cities are turning to the installations of public art statements. Understanding the necessity of creating urban spaces that connect people to their surroundings, the majority of cities and states throughout the country have adopted ordinances stipulating that a percentage of a public facility’s budget must go towards the installation of art. Gaining momentum since the 1970’s, the art work erected is changing the face of our communities. Everywhere from mass transportation lines to the hallowed halls of our courts, these expressions enliven spaces and provide a public service to the residents by creating an artistic sensibility.
Gaining momentum since the 1970’s, the art work erected is changing the face of our communities.
Introducing glass into the studio, the kiln, the galllery, our repertoire was akin to unearthing Aladdin’s lamp in the backyard.
Murals & Donor Walls
When designed with intention, these walls can bring an artistic dimension to a facility by providing areas of color, texture, dimension and continuity within the building.