Public Art

Kickstarter Launch for “Louis” a project for Artprize 8

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Please consider contributing to our Kickstarter for Louis, one of four Featured Public Projects commissioned for Artprize 8 the radically open international art competition that opens September 21, 2016 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. As an artist working in the public realm, I am honored to share Vandenberg Plaza with Calder’s La Grande Vitesse, the first public art work commissioned under the […]


“Louis” selected as featured public project for Artprize 2016

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Selected for Artprize’s new Featured Public Projects “Louis” will be installed on the iconic Calder Plaza for Artprize 8, opening September 21, 2016. On view through October 9, visitors to Grand Rapids will be able to cast their vote for “Louis” in the largest open art competition in world.


“Odin” recognized by Codaworx and Interior Design Magazine, new projects in Seattle and Cambridge

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“Odin” a collaboration between myself, Daniel Bosia and team at AKT II, Tomaz Pisanski and Tom Tucker, supported by the Picker Interdisciplinary Science Institute at Colgate University was just recognized with a merit award in the Education Category of the 2015 Coda Awards, administered by Codaworx and Interior Design Magazine. “Odin” interior detail “Capital” a […]


“Layman” installed for “Space Invaders” at the Lehman College Art Gallery; October 2, 2012 – January 9, 2013; Installation extended through May 2014

"Layman"

Installed at the lower entrance of the Marcel Breuer designed Lehman College Fine Art Building for “Space Invaders” organized by guest curator Karin Bravin, featuring the work of eighteen artists who make use of the unique spaces at Lehman College—both inside the galleries and outside the building. Using the walls, the ceiling, the floor, or […]


Lexington: Concordia installed, dedication July 31st, 5:30 pm at the Downtown Art Center

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  Want to see Lexington’s newest piece of public art? Drive down Main Street to the Downtown Arts Center — and look up. Sitting on the roof of the old Lexington Laundry Co., an early 20th-century art deco building, is a stack of 15 giant steel cylinders. They lean against a taller wall next door, […]