public art Blogs

tempe's "hello friday"

Right time right place for escaping the pending summer heat.

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bill's markers

Every once in a while, I test my colored markers...

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Arizona's public art

During the annual American Institute of Architects Arizona Conference, I enjoyed lunch next to these Joan Waters creations.

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Maggie's stained glass

I enjoyed this art installation at the celebration of the new Hanna House (one of the Maggie's Place homes) in Mesa.

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Fairy Duster bloom's matching paint color

We refer to the surrounding natural environment to inspire our color selections for a project. These Little Leaf Palo Verde blooms are a nice match to this Sherwin-Williams color chip. Depending on the variety of Palo Verde tree, the colors will vary. This "Funky" match is a soft pastel yellow with a hint of green.

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Palo Verde bloom's paint color match

These Little Leaf Palo Verde blooms are a nice match to this Sherwin-Williams color chip.

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32nd Street's public art for Phoenix

I recently teamed with local metal sculptor Gary Slater to work with the various neighborhoods along 32nd Street to determine how to introduce public art for fellow travelers(whether on feet, on bikes, or in automobiles)within the pending city improvements.

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bill's Greer "red house" and other sketches

My Greer Village sketches are on display at Apache County's Public Library in St. Johns  Arizona during the 2015 months of January  and February.

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Tempe's character

I have been helping planners within the city of Tempe generate some images, in response to recent community meetings.

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phoenix's walkable future

March is a great time to hike around our Arizona Sonoran Desert. It is also a nice time to walk around Phoenix.

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