SOUTH TEXAS BLOOD AND TISSUE CENTER
Inspired by cowboy handkerchiefs, the four triangular wall hangings were designed and cut from heavy PVC plastic by the artist, working with architect, Tim Blonquist, for installation in the children’s’ wing. South Texas animals, birds and habitat are depicted in the “Peaceable Kingdom” series.
VIA BUS SHELTERS
The San Antonio VIA metropolitan transit, chose three designs by the artist, for cut metal bus shelter panels. They portray West side historic landmarks, including the Woodlawn Lake light house, located near the shelter installation.
GATE FOR GRANDVIEW HOME
Commissioned by an Alamo Heights couple, the lilac colored cut metal fence suggests a wisteria covered trellis with local birds and animals peeping through the cascading blossoms.
PANELS FOR CLEVELAND PARK IN EL PASO
These panels were based on historic landmarks and wildflowers of El Paso. Commissioned by
NYC architects, Bill and Mary Buchin for the City of El Paso, the laser cut metal panels are found in the downtown museum district.
ATT CENTER IN SAN ANTONIO
The 18 ft. high, 6 ft. wide window screen panels, were designed and cut to highlight the many different celebrations during the year, starting at the base of the cut plastic panels with scenes from the S.A. Riverwalk, moving upwards to reveal other events in parks and neighborhoods throughout the City. Smaller 2’ by 3’ wide plastic banners were also designed and cut to ha
BROOK CITY BASE (part 1 of 2)
The seven 6’ high panels were commissioned by the NRP Group, for the Kennedy Apartments at Brooks City Base. The cut metal installation depicts the evolution of the historic US Air Force Base into a civilian residential and commercial complex. One panel illustrates the historic airplane hanger.