I’m thrilled to share that I’ve been commissioned the design of an exciting public art project in the heart of Sacramento’s River District at the Richards Boulevard Office Complex.
The campus is located at the confluence of the Sacramento and the American Rivers . This convergence of the two streams of water and energy, create a dynamic and transformational flow, a metaphor of the flow of life, a transition from the past to the future, blending to create vitality and connection.
My design for the Grand Façade imagines the importance of water to life on this planet and specifically to the City of Sacramento. As sea levels arise and climate change affects our cities, I feel it’s important to look at water as the vital, spiritual, and restorative source that connects us all, to each other, and to our landscape.
Capitalizing on this grand scale, this public art commission has provided me with the opportunity to create an iconic and emblematic image in the Sacramento River District that will stand for decades to come. Project to be completed by the end of 2023
Big gratitude to Dyson and Womack, California Department of General Services and ZGF Architects for your trust, support, and guidance during this process.
Public art commission from the State of California with Dyson & Womack, public art consultants
The Grand Façade
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth