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We are currently seeking artist proposals to design, fabricate and install a permanent outdoor public artwork for the new Scottsdale Museum of the West (SMoW), located in downtown Scottsdale, Arizona.
Simon Donovan and Ben Olmstead of Tucson will be installing Aspire, an artwork inspired by its location near the airpark, in the center of Scottsdale’s first arterial roundabout.
A project to enhance and revitalize Marshall Way between Indian School Road and 5th Ave.
New York artist Ed Purver has proposed an interactive light project that will enhance the iconic shade structure at SkySong for this project.
Jeff Zischke will create eight welded sculptures in the shape of magnified seeds and seed pods from common Sonoran Desert plants for the park.
Artist Chris Fennell will create a temporary art installation at the site of the City of Scottsdale Water Resources Department’s North Indian Bend Wash water treatment facility.
Artist Mary Lucking plans to engage the imagination.
Artist Jeff Zischke designs to animate and display the charisma of WestWorld.
Artist Jason Griffiths is enchancing aesthetic needs through the entry way of this building will linear arches.
Artist Robert Adams designs a strong component to bring to central Scottsdale.
Artist Stacy Levy proposes a colorful new landmark for the Indian Bend Wash Bridge.
Artist Philip K. Smith III merges the precision and purity of geometry with the immeasurable organic qualities of the hand and nature.
New York artist Jody Pinto is working with local engineering firm Olsson and Associates on the design team developing the master plan for the last stretch of canal path improvements in Scottsdale.