Berry Riverside Urban Village
Fort Worth, Texas
Artwork for this community revitalization streetscape project consisted of a series of Art Panels which encapsulate colorful photographic collages. These “urban quilts”, created out of visual remnants of the surrounding community, symbolize the desire to build something new on the community values of the past when the area was a thriving community. Panels were mounted on black poles, installed on two opposite corners of the Berry Riverside Intersection. One of the objectives of the project was to work with project architects so that the artwork was integrated into the streetscape design.
7 Poles 16 ft and 18 ft. / 32 panels ranging from 12 x 30 to 24 x 48 inches
Sierra Vista Transit Plaza
This transit plaza is located adjacent to the Berry Riverside intersection. The public art for this location explores the URBAN QUILT concept with waterjet cut ceramic tile
MONTAGE 48/61 PUBLIC ART
© 2014 Larry Enge and Charlotte Lindsey