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Form, Flow, and Essence: Rosetta’s Bronze Animal Sculptures Capture Grace in Motion

Cougar Bench - Rosetta Sculpture

Years before she cast her signature animal forms into bronze, Rosetta had been honing the “stylized realism” that characterizes her work. A former graphic designer, she says, “I got used to crafting things like trademarks that have animals you simplify

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Collaborating with Nature & Science:
The Eco-Art of Stacy Levy

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“I think art can play a much bigger role in solving environmental issues,” says Stacy Levy, whose eco-art harnesses the natural forces of rainwater, plant roots, and microbes to help tell the “ecological story” of a site and create solutions for storm-water and water pollution issues.

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Streamlining the Public Art Process

Kettering public art project finalists

Streamlining The Public Art Process. The Division Manager of Cultural Arts for the City of Kettering, Ohio commissions a site-specific public artwork using the CODAworx RFP Toolkit.

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Public Art Commission Finds Artists to Integrate Art

Florida public art commission interior

Public Art Commission Finds Artists to Integrate Art. Public Art Coordinator Roberta Bloom gets the word out about a major public art commission for Aurora, Colorado using the CODAworx RFP Toolkit.

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