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Vicki Scuri

16218 39th Ave. NE
Lake Forest Park, WA US
98155

Phone: 206-930-1769

Mobile: 206-361-5964

Website: http://www.vickiscuri.com

Profile Type: artist

  • Architectural Metal
  • Light Art
  • Public Works
  • Sculpture
  • Wall Art

I am an Interdisciplinary Artist and Designer with a stellar track record spanning over 32 years. My work thrives at the intersections of Art with Urban Design, Environment and Infrastructure, often bridging the gaps between disciplines to create a more meaningful and engaging public realm. My projects are best known for symbolic pattern work, the play of sunlight and shadow over sculptural form, and my ability to conceptually engage the entire site as a canvas. My practice often includes design team collaborations, mentoring interns, public outreach, public art master planning, and promoting economic development through the Arts.

My Projects

  • Blossom Hill Pedestrian Bridge

    The bright burgundy red of the bridge and the cherry mandalas enliven the site and...

  • Rock Creek Pedestrian Bridge

    Rock Creek Trail Bridge provides opportunity for safe passage and for symbolic connection with Montgomery...

  • Sand Creek Byway

    The Artist’s conceptual plan introduces a major environmental feature, the living wall concept, which replaces...

  • River Road Bridge

    The project includes a 400’ long roadway bridge spanning the Rillito River Wash. Stair-stepped shapes...

  • I-580/Meadowood Complex Improvements

    This project features "Great Basin" inspired patterning for retaining walls, sculptural piers, pier caps, native...

  • Eight Mile Road

    This Project includes series of three railroad crossings designed to celebrate community identity. A railroad...

  • Arlington Boulevard

    Native redbud trees inspire this work. The heart-shaped leaf patterns and their seed pods add...

  • Airway Aesthetic Project

    This project renovates existing infrastructure from gore to gore, over 2,000 linear feet, creating a...

  • The Outer Loop, 375 East and 375 West

    The Outer Loop traverses the Franklin Mountains linking East and West El Paso around the...

  • WAM Windscreens

    WAM commissioned a master plan and two new artworks, including the WAM Windscreens, for a...

  • Merriweather Parking Garage, “Rainbow Sunset”

    “Rainbow Sunset” features optical color blending, utilizing colorful translucent polycarbonate fins placed over colorful curved...

    • Architectural Wall
    • Parking Garages
    • Beautify Space
    • Abstract
  • South Bellevue Station

    The South Bellevue Station, sited in the Mercer Slough, introduces large-scale infrastructure into a natural...

    • Murals
    • Transportation Hubs
    • Beautify Space
    • Nature
    • Paint
  • Kinston Trash Trucks

    The City of Kinston recently purchased three new trash trucks. This corresponded with Vicki Scuri...

    • Murals
    • Other
    • Celebrate Culture
    • Environmental
    • Mixed Media
  • Schantz Bridge City Gateway

    The Schantz Gateway transforms a bridge near the entry to Kettering into a city gateway...

    • Architectural Metal
    • Bridges, Roundabouts and Roadways
    • Wayfinding
    • Historical
    • Metal
  • Branching Out

    "Branching Out," for New Carrollton Station, is inspired by Maryland's natural beauty and wooded parklands...

    • Infrastructure
    • Transportation Hubs
    • Placemaking
    • Nature
    • Mixed Media
  • Interurban Trail Bridges

    The Shoreline Interurban Trail Bridges form a vital community link allowing pedestrians and bicyclists to...

    • Sculpture: Abstract
    • Bridges, Roundabouts and Roadways
    • Transform a Space
    • Streetscapes
    • Mixed Media
  • MEDIC Response

    “Response” features eleven cut-metal screens inspired by the geometry of the MEDIC Shield. This project...

  • Aurora “Bright Dawn”

    Inspired by the sunrise, this project transforms an aging pedestrian bridge into a community landmark....

    • Infrastructure
    • Bridges, Roundabouts and Roadways
    • Placemaking
    • Streetscapes
    • Mixed Media
  • Macleod Trail

    Macleod Trail Artwork enhances two new side-by-side diverging diamond bridges forming the southern gateway to...

    • Sculpture: Abstract
    • Bridges, Roundabouts and Roadways
    • Wayfinding
    • Abstract
    • Mixed Media
  • Railroad Switch

    Hagerstown gained the nickname, “Hub City,” as it continues to be a significant transportation hub....

    • Architecture
    • Transportation Hubs
    • Transform a Space
    • Geometric
    • Metal