Suspended Memories: The Indelible Work of Terry Welker, FAIA

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | May 18, 2017

Please stare. That’s the behavior Terry Welker wants to encourage when it comes to his artwork. “Mobiles allow people to… Read More

“What the Body’s Pose is Saying:” Gerald Siciliano on Workmanship, Intuition and the Art of Reinvention

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | May 10, 2017

Gerald Siciliano passed by an auto body shop near his Brooklyn, NY studio for several years before the inspiration hit… Read More

Jonathan Brown: Mosaic for all Mediums

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | April 20, 2017

Talk with mosaic artist Jonathan Brown, and you get the distinct impression that his work is, for him, a form… Read More

Datascapes and Discovery: The Art of Jonathan Spring

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | April 19, 2017

Using data—and being used by it—has become a pervasive and essential part of our daily lives and the accepted way… Read More

Piecing it Together: The Singular Sculpture & Career of Linda Leviton

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | March 16, 2017

If there’s a current that runs through the career of metal sculptor Linda Leviton it’s that she seeks harmony in the combination of opposites. From her early days as a graphic designer to her present, well-established career as a professional artist with hundreds of national commissions, collections, and awards under her belt, Leviton has created works where visual tension resolves into a harmonious whole.

The Art-Filled Spaces of Wagner Murray Architects

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | February 16, 2017

“All good things come by grace, and grace comes by art and art does not come easy.” –Norman Maclean, A… Read More

Bringing Value to Light: The Impact of Public Light Projects

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | January 19, 2017

When it comes to light, we humans are not so different from the idiomatic moth. The energy for all living… Read More

Redefining the Public Artist: Franz Mayer of Munich Architectural Glass and Mosaics

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | January 18, 2017

In the heart of Bavaria’s capital city lies the Kunstareal, the museum quarter, home to some of Germany’s most famous… Read More

Successful Search for Artists on CODAworx

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | November 3, 2016

Challenge In July 2014, the City of Greensboro, North Carolina and the Cemala Foundation, a local foundation committed to enhancing… Read More

Pedal to the Metal: The Swift and Remarkable Career of Sculptor Joe Gitterman

By CodaEditor CodaEditor | October 26, 2016

Somebody needs to pinch Joe Gitterman. A lifelong metal sculptor who created pieces for his own enjoyment, it wasn’t until… Read More