Artists Selected for Plymouth One Percent for Art Initiative

On Jun 29, Kelli K. wrote:
On June 3rd, the Plymouth Library Public Art Selection Committee interviewed six finalists to develop art for two locations at the new Plymouth Library. 

At that meeting, Phil Daniel Architectural Stained Glass was selected to develop glass art that will reside in the three windows on the west side of the building.  Staff and customers maybe familiar with glass art Phil Daniel has created for the Linden Hills and Wayzata libraries in Hennepin County.

Additionally, St. Louis Park artist, Joan Solomon was selected to develop an art installation for the opposite east overhead wall.  Joan's approach will include a series of textile panels. 

Currently, Hennepin County Property Services is developing contracts for the artists. The artists are working independently and together to finalize design concepts prior to beginning fabrication. 

Art installation is anticipated in the first half of 2011.


On Sep 24 at 12:16 PM, SEP wrote:
What a waste of tax payer money in this economy. It is a library, not an art museum.

On Oct 28 at 3:35 PM, sep wrote:
agree, in this tight economy, this expenditure is not wise. the commissioners comment that it is only 1% is not a wise comment.

On May 2 at 11:26 AM, test wrote:

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