Art for everyone.

Sensitivity to the region, its people, and their values is keenly important when selecting art for public settings. We believe that public works should evoke a sense of “ahh” and beauty rather than confusion. For the sake of our fellow man, art in public spaces should make people feel good.


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Case Study |

City of Tualatin

Photos of the City of Tualatin Art Entry Monument show the process from schematic to completion. The hand rendered sketch designed by Janelle Baglien won Studio Art Direct the award to create this $375K art installation. Our work included a wetland pond, 20,000 pound carved rock with footings, and an 18’ high custom commissioned bronze sculpture by R. Caswell. Studio Art Direct coordinated three artists, civil and structural engineers, contractors, and the city commission to a successful installation that culminated in a daring one-night street closure. The installation speaks to the city’s wetlands and shared leadership as symbolized by the geese.

Awarded First Place in the Daily Journal of Commerce DMWESB TopProjects Competition

Featured in the Oregonian for design excellence

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  • City gateway art/sign monuments

  • City integrated art/sign wayfinding

  • Building art design and theming

  • Design team coordination (interiors, architecture, electrical, and structural)

  • Art collection development and logistics

  • Artist(s) team management

  • Themed art sourcing

  • Regional calls to artists

  • Schedule and milestones

  • Fabrication and installation management & coordination


  • City of Happy Valley

  • City of Portland

  • City of Tualatin

  • City of Sherwood

  • City of Hillsboro

  • Oregon State University

  • Mt. Angel Abbey

  • Portland Development Commission

  • Port of Portland

  • Oregon State University


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