Latent Energy has been Completed!

Latent Energy has recently been installed in front of the Fred Pirkle Engineering & Technology Center at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas! The center is home to new facilities for the Department of Agricultural and Industrial Sciences. Latent Energy depicts a hydrocarbon molecule rising out of the ground reaching the height of the surrounding buildings. The iconic sculpture celebrates the Fred Pirkle Engineering & Technology Center and SHSU’s signature programs. During the day, the acrylic spheres that make up the molecules will pick up sunlight and glow softly. […]

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Sprouts Fabrication Continues!

Sprouts is taking shape as fabrication continues! Once completed, Sprouts will be installed at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. Check out photos of the process below!

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Latent Energy Installation

Latent Energy has made it to Huntsville, Texas! Our team Kim Kwasny and Brandon Toland are hard at work installing the massive hydrocarbon molecule. The sculpture is being installed in front of the Fred Pirkle Engineering & Technology Center located at the west entrance of Sam Houston State University. We can’t wait to see the finished piece!

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Sprouts Fabrication

We are in the process of creating a series of sculptures for the Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, AZ. Sprouts is a series of perforated, curvilinear sculptures that reference the form of a plant shoot or sprout, but at a monumental scale. The field of sculptures creates an abstract yet referential environment that invites people to interact with the piece by moving in and around it. The subtle perforation is made up of different sized circles, rotated and skewed slightly to provide the illusion of small water droplets hitting the […]

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RTD Art-N-Transit

Stories Interweave was featured in RTD’s Art-N-Transit, an artistic journey through Aurora. Check out Stories Interweave and all of the other awesome public artworks along RTD’s transit system on their website by clicking here.

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Latent Energy Shipment Update

Latent Energy is on its way to Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas! We can’t wait to see the massive sculpture installed in front of the all new Fred Pirkle Engineering & Technology Center.

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Convergence Fabrication

Convergence is a three-dimensional array of engineering equations cut out of steel ribbons designed for the Seamans Center South Annex at the University of Iowa. The sculpture is currently being fabricated with the help of our friends at Willis Metalcrafts. The goal for the sculpture is to create a monument to engineering that abstractly visualizes the process of thinking. Each ribbon depicts a series of equations moving through space akin to a student working through these ideas in their mind. From a distance, the sculpture will appear to be a […]

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Modern Luxury Silicon Valley

Brilliance, a series of six sculptures located in Palo Alto, was featured in the Arts & Philanthropy issue of Modern Luxury Silicon Valley! You can read the article below or you can check out the entire issue here.

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More Latent Energy Fabrication Updates!

Latent Energy is back from powder coating and now our electronics team is hard at work installing the interactive lighting elements. Once completed, Latent Energy will make its way to Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas.

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Color Wash has been Completed!

The recently installed, Color Wash is located in Tucson, Arizona on the Pantano Wash Bridge. Color Wash is a colorful representation of water in the desert. People on the bridge see flowing stream of water, as they look at the art lengthwise. As they look straight up, the blue of the hanging panels blends with the blue of the Arizona sky. Check out these awesome photos of the completed Color Wash!

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Watercolor Wall!

We’ve recently completed another Watercolor Wall! Watercolor Wall is an illuminated, interactive sculpture. Watercolor Walls have been installed in hospitals and children’s museums across the country. The sculpture allows people to explore a rainbow of colors with just one touch. Visitors can paint the wall by pressing their fingers to the silver rings. By holding their hands to these touch sensitive points, they can change areas of the wall to different colors along a continuously variable spectrum. Colors leak between the regions in a manner similar to how watercolor paint […]

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Latent Energy Fabrication Update

Our fabrication team is still working hard on Latent Energy, the public art piece designed for Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. The individual molecules have taken shape and are now being attached to large vertical beams. The height of the sculpture will create a monumental experience for the students and faculty of Sam Houston State University. The next step of fabrication will be powder coating the stainless steel frame. Check back for more photos as we make progress on Latent Energy!

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Color Wash Install

Color Wash was installed this week at the Pantano Wash Bank and River Park in Tucson, Arizona. Color Wash is a colorful experience that presents the familiar image of flowing water in a new way. The public art installation adds vivid color to the already sculptural form of an arched bridge. Check back for photos of the completed project!

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Latent Energy Fabrication

We have begun fabrication on Latent Energy! This sculpture will be permanently installed in front of the brand new Fred Pirkle Engineering & Technology Center located at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. The new center marks the main entrance to the west side of SHSU. The sculpture will be made up of many acrylic spheres held together in a steel frame. The forms will represent molecules rising out of the ground. Our goal for this piece is to draw attention to the celebrated new facilities while creating an iconic gateway to the […]

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Visit Houston

Wings Over Water has been featured in the Spring/Summer issue of Visit Houston, The Official Visitors Guide! You can view the entire guide by downloading a digital copy here.

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Latent Energy Prototype

We are very excited to announce a new public art sculpture we are designing for Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. The piece will be installed outside the new Fred Pirkle Engineering & Technology Center located at the west entrance of the campus. The center will house new facilities for the Department of Agricultural and Industrial Sciences. Our goal was to design a work of art that celebrates The Fred Pirkle Engineering & Technology Center and SHSU’s signature programs while also creating an iconic entry point to the SHSU campus. […]

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Din Don Restoration Update

Our ball machine team has been busy meticulously cleaning, repairing and reconstructing Din Don, a monumental ball machine sculpture from Kobe, Japan made by famed kinetic artist George Rhodes in 1992. Once the restoration is complete, the sculpture will again be disassembled, crated, and then make its way back to Kobe Harborland with Creative Machine’s ball machine team. From there, they will piece the sculpture back together and get it ready to bring joy and wonder back into the lives of those who visit Kobe Harborland for years to come! […]

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Best of Instagram!

We love seeing your photos of our public art on social media. This week we collected some of our favorite shots from instagram to share. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #creativemachines when posting online so we don’t miss any of your awesome photos!

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Flam Chen – The Fisher’s Wish

Flam Chen’s production of The Fisher’s Wish was a marvelous success! We are thrilled that we could provide a venue for such a magical performance. Here are some photos from the event courtesy of Warren Van Nest –

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MOXI’s Grand Opening was a Huge Success!

MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation is now open! The grand opening was on February 25th and was a huge success! MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation features exhibits that inspire creativity and wonder, encouraging kids of all ages to learn new things and challenge their minds. MOXI emphasizes STEAM learning; STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking.

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