As one of five finalists, Gordon was selected as the winning artist to create artwork for Fresno’s downtown Mariposa Plaza, in the heart of the city. The Plaza is currently part of an activation project and Gordon’s artwork will be a substantial addition to its redesign. The $200,000 public art project is partially funded by the National Endowment for the Arts and was awarded just a few weeks ago!
The Metro Parks Tacoma Public Art Program recently selected Gordon to create artwork for the new Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium. Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, Gordon understands the importance of protecting the very delicate ecosystems that are our oceans and was very inspired by the Aquarium’s main interpretive theme, "We share the ocean and the responsibility to protect it." He is very honored to create artwork for this prestigious institution.
Gordon Huether Studio has been working hard to make headway on the Terminal 1 Glass Art Wall project for the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. In August 2016 Gordon Huether Studio has been awarded to create an integrated, large-scale, architectural glass art installation. Read more
We are excited to share with you the latest progress on our Salt Lake City Int'l Airport project: The final designs for the 'Column Plates' and the terminal benches. The columns are structurally integrated and both the benches and columns function as seating as well as sculptural elements. For these very unique and innovative composite pieces, Gordon Huether Studio has partnered with Kreysler & Associates. Read more