Explore My Past Projects 

Creative solutions with a twist

Atrium Installations

TDA Atrium

“Trade Winds” https://airworks-studio.com/, Melanie Wallker & George Peters, 120’L x 16’W x 20’H, Hand-colored translucent plexi-panels with metal rods.

Pinnacle Bank HQ, Omaha, NE. Talley Fisher, ‘Sunrise Cascade’. Powder-coated Aluminum Panels. Pinnacle Bank’s LEED Gold headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska called for art that reflected natural elements. Original commissions combined traditional and contemporary art and brought life to the subtly designed space. The atrium sculpture is a landmark piece and can be seen from the highway with the dramatic night lighting. We worked with Avant Architects https://avant-architects.com and the bank’s VP.

Tagge Rutherford, Financial Advisors, Omaha, NE.  Looking to create a dramatic focal point for their atrium cost-effectively was the main goal for this commission. Hackwith Appraisals & Consulting facilitated all aspects of the project including the installation via a scissor lift.

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Roundabout Entry

Sculpture Installations

Woodmen Life HQ From start to finish

Woodmen Life HQ, Omaha, NE. Backlit 2” thick custom resin art panels by Teresa Camozzi creates an eye-catching focal point for an otherwise all neutral marble entry lobby. Working with http://www.innerspace-studios.com/, extensive planning included interior elevator work to piece the marble and secure bolts were facilitated by the amazing crew at https://aoicorp.com

Tyson Fresh Meats, Inc. project

Iowa Beef Processing (now Tyson Fresh Meats), Dakota Dunes South Dakota Project Summary: Worked with IBP to build a collection consisting of museum quality bronzes, paintings, and Carl Bodmer pieces. CAC developed the art mission statement around IBP’s values and location and vetted artists, facilitated commissions and acquisitions, created an inventory system, placed existing art, and handled all negotiations and client-artist interaction.

Century Link, Formerly Qwest, Omaha, Nebraska

Qwest (now CenturyLink) Reception Area in Omaha, Nebraska. Project Summary: This year-long project included tracking, documenting, inventory, appraising, conserving, and reframing over 650 art pieces in the Qwest collection. The collection included works by Alexander Calder (shown), Charles Russell, Joan Miro, James Rosenquist, and many other internationally known artists.

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Reception Area Project

The client appreciated innovative, unusual contemporary art made with unique materials to reflect their engaging and bold mission. CAC hired nationally recognized artists to achieve their budget, style, and stated goals. The project included inventorying and appraising the client’s existing and new collections, vetting artists, commission management, negotiating contracts, installation, and public relations.

Private Work

Project Summary: This 56 foot long mural on canvas by Stuart Bohlem was a direct collaboration between the https://avant-architects.com and Corporate Art Co. It was designed to be the statement piece of the high-end Blues bar and grill and served as their primary branding strategy. The mural now resides in private collections.

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Jun Kaneko, ceramic “slab” art  http://www.junkaneko.com/

 

                Dan Howard, “Comics Covered Uncovered”, oil canvas

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