P.O. Box 426
1116 Marron Valley Road
Dulzura, CA 91917 USA
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With this brochure, explore 27 award winning LithoMosaic transit, plaza and park projects throughout California. Inspiring work by an ever expanding field of public artists, with the best concrete crews and clients in the business. Invented in 2010, and pairing artists and designers with master concrete artisans, LithoMosaic is a patented process that delivers the huge scale and durability of concrete, and the dynamic aesthetic of contemporary mosaic, to civic plaza, park and transit, public art and landscape architecture applications. Learn more at LithoMosaic.com or download the Brochure PDF.
Territory of Magic/Innovation Corridor is a public art project six months in the making. It is the culmination of literally thousands of hours of research, travel, conversation, team, staff and community brainstorming, drawing, photography, mosaics and writing. It is the project of a lifetime for its scope, location, environmentalism and potential. With this document, we are beyond 90% construction completion – with accurate drawings, budget and schedule in place. We are honored to have received unanimous approval from the Arts Board on November 18th, 2015 and we are literally ready to start tomorrow, to meet the exceedingly fast construction schedule dictated by the grant, and the client. Download the PDF to read more
Robin Brailsford and her Lithomosaic artwork were recently featured in the Landscape Architect magazine article "Long Beach transforms Transit Mall to Transit Gallery". Read it online.
With six new stations in five cities coming your way in 2015, we wanted to introduce you to the process by which the Authority selected the artists that will make each station unique. This 15-minute video explains the role of public art in existing Gold Line Stations (from Union Station to Pasadena) as well as provides an overview of the themes and elements of the art that will be integrated into the stations along the Foothill Extension from Pasadena to Azusa. Watch the videos.
Robin Brailsford is The Good Ideas Woman. Brailsford relishes large and complicated public art challenges, for which she charts clear and comprehensive solutions. Brailsford is at her best when given the latitude to imagine and then realize holistic conceptual and physical solutions for daunting civic and environmental requirements.For over 2 decades Robin Brailsford of Brailsford Public Art has been creating award-winning projects, on time, within budget and to the clients’ highest aesthetic and technical expectations. Robin holds an MFA in Sculpture, and a Patent for LithoMosiacs, a means to cast mosaics within monolithic concrete pours. She is a Founding and Board Member of Public Address and much more.
Robin is the inventor of
LithoMosaic, a process for setting mosaics in monolithic concrete pours
and production. Collaborating with Lithocrete, Shaw & Sons and T.B
Penick, she is now training and promoting internationally, this new art
process, which liberates creativity and budgets for public art,
landscape architecture and architecture.
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