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Redmond Municipal Airport Terminal Art Exhibit

 Thank you for supporting art at the Redmond Municipal Airport!


Redmond Art in Public Places

As part of its mission to promote quality development now and in the future, the Community Development Department is committed to providing citizens of Redmond with art throughout the city. The Department provides staff support to the Redmond Committee for Art in Public Places in fulfillment of this goal. Please take a moment to learn more about the City's activities related to public art by visiting the completed public art projects and Rotating Public Art Gallery pages, as well as the home page for the Committee for Art in Public Places and reading our public art brochure.

A Few of our Artists:

Mike Putnam is a Bend Oregon photographer whose Fine Art  Nature and Landscape Photographs Celebrate the Natural Beauty of Oregon.  All of his fine art prints were captured with a large format 4x5 film camera which gives his landscape and nature photographs  exceptional detail, impressive depth of field and a look and feel which makes them distinct from other photography formats.

Chris Cole is a kinetic sculptor and abstract painter. His mechanical works and large-scale, vibrant paintings study the intersections and disconnects between the industrial and natural worlds. Heavily influenced by technologies and aesthetics of the industrial revolution, his sculptural works use markedly complex mechanical structures to celebrate organic constructs. Conversely, his paintings expose beautiful machinery beneath organic frameworks.

Having spent most of his life in the small towns of the Northwest, proximity and the abundance of wilderness has heavily influenced Chris’s subject matter, though he gravitates toward the abstract. Self-taught, he began painting as a teenager. In the mid 1990’s, he branched into kinetic sculpture, for which is now most recognized. Chris currently lives and works in Bend, Oregon.



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