We’ve Been Busy

Spring is our busy season here at Banner Art Studio, and we’re currently working on several projects – including banners and suspended installations – due to be shipped soon, or already installed.

  • We recently created and shipped two butterflies for a suspended installation in Edmond, Oklahoma. They made it there just in time for the tornadoes, but were not damaged.
  • We created and shipped colorful birds (shown above) for the Mesa County Library in Grand Junction, Colorado who just had their Grand Re-Opening on June 20. Client pictures show the birds really catch the natural sunlight coming through windows in the building, complementing the library’s all-new modern look, open architecture and vaulted ceilings (shown below).
  • The Palmer Center in Colorado Springs has been a client since the mid-’80s, but we are creating all-new banners. Stay tuned for photography.
  • We are designing custom Main Street Banners for Nucla, Colorado, a new client.
  • We are mending and replacing Light Pole Banners for South Fork, Colorado (below) in time for their Fourth of July celebration.

Do you have an indoor or outdoor space that could be beautified through the use of translucent fabric banner art or a suspended installation? We design in collaboration with our clients to create truly unique, one-of-a-kind artwork and banners that represent the spirit of a community or place. The gentle motion of our indoor mobile art is soothing, meditative and therapeutic. Our flags and banners offer a unified look to outdoor spaces and inspire a community’s public identity. Our time-tested artistic methods offer a unique, balanced perspective each time a piece is viewed. Contact us today to discuss your idea and we will work with you to create truly inspirational public art!

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