“The ceramic mural, Rhythm and Hues, is inspired by the site’s former incarnation as a library that has been transformed into an arts center filled with music, dance and visual art-making. The mural references the marbled end papers of vintage books and alludes to the lyrical nature of Charleston Heights Arts Center." continued.
The repeating wings reflect eddies and swirls of what was once the Las Vegas Creek which flowed in this area
Public Art Practice
The focus of my public art is defining the site with a cultural and historical reference that resonates with the local community. The concepts of Creative Placemaking are integral to my work. Two public art projects have received a Las Vegas Mayor’s Urban Design Awards for Public Art. The first award was in 2008. I was a design team member with Dayo Adelaja, Sylvester Collier and Adolfo R. Gonzalez for the sculpture "Ancestral Gateway." The second award was in 2011 for "Flourish", a cultural urban trail consisting of twelve sidewalk enhancements along the Cultural Corridor. I have completed 9 public art projects to date.