Edgerley

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

This chandelier hangs in a dining room overlooking the valley and Aspen, Colorado. During installation, the sculpture hangs, awaiting UL inspection, before the crystals are installed. Lighting is connected through J boxes in the ceiling, the transformers are in a separate power room.

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Edgerley

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

This sculpture is visible from an upper level balcony. Here we see the piece during installation. Built in Portland, OR and trucked to Aspen in parts for installation, 2012

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Sacramento International Airport

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

This spectacular sculpture is a part of Public Art in the Sacramento International Airport. Jonquil-Design designed,built and installed this sculpture for Donald Lipski in 2011. This video is a time lapse of the fabrication process, Portland, Oregon See the video.
http://youtu.be/SPDse5lhTvE

 

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Sacramento International Airport

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The sculpture is suspended from a single steel plate bolted to the structural beam above. Hardwired with 4000 LED lights and 4500 crystal pendants. “Acorn Steam” Public Art in the Sacramento International Airport , 2011

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Sacramento International Airport

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

Hanging above the food court in Terminal B of the Sacramento International Airport, visitors are treated to popping lights from the crystal pendants ,morning and night as the sun passes through the clearstory windows on the east and west of this award winning structure, 2011
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Bissell

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

A residential chandelier for a private wine cellar, Grand Rapids, Michigan 2008

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Bissell

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

Built in my studio in Oregon in several pieces, this modest piece is 5’ deep and 7’ wide. With Swarovski crystal pendants and low voltage incandescent light. A residential chandelier for a private wine cellar, Grand Rapids, Michigan, 2008

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Phalen

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

Austerely painted birch bark texture distinguishes this chandelier 13’x7’x5’, Aspen Colorado, 2007

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Hall Vineyard Chandelier

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The Hall Vineyard Chandelier was the first large, lighted sculpture which required construction in multiple parts. The major boughs were individually wired with connectors at each socket. The armature was built in Bend, Oregon, 2004

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Hall Vineyard Chandelier

July 30, 2012 in Lighting

The Hall Vineyard Chandelier was the first large, lighted sculpture which required construction in multiple parts. The major boughs were individually wired with connectors at each socket. The sculpture was textured and detailed in a temporary facility in Humboldt Co, CA in 2004.

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