- Site Woven2022
Commissioned by the General Services Administration Art in Architecture Program Fabricated by Mosaika Hand-glazed ceramic and Byzantine glass smalti Location: Charles R. Jonas Federal Courthouse, Charlotte, NC Ellen Driscoll created Site Woven, a serie …
- Bower for Artpark2016
“Bower” is commissioned for Art Park by City as Living Laboratory, a non profit created by Mary Miss.
A mosaic commission by Public Art for Public Schools for the Middle College High School and the International High School in Long Island City is being installed in August. Mosaic fabrication by Mosaika. A series of 6 classroom workshops on mapping and geography were held in spring of 2016.
- Night to Day, Here and Away2014
“Night to Day, Here and Away” fabricated by Mosaika, and Red Linen Design for Sarasota National Cemetery, funded by the Patterson Foundation for the Veteran’s Administration. The 50’ x 3′ mosaic on the front of the stage depicts a fictional landscape of Earth, Air, and Water in which all five branches of the military service carry out their work. The landscape goes from night to day to night over the span of the 50’ length. Vast differences of time and geography are a part of many military family’s lives.
Filament/Firmament, 2010 Commissioned by the Cambridge Arts Council for the Cambridge Public Library Selected by Fred Wilson for the Public Art Network’s Year in Review, Best Public Projects of 2010
Wingspun, 2008 Terminal C, Raleigh Durham Airport
- Pro Patria Mori2006
Pro Patria Mori, 2006 Security Gates for the Liberty Memorial and Museum, Kansas City, Missouri Selected by Public Art Network Year in Review as one of the best public art projects of 2006
- Aqueous Humour2004
Aqueous Humour, 2004 South Boston Maritime Park, Commissioned by the MassPort, Boston, MA.
- Catching the Drift2003
Catching the Drift, 2003 A Women’s Restroom for the Smith College Museum of Art
Meanderlink, 2000 An airplane banner celebrating Frederick Law Olmsted’s legacy in Boston
Circuitstream, 2000 Commissioned by the Bank of America, Charlotte, North Carolina This sandblasted glass wall is sited in the digital headquarters of the Bank of America. Silhouetted portraits from American coins are connected by a network to an early computer circuitboard from the 1950’s. Commissioned by the Bank of America, Charlotte, North Carolina.
- As Above So Below1997
As Above, So Below, 1998 A suite of glass and mosaic works for Grand Central Terminal, New York Link here to interactive map