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The collection, which will be available to view from Friday, September 12, features pieces from her early jewellery in paper and plastic, through to geometric jewels in precious metals, stone, glass and ceramic, and to a series of images and maquettes representing her output of public art commissions including the latest Hyde Park Gates.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Public Art Commission seeks an artist or team of artists to create ongoing artwork for the public to experience during the week.
It is held up as an example of how integrated public art was used widely in post-war planning, and won listed status for being "an unusual and significant instance" of 1960s public art commission.
The text includes essays by Veiteberg and Enstad on Mehus' life and work, full-color photographs of 114 works, an interview between Mehus and Skre, and lists of the artist's solo and group exhibitions, public collections, public art commissions, grants, and awards.
To date, he has held over 38 exhibitions of his work, and completed over 30 public art commissions.
The Lionheart Project is a series of 12 public art commissions across the UK to celebrate the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad.
Just one recent example is the floating wooden art and music installation, ~Flow, which a few weeks ago wound its way down the Tyne - one of 12 public art commissions funded by the UK Arts Councils, celebrating the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
public art commission is 57 welded stainless steel boxes standing 24 feet tall and weighing 37,000 pounds.