Art


Retired Heavy Equipment Operator Turns Artist

When Don Weisel retired from his job as a heavy equipment operator in 2000, he relaxed for two weeks and then concluded that he'd had enough down time and needed to tackle a project to keep himself occupied....


JLGScissor Lifts at Heart of Pennsylvania Community Mural Project

As the vice president of sales for North America at JLG Industries, an Oshkosh Corporation (NYSE:OSK) company, Bob Nelson has helped many rental companies specify the right types of scissor lifts for a variety of applications....


Artist Turns Construction Waste Into Sculptures and Paintings

Sheri Crider wants to know why Americans want new and shiny things — and what they do with the rest. It's a question she has asked for years, going back to when she was using drugs and alcohol, experiencing homelessness and serving time, a period where she felt cut off from the rest of society....


Art Production Company Buys Former Caterpillar Facility

A plant formerly owned by a mining and construction equipment company in Santa Fe will become space for arts production company Meow Wolf to help create its exhibits as it seeks to expand nationwide. The arts collective bought the former Caterpillar facility where workers assembled engine components until it closed last year....


Philadelphia Museum Breaks Ground on $525M Renovation

The Philadelphia Museum of Art begins a new phase of transformation and renewal, supported by a $525 million campaign. A key part of this campaign, the Core Project will create a significant amount of new public space within the footprint of the landmark building and add 23,000 sq....


Art Museum Turns Construction Barrier into Art Exhibit

Construction barriers are a common sight. Made up of plywood, metal fencing and signage, these barriers serve a few purposes like protecting trees from abrasion and keeping unauthorized persons out of the work site....


Stonehenge-Like Structures Will Showcase Aesthetics

Looking a bit like a colorful Stonehenge or large-scale modern art, a series of concrete columns and walls at a west Phoenix intersection may be a little puzzling to passers-by. They're actually mock-ups the Arizona Department of Transportation is using to test aesthetics, including paint colors, for the Loop 202 South Mountain Freeway....






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