In 1600, Sir Isaac Newton theorized that a prism separates white light in the electromagnetic spectrum into colors that are visible to the human eye. These extraordinary colors come together in linear dissections of various shapes and sizes to create this dynamic multi-hued cube.
Sunset Clay Studio is a home-grown art space in Northwest Lansing. They are a fully equipped ceramics studio that focuses on teaching fine art hand building techniques. They are an inclusive and accessible space where people can learn about clay in a safe environment.
This piece, entitled “Energy For Life” by Jim Cunningham, was commissioned in fulfillment of the City of East Lansing’s Percent for Art Ordinance.
In a concerted effort to utilize an artistic element and to be innovative and creative, the Delhi Township Wastewater Treatment Plant was renovated around 2010 and an artistic brick pattern was added to the tanks by the Dept. of Public Service. HRC transformed Delhi Township’s traditional waste treatment digestion process into an “earth-friendly” chemical-free process through […]
As of Friday, September 8, 2016, in the alleyway behind The Creole, there is a larger-than-life Velvet Elvis. The mural was done by Eric Schantz of Saginaw, Mich., and commissioned by Old Town Commercial Association’s own Jamie Schriner. Jamie’s flat in Old Town came with a large expanse of empty, white brick wall along the […]
Delhi Township unveiled a new piece of art in November 2017 called “Happy in Holt” created by artist Matthew Lincoln in front of the Delhi Township offices. The artist created a ‘happy’ structure and if you look at it, it appears to be a ‘smile.’ This artwork was funded by the Lansing Economic Area Partnership.
The mural on the south side of CSAC was done by local artist Tod Parkhill. It was painted on four panels and installed August 2017. It measures 8 foot by 16 foot. At first glance, it just looks like a bunch of random objects. Upon a closer look, it becomes more obvious that the objects […]
This memorial sculpture of Thomas McIntyre Cooley is located at the Darryl J. Parsell Memorial Garden in downtown Lansing.
Created by Andrew Sandstedt during the 2016 Scrapfest, the Koi now resides at the Cozy Koi Bed and Breakfast in Lansing, Michigan. The inspiration for “Old Town Koi” came from two areas. The first is the anchor business of Old Town, Preuss Pets. A family owned business that has provided joy to countless animal enthusiasts for […]