© Anita Margrill 2017

SELECTED PUBLIC ART and DESIGN PROJECTS

  • 2004-2008 Design of Synagogue for the Concrete Alliance to reflect new techniques in the field of reinforced concrete.

  • 2001-2005 Ventura Community Park, collaboration with MIG Landscape Architects, integrated seating, lighting, and sculptural shade structures: Community Services Department, Ventura, CA.

  • 1998-2006 MUNI Third Street Light Rail, design team for 5.4 mile long transportation corridor: San Francisco Arts Commission.

  • 2001-2003 The History of Texas Law Enforcement in the Dallas Landscape, sculptural glass walls, Dallas Police Headquarters interior lobby:  Office of Cultural Affairs, Dallas, TX.

  • 2000-2003 Clepsydra: A water clock for "E" Street Plaza, Department of Parks and Community Services, Davis, CA.

  • 1997-1999 Member of 'Gyroscope' design team, designing interactive exhibitions for Exploration Place, a discovery museum designed by Moshe Safde, Architect: Wichita, KS.

  • 1999-2002 Signalmen, an entry at Marina Way utilizing marine flag codes: Catellus Development Corporation, Richmond, CA.

  • 1997-1999 Satellite Palm and Divided Arch, sculptures for two light rail stations: North, South entry to Sunnyvale, CA: Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

  • 1994-1999 Interpretive walkway and entrance to Linda Mar State Beach, Pacifica, CA site plan and design: Office of State Architect, CA Arts Council, City of Pacifica.

  • 1995-1997 Wind Pavilion, a shelter and shower for Sunnyside Beach: Washington State Arts Commission, Steilacoom, WA.

  • 1995 Neptune's Chair, a floating oxygenation system and kinetic sculpture: Manhattan Beach, CA.

  • 1995 Spiral Paths, a water sculpture: Prospect Park Lagoon, Brooklyn, NY.

  • 1993 The Meeting of the Two Rivers, a large scale water sculpture that functions as a traffic median: Office of Community Development, Antioch, CA.

  • 2013 Peninsula Tell Tail and Overlook, solar/wind beacon: Redevelopment Agency, Emeryville, CA.

  • 1988 Deconstruction Zone, San Francisco Art Commission Gallery's 'City Site' project, large scale installation celebrating a building once located on this site: San Francisco, CA.

  • 1987 Memorial to Harry Houdini, large scale wind catcher sculpture to be used as a stage set for theatrical productions: ARTpark, Lewiston, NY

  • 1975-1980 NYC Mayor's Office of Neighborhood Government's Play Street Program: prototypes, manufacture of water sculptures for inner city programs.

  • 1973/1975 Climbing X's and Climbing X's II, water sculptures funded by the American Iron and Steel Institute: Jackson Square Park, NYC; Parker Hill Playground, Boston, MA.