Blessing Hancock

 The large sculpture is a symbol of community and embracing differences. Client: Blessing Hancock Category: Public Art Location: Sarasota, Florida Date: April 2016 Gizmo worked with artist Blessing Hancock to create the public art sculpture called “Infinity”. It was built in Gizmo’s fabrication studio in San Francisco then driven to Sarasota Florida. The different color acrylic highlights…

Val Britton

Val Britton’s whimsical “Passage” was prototyped and fabricated by Gizmo. Client: Val Britton  Category: Art Fabrication Location: Houston, Texas Date: May 2016 Val Britton in partnership with Gallery Wendi Norris, hired Gizmo to fabricate this incredibly detailed sculpture titled “Passage”, to hang in San Francisco. The piece is mainly made up of waterjet cut and bent…

Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History

The public art piece that is the centerpiece of Abbott Square. Client: Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History Category: Sculpture Fabrication Location: Santa Cruz, California Date: May 2015 In 2014 there was an international competition to design the major public sculpture that soars overhead in Abbott Square. The BEACON sculpture was created by Gyroscope, Inc. and built by…

Blessing Hancock

Client: Blessing Hancock  Category: Sculpture Fabrication Location: Aurora, Colorado Date: April 2016 Gizmo fabricated Blessing Hancock’s unique sculpture in their 10,000 SF shop. Blessing Hancock partnered up with Gizmo to fabricate and install “Biota” the sculpture now located at the Peoria Station in Aurora CO. The sculpture was fabricated with aluminum, LEDs, and acrylic. The tricky part…

Michael Arcega

Gizmo fabricated Michael Arcega’s benches to sit on Broadway Street. Client: Michael Arcega Category: Public Art Location: San Francisco, CA Date: September 2018 Michael Arcega was commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission & the Department of Public Works. He chose Gizmo to fabricate and installed these benches along Broadway. Painted steel These functional sculptures draw inspiration from cloud motifs…

Scott Oliver

Gizmo fabricated these custom street signs for downtown San Fransisco. The signs point toward tourist destinations. Client: Scott Oliver Category: Public Art Location: San Francisco Date: July 2018 Scott Oliver’s art piece Points Of Departure is part of the Masonic Avenue Streetscape Improvement Project. Oliver says”, “I’m trying to make something that people using this space can connect…

Blessing Hancock

Blessing Hancock worked with Gizmo to have them fabricate and install this large stainless steel, water jet cut sculpture.

The name of the public art piece is “As One” and was installed in the park, Dillard Green Space in Broward County, Florida.

Each individual petal was water jet cut and then welded to the artist specifications. She designed the shapes and cut-outs that are displayed along the vertical pieces.

Gizmo hired an electrician and contractor who subcontracted to do the footing and to install the jbox for the lighting.

The lighting makes the shadows of the sculpture aluminate on the grassy area surround the piece, echoing the beautiful shapes cut from the metal.