Catherine Wagner

Gizmo worked with SF local artist, Catherine Wagner, on this wonderful metal sculpture Client: Related California Category: Public Art Location: 1500 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA Date: March 2020 Gizmo fabricated and installed “Prevailing Winds” by artist Catherine Wagner . Catherine is a San Francisco-based artist, known best for her conceptual photography. Wagner’s work often…

Blessing Hancock

Gizmo fabricated Blessing Hancock’s sculpture with custom programmed internal lighting. Artist: Blessing Hancock  Category: Sculpture Fabrication Location: Emeryville, CA Date: January 2020 Blessing Hancock partnered with Gizmo to fabricate and install “DNA”. This sculpture is located at the Emeryville West Transit Center Plaza, in Emeryville, CA. The painted steel and polycarbonate artwork is internally illuminated and…

Blessing Hancock

Gizmo fabricated these elaborate metal light fixtures for the outdoor walking area. Artists: Blessing Hancock with poets Moheb Soliman, Sagirah Shahid, Junauda Petrus and R. Vincent Moniz, Jr. (Nu’Eta) Category: Sculpture fabrication  Location: Minneapolis, MN Date: November 2018 Breathing new life into the Nicollet Mall artist Blessing Hancock celebrates light, art and the four seasons in…

Moto Ohtake

Gizmo installed Moto’s piece in downtown San Francisco. Artist: Moto Ohtake Client: SF Arts Commission  Category: Public Art Location: 4th and Brannan street, San Francisco  Gizmo installed this first piece of public artwork along the San Francisco Central Subway line. Microcosmic a wind-activated kinetic sculpture by Bay Area-based artist Moto Ohtake. The art piece is a stainless…

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…