Clare Rojas and Yumei Hou art installations into the new Chinatown Station

Yumei Hou’s laser-cut metal artwork in its new home at the Chinatown Station   Clare Rojas and Yumei Hou’s artwork is being installed by Gizmo Art Production, Inc. into the new Chinatown Station. Working with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency SFAC’s Public Art Program is implementing permanent public artworks related to adjacent neighborhoods.  …

“Puff” receives a spot in the top 25 sound and motion artworks in Codaworx Magazine.

Overview “Puff” is a magical moving sculpture made from rearview mirrors outstretched from a stainless steel sphere. “Puff” hangs in the beautiful light-filled lobby of the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts and greets visitors by turning upon their movements using built-in motion sensors. The sculpture has a 10 foot diameter and 288 mirrors attached…

Lucy in the Sky now lives in the Central Subway Union Square / Market Street Station, San Francisco

Gizmo Art Production, Inc. completed the installation of Lucy in the Sky by artist Erwin Redl. This permanent public artwork is an illuminated installation comprised of hundreds of translucent 10 x 10 inch light panels, each containing an array of color LEDs. The light panels are suspended along the entire length of the concourse level…

Gumnut Grove is coming soon to Bay Area Discovery Museum

“In Gumnut Grove, older children ages 5-10 will have a dedicated space to engage in the type of unstructured, outdoor play that is far less common today than it was even a generation ago. Named for the seedpod of a eucalyptus tree, Gumnut Grove highlights and enhances BADM’s natural landscape with fun, age-appropriate features that…

Gizmo Prototypes “One Oak” by artist Taraneh Hemami

Gizmo worked with the artist to develop the shape of the sculpture using 3d design programs. “One Oak, is a sculpture for public space in downtown Oakland, honoring oak’s importance to the culture of the native to the region Muwekma Ohlone tribes, standing in for the many oak groves in Oakland’s past and paying homage…

Gizmo installs Moto Ohtake kinetic sculpture

Gizmo has installed the first piece of public artwork along the San Francisco Central Subway line. The piece by Bay Area-based artist Moto Ohtake is called “Microcosmic”. The art piece is a stainless steel wind-activated kinetic sculpture mounted on a 40-foot light pole near 4th and Brannan streets; the site of a future platform station.…