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REVIEW OF ARTISTPRELIMINARY DESIGN CONCEPTS NOVEMBER 6, 2009
• A distinct image• A sense of place and security• Protection from sun, wind and rain• Accessibility for disabled persons• System and neighborhood information• Modular design kit-of-parts• Ease of maintenance
• Establish guidelines to reflect best practice standardsand FTA guidelines•Create unique visual overlay for each station to reflect thecommunity of that station• Promote positive Community Involvement via SARCommittee• Art related to Local History & Cultural Identity• Enhance the Visual Landscape
Inplainsight art / artists amy baur andPreliminary Artwork designed for the CSUSB station. Section B.(for full contiguous image see Paper Model)
Overall view of how artwork travels across the Glass Panels @ CSUSB station.
Inplainsight art / artists amy baur and brian boldonart
SAR COMMITTEE ALSO RECOMMENDED THAT IF ADDITIONALFUNDING BY THE CITY OF SAN BERNARDINO IS POSSIBLE, THATTHIS ARTIST BE ASKED TO CREATE A LIGHT / METAL WORK FORTHE PROJECT AS WELL.
LOMA LINDA Juan & Patricia Navarrete City of Lomalinda StationsJerry L. Pettis Memorial Veterans Medical Center Station Anderson Street at Redlands Boulevard Stations Loma Linda University Medical Center Stations
Military Seals etched glass panels:Army, Marine Corp, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard
The Merchant Marine seal will be etched on the glass panel aswill the photograph of Jerry L. Pettis and his wife Shirley NeilPettis.
The free standing veterans sculpture is designed as a stationidentifier welcoming veterans at the Benton Street at Barton RoadStation.
Etched photographs on glass panelsOrange crate artBryn Mawr train stationLoma Linda health hotel, the Switzerland of America
Anderson Street atRedlands Boulevard freestanding sculpture