Terminal B Artwork

“The House Will Not Pass for Any Color But Its Own”
“The House Will Not Pass for Any Color But Its Own”
“The House Will Not Pass for Any Color But Its Own” by Mildred Howard, Glass Sculpture, 17’ tall, 1” thick.
"Leap"
"Leap"
“Leap” by Lawrence Argent, Suspended Aluminum and Steel Sculpture, 56’ long and 15’ diameter. (photo credit: Glen E. Peach)
“Acorn Stream”
“Acorn Stream”
“Acorn Stream” by Donald Lipski, Suspended, Mixed Media Sculpture, 30’ diameter AND (on floor) “Your Words Are Music to My Ears’” by Louise Bertelsen and Po Shu Wang of Living Lenses, Interactive Sound Installation, Steel, 10’ high. (photo credit: Glen E. Peach)
"Acorn Stream"
"Acorn Stream"
“Acorn Stream” by Donald Lipski, Suspended, Mixed Media Sculpture, 30’ diameter AND (on floor) “Your Words Are Music to My Ears’” by Louise Bertelsen and Po Shu Wang of Living Lenses, Interactive Sound Installation, Steel, 10’ high. (photo credit: Glen E. Peach)
“Leap”  by Lawrence Argent, Suspended Aluminum and Steel Sculpture, 56’ long and 15’ diameter. (photo credit: Glen E. Peach)
"Leap" “Leap” by Lawrence Argent, Suspended Aluminum and Steel Sculpture, 56’ long and 15’ diameter. (photo credit: Glen E. Peach)
“The House Will Not Pass for Any Color But Its Own”
“The House Will Not Pass for Any Color But Its Own”
“The House Will Not Pass for Any Color But Its Own” by Mildred Howard, Glass Sculpture, 17’ tall, 1” thick.
Shaped like a French horn, the sculpture by Living Lenses (Louise Bertelsen and Po Shu Wang) contains a computer for users to send messages.  The text is converted to music. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Your Words are Music to Their Ears Shaped like a French horn, the sculpture by Living Lenses (Louise Bertelsen and Po Shu Wang) contains a computer for users to send messages. The text is converted to music. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Active Ecosystem is an interactive art installation inspired by the cycles of growth, movement, and decay in the natural and agricultural environment of Sacramento by artists Camille Utterback and Michelle Higa. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Active Ecosystem 2 Active Ecosystem is an interactive art installation inspired by the cycles of growth, movement, and decay in the natural and agricultural environment of Sacramento by artists Camille Utterback and Michelle Higa. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Active Ecosystem is an interactive art installation inspired by the cycles of growth, movement, and decay in the natural and agricultural environment of Sacramento by artists Camille Utterback and Michelle Higa. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Active Ecosystem Active Ecosystem is an interactive art installation inspired by the cycles of growth, movement, and decay in the natural and agricultural environment of Sacramento by artists Camille Utterback and Michelle Higa. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
"Airside" lines the sides of the Automated People Mover with small wind vanes that will respond to turbulence of the trains and wind by artist Ned Kahn. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Airside "Airside" lines the sides of the Automated People Mover with small wind vanes that will respond to turbulence of the trains and wind by artist Ned Kahn. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Artist Lynn Criswell designed artwork for the floor and ceiling.  A fied of yellow on the floor shows birds while emerald green cages are suspeneded above. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Bird Mosaic Artist Lynn Criswell designed artwork for the floor and ceiling. A fied of yellow on the floor shows birds while emerald green cages are suspeneded above. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Artist Lynn Criswell designed artwork for the floor and ceiling.  A fied of yellow on the floor shows birds while emerald green cages are suspeneded above. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Emerald Green Bird Cages Artist Lynn Criswell designed artwork for the floor and ceiling. A fied of yellow on the floor shows birds while emerald green cages are suspeneded above. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
"Flying Colors" is a glass mosaic on the floor by artist Suzanne Adan. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Flying Colors 2 "Flying Colors" is a glass mosaic on the floor by artist Suzanne Adan. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
"Flying Colors" is a glass mosaic on the floor by artist Suzanne Adan. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Flying Colors "Flying Colors" is a glass mosaic on the floor by artist Suzanne Adan. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
"Migration" is a backlit ceiling piece showing images of the sandhill cranes in flight by artist Marcia Stuermer. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Migration 2 "Migration" is a backlit ceiling piece showing images of the sandhill cranes in flight by artist Marcia Stuermer. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
"Migration" is a backlit ceiling piece showing images of the sandhill cranes in flight by artist Marcia Stuermer. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Migration "Migration" is a backlit ceiling piece showing images of the sandhill cranes in flight by artist Marcia Stuermer. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Artist Lynn Criswell designed artwork for the floor and ceiling.  A fied of yellow on the floor shows birds while emerald green cages are suspeneded above. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Native Birds Artist Lynn Criswell designed artwork for the floor and ceiling. A fied of yellow on the floor shows birds while emerald green cages are suspeneded above. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Sacramento's own Gregory Kondos painted this picture inspired by the discovery of gold in 1848. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
Sutter's Gold Sacramento's own Gregory Kondos painted this picture inspired by the discovery of gold in 1848. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
The Baggage Handlers depicts the faces of four airport operation workers using wood pieces by artist Christian Moeller. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)
The Baggage Handlers The Baggage Handlers depicts the faces of four airport operation workers using wood pieces by artist Christian Moeller. (credit: sacmetroarts.org)

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