@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #publicart This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 134 posts and this is page 2 of 12.

For this suite of prints, Shaun O’Dell uses simplified icons of American history—liberty bells and silhouettes of the founding fathers—to depict the complexity of the past. This image was posted on November 08, 2021. #shaunodell #etching #publicart #sfac
In Crystal Liu’s universe, elements of the natural world serve as actors in a grand narrative of emotional and personal origins. This image was posted on September 07, 2021. #airportart #publicart #sfac #collage #watercolor
The sculptures in “Bird Plane House, Shell, Intersection” by Gay Outlaw are based on simple geometric forms, however, the surface treatments of each work render them engaging and approachable. This image was posted on July 29, 2021. #publicart #airportart #gayoutlaw #sculptures
Galvanized by an atmosphere of protest and possibility, pioneering artist, filmmaker, and blues musician Mike Henderson left Marshall, Missouri, to attend @sfaiofficial where he received his MFA in 1970. This image was posted on June 28, 2021. #publicart #sfac #painting #abstractpainting #bayareaartist
Presenting candid snapshots of four of San Francisco's most beloved and iconic neighborhoods, Emily Fromm's mosaic installation "Four Corners" captures the diverse urban beauty of the city in single-moment vignettes. This image was posted on June 11, 2021. #publicart #sfac #mosaic #installation #sanfrancisco #onlyinsf
Look who's back! This image was posted on May 27, 2021. #publicart #deborahbutterfield #horse #sculpture
“Coding” uses computer controlled lighting and decorative architectural finishes to create an immersive environmental installation. This image was posted on January 26, 2021. #publicart #installationart #art #morsecode
Using the language of cartography, “Strangerhood” by Lordy Rodriguez features maps depicting six iconic San Francisco neighborhoods reimagined as independent countries. This image was posted on January 12, 2021. #publicart #museumfromhome #sanfrancisco
Richard Diebenkorn was a California-based painter and printmaker who spent much of his renowned career in the Bay Area. This image was posted on December 22, 2020. #publicart #etching #museumfromhome
Untitled (Large Variation)” by #AmyEllingson suggests movement and transformation through color, geometry, repetition, scale, and spatial illusion. This image was posted on December 14, 2020. #publicart #museumfromhome
Standing thirty-five feet tall, “Ether” is the first permanent artwork in the United States by Japanese artist #KoheiNawa. This image was posted on November 10, 2020. #publicart #museumfromhome
Inspired by American folk art, quilting, and storytelling, #ClareRojas creates dreamlike images executed in tightly drawn, crystalline shapes. This image was posted on October 27, 2020. #publicart #museumfromhome