Stacey M. Carter "Sea Lab Construction, 1964"
Stacey M. Carter "Sea Lab Construction, 1964," Hunters Point Shipyard 32 x 26”, Ink pigment and acrylic on wood panel 2022

Stacey Carter Art Update – Spring 2022

From Shipyard artist Stacey M. Carter: Spring Open Studios and SFO art installation!

This weekend! Spring Open Studios at Hunters Point Shipyard

Saturday & Sunday – April 30 & May 1 – 11am to 6pm

FREE Admission – Food & refreshments from Ujamaa Kitchen – Live music
Catalog: (PDF, 1.85 MB)
Tickets: (Eventbrite)

Stacey Carter New Studio: Bldg 101 – # 1111
Same Building 101 – new space located on the 1st floor near the east parking lot!

Continuous City at San Francisco International Airport
Carter-Lynch Collaboration: Public Art Commission

The new public art commission Continuous City, done in collaboration with Derek Lynch, is now on permanent display at the San Francisco International Airport! The artwork, a 5- x 40-foot multi-layered print on glass and aluminum, is a montage of the city of San Francisco past and present. This project was a labor of love that began at the start of the pandemic lockdown and finished in late 2021. My collaborator Derek Lynch and I are thrilled to have seen this artwork through to completion and now on permanent display at SFO!

Continuous City is located in the new Terminal 3 Post-Security Connector Walkway that connects Terminals 2 and 3. Travelers flying domestic airlines via SFO can see Continuous City alongside other commissioned artworks by Kim Anno & Paul Madonna. The Carter-Lynch piece is also adjacent to the Kadish Gallery which features exhibitions of photography curated by the SFO Museum in collaboration with the San Francisco Arts Commission.

All three newly commissioned artworks are amazing and impressive to see. Congratulations to all the artists and a sincere thanks to our SFAC project manager Aleta Lee, the San Francisco Arts Commission, Lenehan Architectural Glass, Magnolia Editions and everyone on the SFO team who worked so hard to make this public art project happen.

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