New works are purchased through the 1% for arts program or with funds from the visual arts acquisition fund. Public Art Program includes over 100 artworks around the City of Redmond. A Collection Maintenance Program cares for the public art owned by the City.
Additions to the City's Collection
Hunting Fox, bronze sculpture, by Tony Angell at Redmond City Hall, 15670 NE 85th St.
Seagull on a Post, red cedar sculpture, by Dudley Carter at Dudley Carter Park, corner of Leary Way and 159th PL NE.
Abandoned Truck, Twin Lakes, photograph, by Malcolm L. Edwards at Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave NE
Zen Rock Garden, digital media, by Dan Colvin at Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave NE
Dawn, mixed media on panel, by Andie DeRoux at Redmond Senior Center, 8703 160th Ave NE
Silver Forest, mixed media on panel, by Andie DeRoux at City Hall, 15670 NE 85th St
Modern Convenience, powder-coated steel, hammers, chains, sprockets, basalt, by Chris McMullen at City Hall, 15670 NE 85th St
Unknown Voyages and Strange Events by Inez Storer
Going to the Other Side by Inez Storer
Public Safety Building Art Panels by Roberto Delgado
2007 Redmond Volunteer Arts Award by Jay Levey
Scooter by Pamela Drury Wattenmaker
Art Outside the Box Pilot Project by Jill Schmidt and Brandie Lakman at the corner of 85th St and 160th Ave
2006 Redmond Volunteer Arts Award Floating through Life by Marita Dingus
Dudley Carter by Suzanne O'Connor
Large Double Swirl with Glass by Andrew Carson
Silver Thaw by Ed Carpenter at City Hall entrance at 15670 NE 85th St
River and Rain by Blue McRight and Warren Wagner at Redmond Campus parking garage
2005 Redmond Volunteer Arts Award Untitled fused glass by William Ayers
The First Pitch by Hai Ying Wu at Grass Lawn Park (entrance from east parking lot) on 148 Ave NE
Fire Fighter's Bench by Michele Van Slyke on the Fire Fighter's Plaza - donated by the Rotary Club of Redmond
Green Field and Aviary by Elizabeth Conner and Glenn Herlihy at Perrigo Community Park Art, 9011 196th Ave NE