Author Archives: Amanda

Video: Design Concept Testing for Cabela’s

We are creating a moving fish flag display for corporate client Cabela’s, the World’s Foremost Outdoor Outfitter, as they open a new retail location in North Carolina. The colorful fish will complement Cabela’s attractive and upscale storefront feel, complement their … Continue reading

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Built to Last: Suspended Art Installations That Stand the Test of Time

We often talk about the artistry and client collaboration that go into our suspended art installations, but don’t always discuss their strength and durability. Thanks to the talented and creative Andy Peirce, our welder for over 10 years, we are … Continue reading

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Custom Light Pole Banners for Cortez, Colorado

Mesa Verde Country, Colorado is a wonderful and varied place! Our client, Lynn Dyer at Mesa Verde Country Visitor Information Center, had a vision: to create light pole banner designs showcasing all that her community offers that appeal to a … Continue reading

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Hanging Mobile Atrium Art: Monarch Butterfly Sculpture

Suspended Art for Large Places. This blog post features new photographs of the suspended installation currently on display in the atrium of the Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) in Houma, Louisiana. Banner Art Studio was proud to work in collaboration … Continue reading

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Holiday Banners

Get your orders in now! Early Fall is the time to start working with the artists at Banner Art Studios to create a custom main street banner for the holidays. Promote your downtown Christmas shopping area and generate excitement with … Continue reading

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Downtown District of Normandy MO to Showcase Fall Foliage

Mayor Patrick Green contacted Banner Art Studio because of his interest in custom light pole banners for this northwestern suburb of St. Louis. He expressed his desire to create something “different” that would set his downtown district apart from the … Continue reading

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Hanging Mobile Art for Hospitals: Sacramento, CA

Last spring, Banner Art Studio created a large scale suspended installation of butterflies, dragonflies and leaves for the entryway of an outpatient children’s center at Sutter Medical Plaza in Sacramento, California. The center houses pediatric neurologists, gastroenterologists, and clinics and is … Continue reading

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Hanging Mobile for U.S. Marine Corps Youth Center: Atrium Fabric Art

Banner Art Studio is pleased to announce completion of a large scale abstract suspended installation for the entryway of the new Youth Center at the Marine Corps Base in Oahu, Hawaii. The 3/4-inch model our studio built for the mobile … Continue reading

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Large Scale Mobile Art for Hospitals: Terrebonne General Medical Center

Banner Art is proud to announce that we have been commissioned to produce a suspended installation for the Terrebonne General Medical Center (TGMC) at our studio. The completed atrium hanging mobile will hang from the ceiling in TGMC’s entryway. The piece is made … Continue reading

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New Street Pole Banners for Glenwood Springs

One of Banner Art Studio’s currently ongoing projects is a collection of bright summer sunflowers for a street pole display commissioned by the City of Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The hand-sewn applique banners will be 32 inches by 6 feet, and … Continue reading

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