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John Fleming


Sheridan Station and Kipling Bridge

John Fleming has spent 30 years developing a broad portfolio of art, architecture, and conceptual/environmental projects.

Two well-known examples of his work - The Grass Blades at Seattle Center and the conceptual project CUA/Center for Urban Agriculture in downtown Seattle blur the boundaries between all three.

John studied ceramics in the late 70's at Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, ID, and Northern Arizona University, in Flagstaff before pursuing a Masters in Architecture at the University of New Mexico.

John has taught design and ceramics in Ahmedabad, India and has worked with noted architects Anant Raje in India, Antoine Predock in NewMexico, and George Suyama in Seattle.

Along with John's permanent art installations he has had a number of gallery shows and landscape installations. The SIGN LANGUAGE Series, art work fabricated from recycled traffic signs, appeared at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder, as well as landscape locations high above Leadville, in the Utah desert, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Idaho, and the Snoqualmie National Forest in Washington.

For more information on John or to see his past work, please visit his website.

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