of Goodyear, Arizona
Immediate Release: June 22, 2009
Public Art concept for Goodyear fire station to
GOODYEAR, ARIZ. (June 22, 2009) The concept for the
public art project proposed for a Goodyear fire station will be unveiled
Thursday, June 25.
Nationally renowned artist Ken Williams will present his artistic
concept for the project planned for the exterior of Goodyear Fire Station 185
near PebbleCreek during a meeting from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the PebbleCreek
Tuscany Clubhouse, 16222 W. Clubhouse Drive, just west of PebbleCreek Parkway.
As in the previous May 13 meeting held at Goodyear City Hall, Williams will invite comments from the public and is interested in feedback from
The meeting is open to the general public and participation is
Williams was selected as the artist for the project by a panel of
residents. The city's art ordinance allows for funding of public art costing up
to 1 percent of the city's capital improvement project budget each year.
Fire Station 185 was designed and built before the public art
project was planned or authorized.
primarily in sculpted brick, and has received many awards for his artwork. He
has completed more than 70 public and private art commissions nationally.
For additional information, call Dianne Cripe at 623-882-7809.