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  • Stone Paper Scissors wins 2011 Orchid Award

    Art Produce Garden

    Art Produce Garden was awarded the 2011 “Orchid” in Sustainable Design by the San Diego Architectural Foundation. The 2009 "Orchid" award for public art went to Art Produce Gallery. This is the 5th “Orchid” for work by Stone Paper Scissors!  Read more...

  • Stone Paper Scissors wins 2009 Orchid Award

    Art Produce Gallery

    2009 Orchids & Onions jury comments:
    "When artist Lynn Susholtz renovated the old North Park Produce building into Art Produce, her plans included a "pedestrian art gallery." The long and narrow space has storefront windows along University Avenue, where the art is part of the street, the art viewer is also on display, and the activity of the street becomes part of the experience of the art. Places like this are fundamental to the experience of walking in the city.  Read more...

  • Stone Paper Scissors wins 1998 Orchid Award

    North Park Elementary School

    North Park Elementary School is sited at the corner of an 11 acre community park which includes sports facilities, a playground designed by Stone Paper Scissors and a recreation center where in 1995 Lynn founded an after-school multi-disciplinary arts program and continues to teach. This new elementary school was a community initiated project and part of the General Development Plan update for the park. Outdoor amphitheater and entry gates were designed in Lynn’s after-school art classes with 8-16 yr. old students, and community artists.  Read more... 

  • Stone Paper Scissors wins 1996 Orchid Award

    Shadow Changes

    Shadow Changes is a series of brightly colored kinetic aluminum sculptures suspended from steel cable for the exterior plaza of a medical center in Escondido, California. The project was awarded the 1995 “Orchid” for public art from the San Diego chapter of the American Institute of Architects.  Read more...

  • Stone Paper Scissors wins 1995 Orchid Award

    Vermont Street Pedestrian Bridge

    The Vermont Street Pedestrian Bridge is a 420 ft. long steel and concrete pedestrian bridge spanning a canyon and connecting two distinct San Diego communities. The project was completed in 1994 and received an "Orchid" award from the San Diego County chapter of the American Institute of Architects and a special project award from the California chapter of the American Planners Association. Published in Art in America magazine 1995 "Year End Review, Art in Public Places" and San Diego Home and Garden magazine, "Art for Our Sake" review of public art in San Diego.  Read more...