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About Gordon Huether

Gordon Huether’s Projects have included art installations for private corporations, airports, transportation centers, parking garages, hotels, universities, hospitals, recreation centers, civic buildings, libraries, and museums.

Gordon Huether | Salt Lake City

SLC is embarking on an exciting new chapter with its terminal redevelopment program. This video offers a glimpse into the future of our facility and explains more about the reasons for redevelopment at Salt Lake City International Airport.


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The Cat and The Fiddle, The Cow Jumped Over The Moon!

Gordon Huether was commissioned through Architectural Arts Company for KDC Development and Corgan Architecture & Design, to create artwork for the CityLine development in Richardson, TX. It was Huether’s intent to reflect the development’s tagline and mission statement ‘Outside. In the City’. This new neighborhood aims to bring all aspects of an eclectic urban lifestyle together with an immediate proximity to natural retreats. Read more

Planetree Hospital Integrates Architectural Art Glass

The Stamford Hospital Project team selected artist Gordon Huether to design and create an architectural art glass wall for their new facility’s Chapel. Gordon’s understanding of the Planetree model, his profound experience in the creation of artwork for healthcare environments and his previous art glass work was a key consideration in his selection for this project. Read more

Public Art Creates Web of Conversation: New Video Just Released!

We are thrilled to share with you a brand new video telling the story about Gordon Huether's 'Tarantula' and 'Poppy Jasper' two major public art installations now installed in Morgan Hill, CA. Read more

Major Public Art Installation In Vail, CO

The Vail Town Council has recently approved Gordon Huether’s design for a permanent, site-specific public art installation at the I-70 Vail Underpass. The work will also function as a headlight glare screen for an adjacent residence. Artists Vicki Scuri and Adam Kuby were also finalists selected from the more than 80 artists who applied to be considered to create proposals for this site. Ultimately, the Town of Vail’s Art in Public Places (AIPP) board selected Huether on April 1st, 2016 for this project. Read more

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