JLA Art Park – 2010/2011
Bringing art into the mountains was the main idea behind the worldʼs first terrain park to combine original art with jumps, rails, boxes and wall rides at Mammoth Mountain’s Unbound Terrain Parks.
Working with the Unbound Terrain Park fabricators we took 8270 pounds of steel, 206 feet of rail, 1880 square feet of direct wood printed plywood and 3 weeks time to design, construct and install the three-dimensional, rideable art sculptures on the ski resort all while dealing with 17 feet of snowfall.
Jamie Lynn Signature Art Park – 2011/2012
Collaborated with artist/snowboarder Jamie Lynn and the Unbound Terrain Park fabricators once again to create the three-dimensional, rideable art sculptures for his signature Terrain Park.
The difficulty of this project was taking the small original art pieces and re-working them for the large direct wood printed plywood sheets that created 10 new rails and boxes along with six billboards to display the re-worked art.