Installing Glass Artwork Commission at Kaiser Permanente

Erwin Timmers mounts the colorful glass high above the building lobby.

Erwin Timmers, Audrey Wilson and Reggie Williamson install the Washington Glass Studio glass artwork commissioned for Kaiser Permanente’s newly-expanded Largo Medical facility.  Art consultant Maxine Manges of MKM Fine Art had approached Washington Glass Studio last year, looking to commision a colorful addition to the two-story medical center lobby. The resulting minimalist artwork is rich in jewel toned colors.

Erwin Timmers and Audrey Wilson install Kaiser Pemanente’s newest artwork.

Audrey Wilson adjusts the location of the colored glass. Said Audrey “I like the way the analogous color scheme creates a harmonious balance throughout the building lobby”.


Erwin and Audrey spent the day at the Largo facility installing the artwork commission.
Erwin does the final adjustment of the glass components.
The team step back to see the full installation.

all photos by Reggie Williamson.

One thought on “Installing Glass Artwork Commission at Kaiser Permanente

  1. well, it looks pretty good. It’s amusing to think of Audrey commenting that she likes the analogous color scheme in the lobby – this comment might appear in Art in America someday!

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