Our foray into public art began with members of the firm serving on boards for several art-based organizations. This community involvement led to CLB participating in local public art events and competitions. It began with our FaceTime installation that was part of Jackson Hole’s PARKing day, a worldwide event that calls for creative people to transform parking spots into temporary public parks. The FaceTime structures were then re-clad, illuminated and on display for a winter event in Teton Village, the GLOW Festival. Town Enclosure was our next venture that resulted from our design being selected by Jackson Hole Public Art to erect a sculptural piece on the Center for the Arts Park Lawn. The piece has been in use from 2018-2020 as a corral for performances and artistic expression. Americans for the Arts, Public Art Network Year in Review named Town Enclosure as an Outstanding Public Art Project in 2019. While we continue to participate in our local events, we were fortunate to be invited to create a piece for NYCxDesign’s Design Pavilion, an annual event in Times Square that features experiential public art. Our 20′ steel ellipsoid structure, FILTER, served as a monument to the natural environment in an urban landscape.