Art Mission

CRG has always believed that artwork can enhance the quality of a project and give it a unique character.

Public art can heighten the image and the value of a project and its income-producing potential. Our clients and their customers enjoy artwork and the identity it gives a building. Some developers feel strongly that works of art increase the value of the property itself and others have found that spending money on public art and cultural amenities can generate as much press as a public relations campaign, garnering more good will in the process. Supporting the arts through private development is a way to give back to the community in return for the ability to build.

Celebrating Black Main Street Through Art

The Standard at Columbia Art Installation

Now largely an arts district called The Vista, the area in and around Washington Street was once called “Black Main Street” and bustled with African American owned businesses. The mural celebrates and remembers that vibrant time through three mural locations.

Art by the Community, for the Community, from the Community

Broadway Chapter Mural

CRG recently completed a parking garage project in Fort Worth utilizing a local artist to create a one of a kind piece of art to enhance the facade and engage the community.

Creating Character

A.M. 1980 Residences Mural

While building in Bucktown, we were conscious that we were not only delivering a building that satisfied future tenants but that we were creating a new space in an existing and thriving community.

This triptych was created to inspire peace and tranquility

Upshore Chapter Art Installation

The piece includes three separate frames with multiple panels to offer a touch of dimension for viewers as they follow the story of the “swan maiden,” a mythos pulled from various cultures to influence Hurley’s final series.

The sculpture is a glass-and-stainless steel sculpture

Clear Passage Sculpture

Clayco teamed up with Mickett/Stackhouse Studios to create a sculpture for the lobby of the Gateway Plaza office building in Richmond, Virginia.

“Riversong” is an original painting by renowned artists

Gateway Plaza Mural

Clayco teamed up with Mickett/Stackhouse Studios to design a massive mural of the James River rapids for the lobby of Gateway Plaza in Richmond, Virginia.

As sunlight shines through in an array of dazzling colors

Canopy at Centene Plaza

The light-diffusing characteristics of glass reach their fullest potential in this canopy designed by artist Liam Gillick.