Architectural Elements

“The sculptures look marvelous!   Moving…solid….fluid… and spacious all at once.”    – Carolyn Johnson

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Tree Window Screen

Tree Window Screen Designed by Alisa Looney Built by Archiform Tree Window Screen This 1952 midcentury ranch home in NE Portland’s Sabin neighborhood was re-imagined and brought into the 21st century, from peak to footing by Arciform. It has a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere, and the owners are fantastic hosts and modern furniture and art collectors. Two key décor elements were created for the home, Custom window screen design by local artist Alisa Looney and Hand carved entry door by Tom Cramer. – photo by the Artist
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Tree Window Screen

Tree Window Screen Designed by Alisa Looney Built by Archiform Tree Window Screen This 1952 midcentury ranch home in NE Portland’s Sabin neighborhood was re-imagined and brought into the 21st century, from peak to footing by Arciform. It has a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere, and the owners are fantastic hosts and modern furniture and art collectors. Two key décor elements were created for the home, Custom window screen design by local artist Alisa Looney and Hand carved entry door by Tom Cramer. – photo by the Artist
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Commission – Sculptural Handrail “At Play”

“At Play” railing was commissioned for a Private Residence in Hillsboro, Oregon. Client’s need for the handrail was first for the purpose of safety and secondly to fulfill their wish to add a fun sculptural element to an already whimsical property. My intention with this design was to capture the playful spirit of the couple who lived and worked on their farm. The design began as two people rolling and playing on a hillside, and evolved into adding swings as a result of collaborating with the client and fabricator during the design process. This was a fun project! Process: Made with steel square tubing, handrail stock custom rolled and pressed to follow grade onsteps, adding matching volutes, panels plasma cut from 1/8? steel plate, ground, TIG welded , then Powder-coated Yellow.
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Commission – Sculptural Handrail “At Play”

“At Play” railing was commissioned for a Private Residence in Hillsboro, Oregon. Client’s need for the handrail was first for the purpose of safety and secondly to fulfill their wish to add a fun sculptural element to an already whimsical property. My intention with this design was to capture the playful spirit of the couple who lived and worked on their farm. The design began as two people rolling and playing on a hillside, and evolved into adding swings as a result of collaborating with the client and fabricator during the design process. This was a fun project! Process: Made with steel square tubing, handrail stock custom rolled and pressed to follow grade onsteps, adding matching volutes, panels plasma cut from 1/8? steel plate, ground, TIG welded , then Powder-coated Yellow.
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Chinook Salmon Run - Wall Sculpture

The Chinook Salmon Run installed beautifully on the entry wall of this beautiful home along the Columbia River. The clients were thrilled and both felt it blended their tastes parfectly.
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Chinook Salmon Run - Wall Sculpture

The Chinook Salmon Run installed beautifully on the entry wall of this beautiful home along the Columbia River. The clients were thrilled and both felt it blended their tastes parfectly.
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Dancing With Fire - Total Art Collaboration

This collaboration between Alisa Looney and Wade Womack was designed to be a Total Art experience. “Dancing with Fire” engages multiple senses: visual, experiential and time based. Fire creates warmth and causes mobile to dance, while colored glass reflects light, and fire shining through spiraling shapes of bowl creates dynamic shadows in motion. Exhibited in the 2019 Bend Winterfest Fire Pit Competition, and later sold to a happy client in Boise, Idaho, for their back patio entertainment area.
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Dancing With Fire - Total Art Collaboration

This collaboration between Alisa Looney and Wade Womack was designed to be a Total Art experience. “Dancing with Fire” engages multiple senses: visual, experiential and time based. Fire creates warmth and causes mobile to dance, while colored glass reflects light, and fire shining through spiraling shapes of bowl creates dynamic shadows in motion. Exhibited in the 2019 Bend Winterfest Fire Pit Competition, and later sold to a happy client in Boise, Idaho, for their back patio entertainment area.
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Dancing With Fire - Total Art Collaboration

This collaboration between Alisa Looney and Wade Womack was designed to be a Total Art experience. “Dancing with Fire” engages multiple senses: visual, experiential and time based. Fire creates warmth and causes mobile to dance, while colored glass reflects light, and fire shining through spiraling shapes of bowl creates dynamic shadows in motion. Exhibited in the 2019 Bend Winterfest Fire Pit Competition, and later sold to a happy client in Boise, Idaho, for their back patio entertainment area.