Jeff Laramore has a rich background in design and communication. Over the course of his career, he has received national recognition for works in many mediums.
In the past decade, he has focused on three-dimensional, site-specific executions that strive to bring people together, while capturing and embodying a spirit of place.
Jeff’s public artworks have integrated many different materials, including water, glass, bronze, aluminum, steel and others. Reflecting a thorough understanding of space and environment, the pieces balance abstraction with accessibility—refining a community’s shared history into simple forms with layers of meaning.
Long before choosing materials (and often before a
site is selected), Jeff begins his creative process by collaborating with project decision-makers—including landscape architects, developers, architects, fabricators, planners and civic leaders. Once a location is chosen,
he sets about researching both his subject and its environment. To gain an even more thorough understanding of the area’s heritage, Jeff studies
the geography of the site, noting how the public
interacts with it. Only then does he begin his design; eventually overseeing the fabrication of a work that
both reflects and contributes to the cultural texture
of its surroundings.
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7650 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46240