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“SPOKEtacular” was created and designed by Paula Lewis of Post Falls, Idaho and received an Honorable Mention in the judged competition.
“After a years-long career in Graphic Design, Paula Lewis works from her Idaho home studio. There, she combines experience of graphic expression to make whimsical and one-of-a-kind art pieces in mixed media, digital, and collage. Lewis has also been involved with several committees to promote public art as a means of community pride and awareness. She enjoys outdoor activities which include bicycling with family and friends.”
Kalamazoo, Michigan — Bike Friendly Kalamazoo (BFK) is pleased to announce the winners of its Public Bike Art Competition for 2020. The art is intended for display on banners mounted on public lamp poles, with themes evoking the joys of bicycling. Banners are printed on two sides.
Proceeds from the sale of the banners will raise funds for bicycling education, awareness-building and safety. “Consort Display Group is honored to be working with Bike Friendly Kalamazoo to make a selection of the winning designs available for purchase,” commented Roger Lepley, its president. “As a long-time supporter of Bike Friendly Kalamazoo headquartered in Kalamazoo (MI) we love the idea that public artistic displays can lead to more bicycle-friendly communities.”
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