Here are examples of some that we have here in Reno. We commissioned these in 2004 (60 of them for $40,000, I believe). They are steel, aluminum, and copper. They go on the standard banner attachments for the light poles. They have held up pretty well (the kinetic parts have been vandalized some because they are reachable by jumping--I'd recommend placing them high enough to be out of reach!). 

Megan Berner
Public Art Program Coordinator
City of Reno
Arts, Culture, & Events
Office of the City Manager
McKinley Arts & Culture Center
925 Riverside Drive
Reno, NV  89503
w. 775.326.6333

On Mon, Aug 5, 2019 at 8:56 AM Charles Bergen <> wrote:
Good idea to check but Probably Not an issue if you keep the sculpture weight down. Seven lbs or less is what we had to keep the weight down to here in DC.

For attachment we used either the standard blade sign or buckle brackets available from MD Solutions 

Charles Bergen
202 546 2339

On Aug 5, 2019, at 11:51 AM, Brueggemann, Sherri <> wrote:

Hello, you may want to have the idea engineered first to make sure you’re not setting the lamp poles up for any unanticipated aeolian vibration that can cause the lamp anchor bolts at the bottom to shear off and then the lamp pole falls over – on a car...




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From: [] On Behalf Of Elayna Toby Singer
Sent: Monday, August 05, 2019 9:23 AM
Subject: sculptures on lamp posts


Happy Monday PAN Pals,

I’m working with our Parks Department to create a project scope and budget for fabricating, permitting, installing aluminum panel sculptures for lamp posts.


If you’ve done a similar project, I sure would appreciate images of the works, and budget info.


Thank you!


Elayna Toby Singer

Palm Beach County Art in Public Places

2633 Vista Parkway

West Palm Beach, FL 33411

(561) 233-0235 



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