About Gordon Huether

Gordon Huether’s Projects have included art installations for private corporations, airports, transportation centers, parking garages, hotels, universities, hospitals, recreation centers, civic buildings, libraries, and museums.

Gordon Huether | Salt Lake City

SLC is embarking on an exciting new chapter with its terminal redevelopment program. This video offers a glimpse into the future of our facility and explains more about the reasons for redevelopment at Salt Lake City International Airport.

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2017 In Review - A Time To Be Grateful...

We are so grateful we were spared by the ferocious Napa Valley wildfires. Our hearts, thoughts and support continue to go out to our friends and local community that remain affected by this recent tragedy. As 2017 is coming to a close we are full of gratitude for all the incredible projects we've been working on this year! Read more

Touchdown! Public Art Commission for the New Football Complex at Clemson University

On December 6, 2017, Atelier InSite, a Creative Inquiry project comprised of student representatives from all five colleges at Clemson University, selected Gordon Huether to create a large-scale, site-specific sculptural public art installation for Clemson’s state-of-the-art Allen Reeves Football Complex, home of the national champions Clemson Tigers. Read more

CODApresents "Telling Stories: Gordon Huether’s Large-Scale Installations"

CODAworx [Collaboration of Design + Art] – a commissioning agency that cultivates, promotes and fosters the collaboration between designers, architects and artists – just published an expansive feature article about Gordon, his vision and his day-to-day studio practice. Read more

SLC's DA’s Office Unveils Gordon's Glass Art Installation

On September 27, 2017 the Salt Lake County Downtown District Attorney’s Office unveiled Gordon's glass art installation. The new DA's office building is located in downtown Salt Lake City at 35 East 500 South Main Street. This $65.4 million project features “Words We Live By”, Gordon Huether’s large-scale architectural glass art installation on the building’s façade. Read more

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