Artprize2012: Anthony Mickel provided a well crafted sanctuary in which people could interact, contemplate and meditate overlooking Ah-nab-awen Park and The Gerald R. Ford Museum. Countless supporters marveled the complex fluid shapes and flawless jewel like design. This structure embodied a deep mathematical and geometric expression. The Temple offered a unique experience of space and enclosure. ArtPrize2013: Anthony and a team of creative minds designed a clean up and development project that worked with environmental garbage by transforming it into solar powered functional art. Electric Castle was made of upcycled & repurposed materials. Its function was to create green energy. It housed a solar hot water heater and generated energy from a constantly flowing water fountain made of recycled tires. Both 2012 and 2013 exhibits drew large crowds after dark with rainbow-hues of LED color-changing lights to fade, breathe, morph, expand and retract color creating an illusion of breathing, color-shifting walls.
Anthony's ArtPrize Entries
These are Anthony's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.
Anthony's Past Work
These are images of past work that Anthony has done.