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Vicki Scuri SiteWorks
Rock Creek Trail Pedestrian Bridge | Public Sculptures by Vicki Scuri SiteWorks | Veirs Mill Road & Aspen Hill Road, Aspen Hill, MD in Aspen Hill
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Rock Creek Trail Pedestrian Bridge - Public Sculptures

Featured In Veirs Mill Road & Aspen Hill Road, Aspen Hill, MD, Aspen Hill, MD

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Rock Creek Trail Bridge provides opportunity for safe passage and for symbolic connection with Montgomery County’s historic landscape: the era of water mills. Rock Creek Trail Bridge connects trails and neighborhoods with county parks and open spaces crossing heavily traveled Veirs Mill Road. The design is inspired by the Rock Creek and the watermill era; specifically by historic Cabin John footbridge. The artwork is integral to the design carrying watermill imagery through a number of forms; planters, concrete piers and fencing designs. Our project introduces native plant restoration and modular geometry that enhances the experience of passage, creating lively shadow gardens.

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Building on over 30 years of experience, Vicki Scuri’s career continues to evolve. Educated in printmaking and design, she transformed her studio work into large-scale public installations as a member of the Downtown Seattle Transit Artist Design Team. This program catalyzed her interest in collaborative work and public space. It marks the beginning of her practice, Vicki Scuri SiteWorks. Her primary focus is site responsive, collaborative design and Public Art, with emphasis on community identity through awareness of place, history and culture. Her practice specializes in infrastructure as public place, because infrastructure, best symbolized as the backbone of urban design, is the system upon which society builds its core values, creating meaning, mobility and connectivity. Having participated on over fifty design teams across the United States, she continuously hones her skills as an artist and collaborator. In 2013, she earned a Certificate in Digital Design and Fabrication, extending her interest in surface modeling by focusing her final project on pattern design in two and three dimensions, using the laser cutter and the router. These digital tools expand her abilities to realize her work and to embrace a more experimental process in image development.

Vicki’s projects, best known for symbolic pattern work; play of sunlight and shadow over sculptural form; and her ability to engage the entire site as a canvas, integrate functionality, landscape and art to create community landmarks. Community identity, site, climate, and environment are important considerations in shaping each project’s unique expression.

Vicki’s work, while functional, invites public imagination and engagement. Many of her projects feature the play of light. Shadows move throughout the day, marking time and seasons. Community members actively participate by strolling, recreating and pausing to enjoy their neighborhoods and friends. Often children interact with the shadows creating their own games. At night, LED lighting marks seasons and holidays, creating anticipation of celebration throughout the year. Civic spaces and pedestrian bridges become neighborhood destinations and gateways. They reflect community identity, promoting awareness of place, heritage and the environment. Patterning, sculptural form, sunlight, LED lighting, and restorative landscapes stand as cornerstones of her work.