Thumbnails of works currently hanging in the US Air Force Research Laboratories complex in Rome, NY.  Twenty-one 18x24 works were installed in November 2003. The lower six, 30x40 and 40x60, were installed in October 2005.
Astrologies 2
Astrologies 3
Astrologies 4
Astrologies 5
C L A S S I F I E D
Egclipsis 1
Egclipsis 3
Egclipsis 13
Egclipsis 6
Egclipsis 7
Egclipsis 4
Map
Lines and Squares 4
Lines and Squares 1
Lines and Squares 8
Metamorphosen 3
Triangles 1
Triangles 6
Triangles 2
Nexus
Times Two 10
Bleux
C L A S S I F I F I E D
Day Lillies
RedBlackBlues
LaLuzita
Triangles 8
PRESS RELEASE

On August 5, 2003, Hi-Tech Arts was awarded a contract for twenty-one framed and matted prints of works by Pennsylvania artist-composer Warren Richard Furman. They were installed in November in a new building recently completed at the Air Force Research Laboratories in Rome, NY. Three new larger works are due to be ordered soon.  [This turned out to be six, as above, not three.]

By way of explaining how the decision was made to choose Warren Furman's Hi-Tech Arts as the source of artwork for the project, the designer said, "This is a very high-tech intelligence lab, and I was contemplating some of the things in which the scientists were interested. This led me to look for fractals as art, and somewhere along the way I found your [HiTechArts.com] website. Many times I use artwork that is under GSA (government) contract, because we do a lot of government projects. However, much of that artwork is reproduction prints of well-known artists or "motivational" prints. I really wanted something different for this project."

The hightly classified nature of the AFRL prohibits photographs of the collection, but here are a couple of early ones. You will see why the architect felt the need for a few larger prints.

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