1954 Trinity



The Patinated Aluminum sculpture at the front of 1954 Trinity Avenue in Downtown Walnut Creek complements the modern architecture of the new 12 Unit Lenox Homes condominium. Inspired by cathartic and dynamic responses to color and how particular combinations lead to elation. Created by artist Pard Morrison, his works expand upon minimalist traditions. Morrison colors the aluminum forms of his sculptures in an enameling process he calls patination. The smooth surfaces of these works belie the brushstrokes that are visible throughout his elaborate arrangement of color. Brain Gross Fine Art is pleased to announce the opening of internationally acclaimed artist Pard Morrison: BLOOM. Exhibition open for viewing through July 19th, 2021

Referred to asThree by Lenox, the sprawling large single-level residences bring a new level to Downtown urban living. Priced from the $1.2 Millions, the chic luxury condos are within walking distance to world-class shopping, dining, and the Lesher Center for the Arts. THREE’s Sublime location is amplified by its maintenance-free lock and go lifestyle. Featuring two bed, two bath floor plans equipt with designer-selected finishes, appliances, and large private terraces with views of Mt. Diablo. The best surprises await you at the top; transport yourself to the SkyDeck, an outdoor oasis for residences to enjoy. Lounge over a glass of wine while watching the sunset or watch the game on the roof deck tv. Models now open; reservations are by appointment.

“Public Art Consulting Staff collaborated with the developer choosing Pard Morrison’s dynamic and colorful sculptor was an excellent fit for this location. It’s a wonderful thing when the artwork is perfectly suited with the taste of the developer.” Mayor Kevin Wilk

“When cars stop, they are not looking at my building; they look at Pard Morrison Art Piece. It adds heart to our project, and the colors as I interoperate them remind me of what it took for us to get here. We love building in Walnut Creek because of opportunities like this. The forward-thinking of the art commission is impacting the next generation and will go on in perpetuity.” President Daniel Freeman