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Painter Adam Reese, firstname.lastname@example.org, who works as a studio artist at GSD&M, Austin, recently had a piece called "Spring Fever" adorning Austin City Hall, in a project commissioned by a public celebration of the arts called First Night Austin, and underwritten by GSD&M. The work, which has also been displayed on GSD&M's offices — see the PDF for shots of both locations, along with all the "Spring Fever" art and other paintings — was influenced by "baroque architecture, color theory and design," says Reese. "It depicts cyclic Mother Nature in full bloom." See www.myspace.com/adamcreese for more.