Scenic Art

Auburn University Aquatic Resource Management Center

The public lobby of the Aquatic Resource Management Center at Auburn University is designed to be a welcoming blend of nature, technology and water. The exhibits celebrate the history of the university’s world-renowned aquaculture and marine sciences departments and their many partnerships in research, service and conservation.   Interactive and updateable, these displays provide an […]

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Macon Museum of Arts ans Sciences

The Macon Museum of Arts and Sciences’ newly renovated Discovery House is a 1700 square foot exhibit space filled with educational and interactive exhibits. Working with the design firm of Lyons/Zaremba and in close concert with the museum staff Malone design/fabrication strove to create an environment that is both exciting and engaging. Highlights of the […]

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First Colony: Our Spanish Origins

First Colony: Our Spanish Origins is a 2,700 square foot traveling exhibition developed by the Florida Museum of Natural History, designed by HealyKohler Design, and produced by Malone Design/Fabrication. In 1565, forty-two years before the founding of Jamestown, St. Augustine, FL was established by Spain as the first permanent European settlement in the United States. […]

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Polk’s Nature Discovery Center

Located in central Polk County and nestled among centuries-old live oaks, Polk’s Nature Discovery Center is uniquely positioned to become the prime destination for nature viewing, information, and education. Features include dynamic, engaging exhibits, classroom and group facilities, opportunities for family and individual study, as well as recreation areas and miles of trails.  A variety […]

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Tennessee Civil War Visitor Center

Malone worked with the State of Tennessee, Department of General Services, Department of Tourist Development, Van Pond Architect, LLC, and Hazlip Studios to develop sixteen interpretive exhibits. Located at various visitor centers throughout Tennessee, the exhibits were developed to educate visitors on the role the State of Tennessee played in the American Civil War. In […]

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Riverside United Methodist Church

Riverside United Methodist Church worked with the scenic department at Malone to create a children’s themed environment in the church hall.  A hand paint mural wraps around the hall illustrating a cartoon themed city life while 3 dimensional sculpted objects tie in with the mural to create the illusion of depth.

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High Museum of Art Greene Family Learning Center

Malone Design/Fabrication collaborated with The High Museum of Art and Kraemer Design + Production  to produce this approximate 2000 square foot exhibit that is based on the premise of making art accessible to young visitors.  Visitors are invited to explore various artists as well as movements in art.  From recreating still life art to a […]

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Hoover Dam Visitor Center

Malone Design/Fabrication designed, fabricated and installed immersive exhibits focused on the history of Hoover Dam and the science of hydro-electric generation. A mixture of artifacts, graphics, audio-visual productions, computer and mechanical interactives, dioramas, and models are presented in a hierarchy that is appealing to both the casually curious visitor and the engineering buff.  A grand […]

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Thronateeska Science Discovery Center

Originally located in the old city train station, the Thronateeska Science Discovery Center is a centerpiece of the revitalization of downtown Albany, GA.  The outside perimeter is lined with interchangeable walls that can be reconfigured as the museum grows.  The interactives are engaging: green screen games with multiple screens, push button videos that explain the […]

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Audubon Insectarium-Metamorphosis and Success Stories Galleries

Metamorphosis and Success Stories Galleries consist of two exhibit rooms detailing various insects and their habitats.  Metamorphosis is one of the most fascinating transformations that occurs in certain animal/insect species.  This exhibit illustrates insect courtship, mating, and life cycles.  A working husbandry lab shows visitors how insects reproduce and grow.  The Success Stories Gallery was […]

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Osceola County Welcome Center & History Museum

Osceola County Historic Society teamed with Frina Design, Quinn Commercial  and Malone to fabricate the County’s new Welcome Center & History Museum.  The facility is adjacent to Shingle Creek, one of Osceola County’s oldest settlements.  The new Welcome Center & History Museum provides an orientation of the county’s rich natural resources, passive outdoor recreation assets […]

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Upper Mississippi National Wildlife Refuge

The goals for the visitor center are to help the visitor grasp how important the refuge is to millions of animals.  The exhibit design evokes the river through high-impact images and three-dimensional vignettes, as well as through overall shape, texture and color.  Photomurals dominate the interior, organic shapes define space, and dioramas immerse visitors.  There […]

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Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge

This large refuge along the Rio Grande spans more than 57,000 acres of managed wetlands, foothills, mountains and desert wilderness. It is also a popular destination for migrating bird populations and human visitors for hiking, bird watching and nature photography. With its accessible trails and many observation decks, the refuge offers a rich and diverse […]

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Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge

Less than an hour south of Albuquerque, this refuge is one of the largest in the lower 48 states, most of which is unmanaged wilderness. Since much of the refuge is inaccessible to visitors, Malone’s task in designing the new visitor center exhibits was to ‘bring the outdoors in’ and provide a sense of scale […]

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River Discovery Center

Through state-of-the-art interactive exhibits, River Discovery Center tells the story of the four rivers region of western Kentucky.  Visitors experience a hands-on opportunity to see how the river has contributed to the culture and history of the area and the economic impact of commercial navigation.  The museum features water-filled exhibits including an audio-visual enhanced rain […]

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Sioux City Public Museum

The Sioux City Public Museum is in the heart of downtown, nestled in the cultural and entertainment district.  The goal of the museum is to honor the past, engage the present and secure the future for all residents of Siouxland.  As visitors walk into the museum they are greeted with a large scale architectural drawing […]

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United States Fish and Wildlife Service – Region 3 Headquarters

Malone was asked to design and produce themed elements for the new regional headquarters of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service located in Minneapolis, MN. These elements were to tell the agency’s story and help visitors and staff better understand how each division works toward a common goal. A key component of the design included custom […]

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Woodlawn Storyville Library

The Woodlawn Storyville Library was created for the children of the western suburbs of Baltimore. This, the second Storyville facility in Baltimore, was built to encourage children under 5 years old to a pathway of reading and education. The elements of this educationally immersive  facility depict life in Baltimore. There is a small “Baby Park” […]

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Johnson’s Shut-Ins State Park

The redeveloped Johnson’s Shut-In’s State Park, located on the Black River in Southern Missouri, has beautiful river access along with an array of educational displays, both interior and exterior. Malone was brought in to complete the design, and fabricate and install both interior and exterior exhibits in and around the newly built visitors center. Within […]

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Louisiana State Arboretum

The centerpiece of this visitor center gallery at the Louisiana State Arboretum is a scenic recreation of a bald-cypress tree. Inside, visitors can learn the parts of a tree and manage the process of photosynthesis at a fun interactive station. Picturesque photo murals and mini-dioramas introduce visitors to the trees, plants and animals they might […]

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