2.26.040   Standards for review.
   (a)   In performing its duties with respect to the art in public places program, the public art commission shall give special attention to the following manners:
   (1)   Conceptual compatibility of the design with the immediate environment of the site;
   (2)   Appropriateness of the design to the function of the site;
   (3)   Compatibility of the design and location within a unified design character or historical character of the site;
   (4)   Creation of an internal sense of order and a desirable environment for the general community by the design and location of the work of art;
   (5)   Preservation and integration of natural features with the project;
   (6)   Appropriateness of the materials, textures, colors, and design to the expression of the design concept;
   (7)   Representation of a broad variety of tastes within the community and the provision of a balanced inventory of art in public places to insure a variety of style, design, and media throughout the community that will be representative of the eclectic tastes of the community.
(Ord. 3888 § 5, 1989: Ord. 2892 § 2 (part), 1975)