Jeanée Redmond has received numerous grants and is represented in many permanent collections. Her work has long been concerned with narrative content, often applying the graphic languages of science and nature as decorative patterns. Her latest installation at the Harvard Business School is “Nine Eagles Blue / Nine Eagles Red”. This 98 foot long piece has two groupings of nine eagles on facing walls, using three variations of carved and cast bas-relief ceramic eagles. The glazed patterns feature antique maps of locations around the world and stylized peonies – sometimes called the flower of wealth and power.