Upper Main Street Clothesline
This sculpture was built with six kinetic discs suspended on a steel cable between two swaying upright poles. The discs were fashioned from 22-gauge mild steel and fitted bearings with finishes ofe brightly colored powder coats and enamel paints. The support poles were fabricated in polished stainless steel and rolled to create an effortless sway. …
I See What You Mean
Colloquially known as “The Big Blue Bear,” the artist has described “I See What You Mean” as a stylized representation of native fauna. As the bear peeks inside the enormous facility at the conventioneers, displacement and wonder pique curiosity and question a greater relationship of art, technology and whimsy.
Sun Spot is a multi-piece artwork for Denver’s new Municipal Animal Shelter at the South Platte Campus. The primary piece is a 25’-tall iconic dog sculpture located at the southeast corner of the site, adjacent to the South Platte Trail and visible from Interstate-25. The form of the dog is an amalgam of many different …
An environmental light installation contained within five bays. Each installation is “voiced” to reflect the different emotional experiences of travel: relax, caution, vacation and advertising, infinite inspection/reflection zones, and finally arrival and departure.
The Ensign Fountain / National Humane Alliance Fountain
Between 1906 and 1912, the National Humane Alliance presented somewhere around 125 Horse Watering Troughs to cities and towns across the country, including Denver. Herman Lee Ensign, who died in 1899, dedicated his fortune to funding the National Humane Alliance in order to “spread about humanitarian ideas among the people.” Such education, Ensign hoped, would …
Robert Burns Memorial
Robert (Bobbie) Burns, Scottish poet (birth January 25 1759), is depicted in a dramatic stance in this statue which stands in the City Park near the Duck Lake and west of the band shell. Mounted on red and gray granite base the bronze statue was Erected and unvailed by the Caledonian Club #1(Scottish Society) of …
Title was originally Dusseldorf Fountain. Name changed to Children’s Fountain in 1919. In 1948 Gladis Coldwell-Fisher, a Denver sculptor restores fountain with casts taken from her own children. The moat is also erected at this time.
The Pied Piper of Hamelin
This painting features the Pied Piper of Hamelin and several children following him.