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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    20th Century Perspectives: Beginning a Century

  • Artist

    Susan Cooper

  • Location

    City and County Building

  • Neighborhood

    Civic Center

  • Year

    1993

  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    oil, alkyd on wood

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Two painted wood relief murals measure 14 feet by 7 feet and 8 inches each and face each other at opposite sides of the Rotunda. They depict an abstracted view of Denver’s landmarks and symbols during the twentieth century. On the north wall “Beginning a Century” shows Denver with a low horizon, many churches, and several symbols of the City’s aim toward freedom and growth. “Ending a Millennium” on the South wall, projects Denver with a high skyline, a lot of contrails and other monuments and symbols of the City’s expansion. 
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