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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Meeting of Minds

  • Artist

    Douglas Kornfeld

  • Location

    City Park Golf Course

  • Neighborhood

    Skyland

  • Year

    2005

  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    powder coated steel

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About This Piece

“Meeting of Minds” is made up of two heroically-sized steel heads symbolizing two different ways of thinking. The upright head looks out to the adjacent North Denver neighborhood. The second head appears to be partially buried.

This work was commissioned by the City of Denver in 2004 and symbolizes the diversity of North Denver and those who use City Park and its golf course. The sculpture, located in City Park near the corner of 26th Avenue and York Street, is Douglas Kornfeld’s second commission in Denver. The first, a large ceramic mural entitled “Welcome,” is located in the Civic Center Bus Station, in downtown Denver, and was commissioned by the RTD in 2001.

Douglas Kornfeld was born and raised in Denver. He has exhibited and completed public artworks throughout the United States including: Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Texas and Washington State.