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Roger Kotoske's Untitled
Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Untitled (Trees II)

  • Artist

    Robert Mangold

  • Location

    Colorado Convention Center

  • Neighborhood

    Central Business District

  • Year


  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    steel pipe

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About This Piece

One of two pieces in this series. Untitled (Trees I) is located on Colfax Avenue, east of Bannock Street, in front of McNichols Civic Center Building in Civic Center Park. Untitled (Trees II) is also located on Colfax Avenue, approximately 1/4 mile west, near Colorado Convention Center. 

These pieces are both tree forms made of steel pipe of various diameters, all welded vertically and attached laterally to a center trunk which is composed of thicker pipe. Each tree stands independent of the others and has a different compositional form, although constructed in the same manner. All of the pipes are cut at 45 degree angles and vary in size from about one to three feet and give the feeling of leaves as they are stacked in three dimensions. The trunk is welded to a square plate which is bottled to cement in the ground. There are voids produced by the meandering pipes that allow the viewer to  see through each tree. All steel is intentionally rusted.

These works were commissioned by Denver's "Art in the City Program," an initiative to have art placed near or in traffic medians. The sculptures were funded by the City, with a matching grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.