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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Viva Colorado

  • Artist

    Yulia Avgustinovich

    Nick Angelo

  • Location

    Alameda Ave. (between Santa Fe Ave. & Kalamath St.)

  • Neighborhood

    Baker

  • Artwork Type

    Mural Paintings

  • Material

    aerosol, acrylic paint

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About This Piece

This mural depicts state symbols of Colorado.

Artists’ Statement:
The mural has a symbolic theme. The design depicts official state symbols of Colorado: the state fish, Greenback Cutthroat Trout; the beautiful Rocky Mountain Columbine, official state flower of Colorado; Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, the state animal; the state bird, Lark Bunting; the Colorado Blue Spruce, the official state tree; the Colorado Hairstreak Butterfly, the official state insect; the Claret Cup Cactus, the state cactus. A Native American man in a boat and a Native American rug with the designs and colors of the Cheyenne and Arapahoe tribes are also included. Another side-theme of the mural is the contrast between nature and human civilization. All elements of nature are full-colored and “alive,” while urban architecture and features of modern society have only outlines and are empty inside.