Women’s History Month Public Art Tour

    About This Tour

    About This Tour

    In recognition of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day (March 8), here’s a self-guided tour of Denver Public Art pieces by and about women. Our collection features original works by many talented sculptors, painters, muralists and designers.

    The oldest piece in our collection is by a woman—Elsie Ward Hering’s “The Boy and a Frog” (1898). More recently, we dedicated Jeanne Quinn’s “Sing and Glide” and Catherine Widgery’s “Woven Light” in 2018.

    To learn more about Colorado public art that commemorates women, consider visiting the AZ Foundation.
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    Denver Public Art pieces celebrating Women

    • Susan Cooper, “First Rose”
    • Ed Dwight, “I Have a Dream” (Sojourner Truth and Rosa Parks)
    • Veryl Goodnight, “Cares for Her Brother”
    • Grow Haus, “Get Fresh” mural
    • Thomas Evans, “Portrait of Carla Madison”
    • Emmanuel Martinez, “Tribute to African American and Women Firefighters”
    • Madeline Weiner, “Flower Girl”
    • Keith White and Josh Rogers, “Axum Park” mural

    Denver Public Art pieces by Women

    (This list is not exhaustive)

    Featured (L to R): “Leap of Faith,” “Flower Girl” and “Cares for Her Brother”
    • Alice Aycock, “(Imaginary) Space/Time Tunnels”
    • Judy Baca, “La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra”
    • Trine Bumiller, “Wood, Water, Rock”
    • Sandi Calistro, “Sandi Calistro Mural”
    • Susan Cooper, “Pursuing Perspectives”
    • Gemma Danielle, “City of the Sun”
    • Clara Soanson Dieman, “Pinhorn Fountain”
    • Yvonne Domenge, “Coral Sphere”
    • Joellyn Duesberry, “Red Rocks Park”
    • Gladys Caldwell Fisher, “American Indian Orpheus and the Animals”
    • Girls Inc. “Girls Inc. Colfax Mural”
    • Laura Haddad (& Tom Drugan), “Sun Spot” and “Iridescent Cloud”
    • Li Hardison, “Martin Luther King, Jr.”
    • Elsie Ward Hering, “The Boy and a Frog”
    • Jill Hadley Hooper, “Floating/Falling”
    • Bonny Lhotka, “Whole Life”
    • Patty Ortiz, “Leap of Faith”
    • Natalie Mauritz and Denver Public Schools, “Columbian Elementary Youth Mural”
    • Andrea Moore, “We Belong”
    • Yvonne Muinde, “The Spirit of Togetherness”
    • Jeanne Quinn, “Sing and Glide”
    • Barbara Jo Revelle, “Colorado Panorama: A People’s History”
    • Shan Shan Sheng, “Swimming Under the Trees” and “Autumn Leaves”
    • Reven Swanson, “Upper Main Street Clothesline”
    • Mabel Landrum Torry, “Wynken, Blynken and Nod”
    • Ann Weber, “Promenade”
    • Catherine Widgery, “Woven Light”