Public Art

ENGI

Central to the artist’s vision for ‘ENGI’ was the direct involvement of the people of Denver, making it a truly public piece of art.  The workshop to create ‘ENGI’ took place on August 9, 2006.  At the workshop, 80 diverse members of the community each were given a simple digital LED numeric device, set within …

Public Art

Circuit

CIRCUIT is a dynamic, interactive public artwork celebrating the spirit of progress and wellness that lies at the heart of the Carla Madison Recreation Center. Through a monumental light display, the artwork projects on the facility’s exterior facade, the levels of individual effort going on within, reframing these efforts on a communal scale. In breaking …

Public Art

Virga: the Sound Performance

“Virga: the Sound Performance” was envisioned from a novel approach to some remaining percent-for-art project dollars: “Virga” (the sculpture) was created by Patrick Marold and dedicated in the fall of 2011; a project with a $88,000 budget consisting of over 300 stainless steel tubes suspended in the upper infrastructure of the Delgany Pedestrian Bridge. This …

Public Art

Dancers

This 60 foot tall sculpture was the first installation in Denver’s Performing Arts Sculpture Park. The park is the “front door” to the second largest performing arts complex in America. The sculpture is seen against Denver’s new Convention Center. “Dancers” is an artwork created to capture the energy of the complex.