Colorado's most unusual pieces of public art are also, in large part, its best-loved ones – a strange but striking amalgamation of horses and chairs and horses on chairs and other things that aren't horses or chairs spread all across the Front Range. As you read through our list (and brainstorm your own choices), consider the sheer size of some of these projects. This could one day be the stuff of nightmares: If Denver's time-space continuum ever ripped, allowing all of its public art to come to life, Indian in the Cupboard style, King Kong would have nothing on our Rocky Mountain mayhem.... More >>>