Denver is celebrating 25 years of the city's public art program with Beyond Blue, an exhibition running through December 22 in the lobbies of the Buell Theatre and the McNichols Civic Center Building, where it held an opening reception on October 17. Many of the 46 artists who created the 75 artwork ... More >>
Next stop, Alameda. Scott Donahue says he designed "Hand Up" to express ideas about history and multi-cultural issues. He recently took a few minutes to talk about this sculpture that enlivens the Alameda light-rail station. See also: - RTD art: Brian Swanson's chess pieces at the 16th and Stout s ... More >>
Want to eat lunch with a king and queen? Brian Swanson's piece, "King and Queen," makes that possible at the light-rail station 16th and Stout streets. Swanson wanted the public to be able to dine with life-size chess pieces and he took time to talk to Westword about his piece and how it came to be. ... More >>
We brake for art! Our next stop on the light-rail line brought us to Gregory Gove's "Connected," a mural at the Yale light-rail station. Gove found his inspiration for the piece while watching the ebb and flow of people in their daily lives. He imagined what they were thinking, and conjured up a col ... More >>
If you spot the public art piece at the Louisiana-Pearl station and think, "This would make an amazing necklace" -- then Ira Sherman's work is done. Sherman says he wanted to create a piece made for movement with intricate mechanics, a piece not just interesting to look at but to play with, too. W ... More >>
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