Street Art: The Corner Office makes a sexy statement

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We don't know how Valerie Gaddis-Arellano, who works for the Sage Group's Second Home Restaurant in Cherry Creek, finds the time to also be an artist. But she does, and Sage's Corner Office, where she's also worked, unveiled this six-panel Warhol-inspired installation, Warhol-Eyesed, that now graces the the sides of the hip Curtis Hotel restaurant's south patio. The panels play off of Behar and Rosario Marquard's cheerful adjacent public art installation All Together Now to give the corner of 14th and Curtis streets in the theater district a distinct big-city glow. Chic!

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