Tag Archive for 'Public Art'

Public Art to Sound Off at Twilight Friday!

Virga, the striking public art installation on the historic Delgany Bridge over Cherry Creek, will make itself heard this Friday evening. Sound Artist Morton Waller has created a complimentary soundpiece for Patrick Marold’s installation, installed and dedicated last fall. From Denver Arts and Venues, the piece “is a response to the transition of light on […]

Public Art Project in LoDo to Be Dedicated This Thursday

“Virga”, a sculptural work by Denver artist Patrick Marold, will be dedicated this Thursday, October 6 at the Delgany Street Pedestrian Bridge over Cherry Creek. The dedication is free and open to the public, of course, and will take place at 6 p.m. Click here to learn more about this installation, the artist, and the gallery reception […]

Public Art Spanning Another LoDo Bridge!

The construction taking place on the Delgany Street pedestrian bridge over Cherry Creek…is really an art installation. The work is a structure designed by Colorado artist Patrick Marold. It involves hundreds of steel rods creating a “cloud” landscape that changes its appearance from every angle of view, throughout the day, and with the seasons. Marold was […]

Making the Art for the Public Art at the Justice Center

Last Thursday, five new public art projects were dedicated at the new Justice Center on Colfax. They vary in size, medium, scale and shape, and one was judged clearly the best by Kyle MacMillan writing in the October 3 Denver Post. You can see that article here. Judged “best of show” was the sculpture by […]