Sculpture in the Field

Zeb the Duck and Soapy Smith Duck stopped at the Arvada Center in Arvada, Colorado.

Unbound  Sculpture in the Field

Unbound Sculpture in the Field

We walked on paths through the field near Denver looking at sculptures.  Local artists did several of these works and many are for sale.  We want to show you some of what we saw.

Big Love by Vanessa Clarke

Big Love by Vanessa Clarke

Big Love by Vanessa Clarke

Tactile Visual Continuum in cast and fabricated aluminum by Bill Vielehr

Tactile Visual Continuum

Tactile Visual Continuum by Bill Vielehr

Also in aluminum by Bill Vielehr is Metal Response

Metal Response by Bill Vielehr

Metal Response by Bill Vielehr

Kevin Robb used stainless steel to create Chop Sticks

Chop Sticks by Kevin Robb

Chop Sticks by Kevin Robb

Tetrahedralhypersphere is from oxidized steel and created by Robert Mangold

By Robert Mangold

Tetrahedralhypershpere by Robert Mangold

Carl Reed used Limestone and steel to create Braced Ring with Outlier

Braced Ring with Outlier by Carl Reed

Braced Ring with Outlier by Carl Reed

 

Untitled was created by Joe Riche.  He used carbon steel, catalyzed paint coating.

Joe Riche's Untitled

Joe Riche’s Untitled

Fractal Echo is made of carved and sandblasted limestone, concrete and steel foundations.  Nancy Lovendahl is the sculptor.

Fractal Echo by Nancy Lovendahl

Fractal Echo by Nancy Lovendahl

Also by Nancy Lovendahl is Spiral Dance.  She used painted standing dead Aspen trees, rebar and wire for this large piece.

Spiral Dance by Nancy Lovendahl

Spiral Dance by Nancy Lovendahl

Andy Miller used copper and steel to create Cocoon.

Cocoon by Andy Miller

Cocoon by Andy Miller

Second Wind by John Ferguson is made from steel.  There are many more sculptures, but this is the last one I will show you today.

Second Wind by John Ferguson

Second Wind by John Ferguson

There are 27 works exhibited here.  Some artists have more than one piece.  We think they are worth looking at and hope you do also.  The sculptures will be on display until September 2015.  You really should see these. For more information visit www.arvadacenter.org

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