Client: Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada (Denver), CO

Location: Arvada, CO, CO, United States

Completion date: 2017

Artwork budget: $65,000

Project Team

Concept, Sculpt, Cast, Installation

Roger Reutimann

Reutimann Studios LLC

Automotive Paint

Glen Watts

Colour Restoration, Longmont


The goal was to create a large-scale sculpture that relates to the learning center. It represents the connected knowledge between individuals through modern technology, depicted by two identical figures engaged in a conversation. This symbolic portrayal highlights the essence of human connection and knowledge being shared in today’s digital era.

Fiberglass, Stainless Steel and Automotive Paint



Integrated into the sculpture field, which is a vibrant hub of theater, art galleries, educational programs, music, and dance, this artwork holds immense significance. It serves as a visual testament to the center's commitment to fostering creativity and cultural exploration.

Visually engaging and thought-provoking, the sculpture invites the public to contemplate the profound impact of technology on human interaction. It encourages viewers to reflect on the importance of connectivity and the boundless possibilities that arise when knowledge is shared.

Through its powerful symbolism and artistic finesse, this commissioned sculpture adds a new dimension to the Arvada Center for Art and Humanities. It sparks curiosity, inspires dialogue, and invites visitors to immerse themselves in the transformative world of human connection and knowledge sharing.