Client: Denver Arts & Venues, National Western Stock Show
Location: Denver, CO, United States
Completion date: 2022
Artwork budget: $1,500,000
Fabrication - Cement
Fabrication - Steel
Lee West Studio
This revolutionary public art space made of Cement, Bronze, Glass, Steel, Ceramic, bridges the past, present, and future in honor of all living things and as an eternal visual representation of human kindness.
My goal was to create an art installation that is inspiring, educational and uplifting in way that can be experienced by people of all ages, races, ethnicities, colors and spiritual backgrounds including those with developmental challenges.
This process involved working with public art & design committees including artists, arts administrators, designers, architects, engineers, and urban planners. I also worked with many organizations to make sure that this art installation included social justice, equity, and created representation for multicultural and multiethnic communities. With the assistance of my community engagement team, I organized, facilitated and accomplished one of the most immersive and responsive community engagement projects in the history of Denver public art.
This revolutionary public art space bridges the past, present, and future in honor of all living things and as an eternal visual representation of human kindness. https://sites.google.com/view/two-bridges-denver/home