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Where is this?

I am flabbergasted. No one knew the answer to last week’s random public sculpture. You can still win the ticket to The Kirkland Museum, so go on, give it an educated guess.

And since no one knew the artist nor the location of last week’s art,  I thought I’d switch gears and slap you with a mural. This colorful narrative smiles down on folks from the West side of a building in downtown. Do you know where it is?  (the images seen are only a partial snippet of the whole work of art)


The mural could be in Jackson Square.

First person to get the building and street correct, I’ll send you a ticket to the Museum of Contemporary Art / MCA.


Bet you know this one

Last week’s  art contest was  a little difficult but you guys came through.  Congratulations to Laura Phelps Rogers who correctly identified the contemporary work of  Dr. Abe Vigil, titled, “Valedictorian,” 1972, at Governor’s Park, Pearl and 7th Avenue.

Here’s the clue for this week’s mystery sculpture’s  title, artist, and locale.

Great pickings here where the fruit hangs  plentiful, lush and high. 




For the first person who gets the artist, title and locale correct, I will send you one admission ticket to the Vance Kirkland Museum.  I need to buy 4 for you lucky winners. Thank you for joining in the fun at Denver Art Matters. Next week I’ll surprise you with different tickets to a different museum.  Have a great weekend.  : )


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