Cherry Hills Village "Flying Cranes"

The Birds are Flying

Images of the installation.  Go by and visit them in person at Happy Canyon Road and Quincy Ave.  Can't miss them!















Color, Color, Color!

This is the fun part.




 



 

Fitting the Flanges









Announcing Cherry Hills Village "Flying Cranes"

The Villager Newspaper

Flying cranes set to land in Cherry Hills Village

The latest public art installation in Cherry Hills Village, Flying Cranes, is shown in computer-generated position at the intersection of Happy Canyon and Quincy.
The latest public art installation in Cherry Hills Village, Flying Cranes, is shown in computer-generated position at the intersection of Happy Canyon and Quincy.

By Jan Wondra
The location of the next public art installation in Cherry Hills Village was approved at the Feb. 5 City Council meeting. The installation, by Colorado-based sculptor and artist Reven Swanson, is titled Flying Cranes.
The three-crane kinetic sculpture will rest in public space near the intersection of Happy Canyon and Quincy Avenue. To be constructed of 11-gauge plate steel, each crane will be colored in vibrantly-colored powder coat finishes of blue, green and orangey-red, contrasted with yellow. Set into a natural environment of trees and a grassy berm, the whimsical cranes will

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