Saturday, October 29, 2022

“Dancing Light Sticks” soon to be a permanent installation!


The Town of Superior Art Commission in Colorado, made a recommendation to the Town’s Board to purchase the “Dancing Light Sticks”. This was a sculpture installation created as part of a pilot program for Town to introduce public art and an ArtWalk in 2021.

The sculpture is fabricated in stainless steel, fused glass hemispheres and solar powered lights. There are seven pieces approximately 7-9 feet tall. The collection will be moved to a new location and have a more permanent foundation. Currently, they are located near 1400 Coalton Road.

Monday, September 19, 2022

"New Universe"

 Located in the Town of Palisade, "New Universe" will remain another year at Main St. and 3rd Ave.



Monday, August 15, 2022

"Rogan" jumps around in Westminster



This sculpture made of all recycled and found parts remembers a horse I once rode, Rogan.  He was my first horse that taught me to jump. We competed in Hunter events. In our last show, he was 23 years old. We finally made it to the Main Hunter Ring to show in the Adult Amatuer 3'3" division.  We took second in the Classic. He was retired after that victory and continued to be my best friend until the age of 28.


The sculpture is in the Historic District of Westminster, Colorado. It will remain on display for the next year.

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

"Dancing Aspens"

 "Dancing Aspens" has been a popular series. Similar sculpture installations are part of quite a few permanent collections including Fort Collins, Greeley, Grand Junction and Lake Oswego, Oregon. 

Each set of trees are similar, but have unique elements to keep the series fresh.  These "Dancing Aspens" are in Carbondale, Colorado at City Hall for the year.

"Space Moon"

 Every year, the sculptor, Reven Marie, installs temporary works in many locations throughout the West.  "Space Moon" is a playful addition to the exhibit in Lafayette, Colorado this year.

"Butterfly Tree"

 The town of Salina, Kansas has permanently installed "Butterfly Tree" near the entrance to the downtown Public Library.  This is a fun sculpture made with articulated butterflies that move on the wind.