Nine New Sculptures Installed in Downtown Loveland, Colorado through the Art Advocacy Program
The City of Loveland Art in Public Places installed nine new sculptures in downtown Loveland, on June 6-7. The sculptures were installed along 4th Street between Washington and Garfield Avenues as part of The Art Advocacy Project, commonly known as TAAP. This on-loan sculpture program was developed in 2009 to provide an additional venue for outdoor sculpture display, to beautify our downtown planting beds, and to provide support for artists.
The nine artworks below were chosen from 90 submissions received during a national call for entry, and were selected by a citizen panel and members of the City’s Visual Arts Commission.The 2022 selected artists and sculptures are:
- Joe Allred, Campana
- Zeke Derderian, The Guide
- Jodie Bliss, Spirit Set Free
- Harold Linke, Chrystalis
- Jacob Burmood, Crumple and Flow
- Art Garcia, Human Nature, Fig No. 4
- Mary Angers, Sun to Moon Rotation
- Alex Bond, Pufferphish
- Steve Shachtman, Dialogue
All sculptures are available for purchase and will be displayed through May 2023. For information about TAAP or the Art in Public Places Program, please call Public Art Manager Suzanne Janssen at (970) 962-2495.