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Located in Lionshead Village.
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Located in the Donovan Park playground
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In the early 1980s Vail wanted to commission a significant work of public art from a renowned artist to serve as a landmark for the community. Then mayor, Rod Slifer obtained a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and the town commenced a dialogue with artists Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. The artists conceived an installation for an oversized fishing pole approximately 50 to 60 feet high to be placed in the Gore Creek...
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A series of granite benches and monolith sculptures arranged as plaza in Ford Park. The three free-standing sculptures are titled “Strata,” “The Fang” and “Gore Creek.” “Strata” is the tallest sculptural element, standing at nine feet tall, and represents the valley’s geological rock formations in its roughly hewn, horizontally patterned texture. “The Fang,” an East Vail winter ice climbing attraction and a popular summer...
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Located in Vail Village at Silfer Square. This mural of ceramic tiles tells the history of Gore Valley and was designed by area children - the official artists are listed as "The Children of Gore Valley."
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Located along West Meadow Drive
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Designed as a playground and neighborhood park in partnership with the Town of Vail design team.
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Located along Bald Mountain Road at North Frontage Road East
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Located in Vail Village at the Transportation Center
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10) Fish
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Located in Vail Village. Made with Indiana limestone.
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Located in Vail Village at the International Bridge
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Located in Vail Village at Eaton Plaza. Made from marble, limestone, bronze and steel on a rubber base.
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The 15-foot tall sculptures are topped with multi-sided bell-shaped bronze lanterns. At night, light from energy-efficient LED’s emanates from the perforations in the bronze panels creating a bright and artful welcome to Vail Village. Each of the panels has a unique design and patina that represents the artist’s impression of Vail’s winter and summer environments.
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Located in Vail Village at the Welcome Center
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Located in Lionshead Village along East Lionshead Circle.
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Located at the Vail Public Library. Image is on the masthead of the library's website. The artist said, "The sculpture "The Need to Know" is a sculpture born of this childhood reminiscence. It was a time when a boy and his dog could relax under a shade tree and still travel to all the remote corners of the world by means of fiction, fact and fantasy. This sculpture celebrates reading as a doorway to creativity and imagination." This sculpture was...
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Located in Vail Village
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18) Uplift
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Located in Lionshead Village
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19) Riddles
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Located in Vail Village on Wall Street.
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Located in Lionshead Village