EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park site for six new sculptures

Northglenn Art on Parade program continues for 2022

Luke Zarzecki
lzarzecki@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 6/9/22

The Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation announced on June 3 the installation of six new sculptures at EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park. 

Selected by a diverse volunteer committee, the works …

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EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park site for six new sculptures

Northglenn Art on Parade program continues for 2022

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The Northglenn Arts and Humanities Foundation announced on June 3 the installation of six new sculptures at EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park. 

Selected by a diverse volunteer committee, the works will be part of the 2022/2023 Art on Parade program and will be on exhibit at the park for one year. 

The works include Walking a Tight Line by Jodie Bliss, American Steel Eagle by Vanny Channal, Cold Moon by Sandy Friedman, Icosahedron by Kirk Seese, Dancing Moon Rollers by Reven Swanson and Mare Equus et Ferro Machina by Steven Torres. 

Northglenn's Art on Parade program is an on-loan outdoor sculpture exhibit funded by NAHF and the Adams County Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. 

“Artists loan their pieces to the program for one year, and park patrons are asked to vote for their favorite either by paper ballots available at the Northglenn Recreation Center or online,” the news release says. 

The deadline to vote is Nov. 11. 

The sculpture with the most votes is dubbed “The People’s Choice” and the NAHF will purchase it as a gift to the City of Northglenn for permanent placement in the city. The sculptures are also available for sale to the public.

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