Daybreak Public Art

  • Piece Name: Papa Wheelie (Bike Monster)
  • By: Sugar Post Metal in conjunction with the LiveDAYBREAK Community Arts Advisory Committee
  • Year Built: 2018
 BikeMonster8In conjunction with Fed Conlon of Sugar Post Metal, the CAAC has worked diligently to design and place the five sculptures in four locations around Oquirrh Lake and one location in Founders Park.
 
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"It really lends itself (Daybreak) to public art that would incorporate the idea that Daybreak has of being a walkable, bikeable, fitness-based community", said Conlon.
 
After deciding on the inspiration of the sculptures, the CAAC and LiveDAYBREAK worked with the community remembers to collect donated bikes that would be incorporated into the design of each "bike monster" sculpture.

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  •  Piece Name: Pedal & Metal (Bike Monster)
  • By: Sugar Post Metal in conjunction with the LiveDAYBREAK Community Arts Advisory Committee
  • Year Built: 2018
 BikeMonster4In conjunction with Fed Conlon of Sugar Post Metal, the CAAC has worked diligently to design and place the five sculptures in four locations around Oquirrh Lake and one location in Founders Park.
 
"It really lends itself (Daybreak) to public art that would incorporate the idea that Daybreak has of being a walkable, bikeable, fitness-based community", said Conlon.
 
After deciding on the inspiration of the sculptures, the CAAC and LiveDAYBREAK worked with the community remembers to collect donated bikes that would be incorporated into the design of each "bike monster" sculpture. 

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  • Piece Name: Rusty & Son (Bike Monster)
  • By: Sugar Post Metal in conjunction with the LiveDAYBREAK Community Arts Advisory Committee
  • Year Built: 2018
BikeMonster11In conjunction with Fed Conlon of Sugar Post Metal, the CAAC has worked diligently to design and place the five sculptures in four locations around Oquirrh Lake and one location in Founders Park.
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"It really lends itself (Daybreak) to public art that would incorporate the idea that Daybreak has of being a walkable, bikeable, fitness-based community", said Conlon.

After deciding on the inspiration of the sculptures, the CAAC and LiveDAYBREAK worked with the community remembers to collect donated bikes that would be incorporated into the design of each "bike monster" sculpture.

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  • Piece Name: The Rolling Clones (Bike Monster)
  • By: Sugar Post Metal in conjunction with the LiveDAYBREAK Community Arts Advisory Committee
  • Year Built: 2018
BikeMonster14In conjunction with Fed Conlon of Sugar Post Metal, the CAAC has worked diligently to design and place the five sculptures in four locations around Oquirrh Lake and one location in Founders Park.

"It really lends itself (Daybreak) to public art that would incorporate the idea that Daybreak has of being a walkable, bikeable, fitness-based community", said Conlon.

After deciding on the inspiration of the sculptures, the CAAC and LiveDAYBREAK worked with the community remembers to collect donated bikes that would be incorporated into the design of each "bike monster" sculpture.

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  • Piece Name: Wheel & Grace (Bike Monster)
  • By: Sugar Post Metal in conjunction with the LiveDAYBREAK Community Arts Advisory Committee
  • Year Built: 2018
BikeMonster9In conjunction with Fed Conlon of Sugar Post Metal, the CAAC has worked diligently to design and place the five sculptures in four locations around Oquirrh Lake and one location in Founders Park.
BikeMonster6
"It really lends itself (Daybreak) to public art that would incorporate the idea that Daybreak has of being a walkable, bikeable, fitness-based community", said Conlon.

After deciding on the inspiration of the sculptures, the CAAC and LiveDAYBREAK worked with the community remembers to collect donated bikes that would be incorporated into the design of each "bike monster" sculpture.

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  • Piece Name:  Daybreak Sculpture Garden
  • By: Spohn Ranch collaborated with Daybreak community and local landscape architects, G.Brown
  • Location: 4513 Dorena Ln. South Jordan, UT
  • Year Built: 2008
  • Nation’s first skateable sculpture garden
    • 20,000+ square feet
Skateable-Art-South-Jordan-Utah-23Throwing all notions of conventional skatepark design out the window, we developed a vision for a mixed-use public space with eye-catching skateable sculptures artfully set along with a pair of winding pedestrian paths. Nestled in unassuming housing development, this unnamed park is home to over a dozen integrated skateable art pieces, such as the “Ribbon” which was inspired by Park City’s 2002 Olympic ribbon sculpture.




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  • Piece Name: Guitar Sculpture
  • By: Deveren Farley
  • Location: SoDa Row
  • Year Built: 2018
  • Interactive sculpture 
  • Permanent installation
IMG_0031Rock and Roll comes to SoDa Row right next to LiveDAYBREAK's concert venue. This large sculpture allows residents to interact by turning a handle to release balls through an intricate track system. This takes music to a whole new level.












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  • Piece Name: High Wind Advisor
  • By: Andrew Smith
  • Location: SODA Row
  • Year Built: 2006
HighWindAdvisor3Freestanding sculpture holding a weather vane in his outstretched hand. Due to strong winds within Daybreak, part of the weather vane had to be removed







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  • Piece Name: People in Transit
  • By: David Boyer
  • Location: South Jordan Parkway Station
  • Year Built: 2011
  • A kinetic wind sculpture consisting of ten robotic flyers that weathervane into the wind.
  • Permanent installation
 People in Transit 21"People in Transit" is a sculpture consisting of 10 Peter-Pan-style flying people on tall poles. Installed at the Daybreak Parkway Utah Transit Authority (UTA) light rail station, this sculpture is a celebration of those folks that use the train for transportation. The flying aspect of the people is a fun whimsical twist on the fast-paced nature of transportation in the modern age. 
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The flyers come in three sizes, with the largest being on the shortest poles and the smallest being on the tallest poles. The flyers are made of steel and stainless steel and are mounted to the poles via low-friction bearings, allowing them to orient into the prevailing wind.

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  • Piece Name: SoDa Row Murals
  • By: Penny Bohn
  • Location: SoDa Row
  • Year Built: 2018
  • Interactive painted murals 
  • Permanent installation

WallMuralEditSoar
Everyone has at one time or another wondered what it would be like to fly. Or at the very least, wonder what having set of wings would look like. This mural invites people to interact with it and see themselves as something other-worldly; and to share that image with our wingless peers online.wings

Hidden Zen
This art conveys that an immovable object can be manipulated with a small gesture. The image of a person ‘pulling back’ the brick to reveal a colorful zentangle design is intended to make one wonder if the brick is really brick at all or just an illusion hiding a zen-ful secret. This mural begs to be photographed and shared, with the viewer wondering, “how did you…?”



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