Art Ave

 Art for Sale on Art Ave

Stroll along with the Art Ave project and check out the sculptures along Linear Park. These pieces are part of a rotating exhibit in the park that will be updated annually. You can even purchase any of these pieces! 

Here is Art Avenue for the year. More information coming soon...

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Art Avenue 2020 through 2021

1. Salient
1. Piece Name: Salient
  • By: Dan Toone
  • Year Built: 2017
  • Materials: Stainless steel
  • Dimensions: 96” x 38”
  • Weight: approx. 300 lbs
  • Retail Price: $7,900
  • Artist Website: http://www.dantoone.com/home.html

ldartwalk-8About the sculpture:

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2. Silly Symphony
  • Sculpture Title: Silly Symphony
  • Year Created: 2016
  • Artist Name: Deveren Farley
  • Materials: Recycled and repurposed metals
  • Dimensions: 14’ x 16’ x 21’
  • Weight: Unknown
  • Retail Price: $38,000
  • Artist Website: http://www.interioriron.com
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About the Sculpture: Silly Symphony is a playful piece inspired by a Mickey Mouse cartoon that shows Mickey’s band holding a concert outside. A tornado crashes the event and sweeps up everything and everyone in its path. In the cartoon and in the sculpture, you can see the whirling instruments and musical notes spinning through the air as they’re played by the band even as they are tossed around by the tornado. It’s massively silly!


 

3. Fallen Angel
3. Piece Name: Fallen Angel
  • By: Elizabeth Carter
  • Year Built: 2020
  • Materials: Stainless steel wire
  • Dimensions: 40” x 26” x 30”
  • Weight: approx. 45 lbs
  • Retail Price: $4,500
  • Artist Website: www.wirefairy.com
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About the sculpture: 

  invoked a different feeling. In its collapsed pose, Fallen Angel engages you as you take in its posture, almost feeling it succumb right in front of you. After years of creating beautiful fairies full of whisp and whimsy, artist Elizabeth Carter was inspired to create a version that


 

4. Catching Memories
4. Piece Name: Catching Memories
  • By: Deveren Farley
  • Year Built: 2011
  • Materials: Recycled Metal
  • Dimensions: 74” x 36” x 27”
  • Weight: 157 lbs
  • Retail Price: $5,600
  • Artist Website: www.interioriron.com

ldartwalk-1About the sculpture:
Artist Deveren Farley creates his sculptures from old tools, recycled metal, and scraps of metal. Embracing the concepts of simple living and reusing and recycling our resources, he uses these elements to make his sculptures one-of-a-kind. They are ideal for every age group; whether you’re a child playing a game of I-Spy as you try to discover all the different components within the sculpture, or you’re an adult who has worked with these tools in your own hands, each time you look at the sculpture a new discovery is made. Catching Memories is something that everyone can relate to--the desire to capture our fondest memories in time.


 

5. Dancing With a Dream
5. Piece Name: Dancing With a Dream
  • By: Elizabeth Carter
  • Year Built:
  • Materials: Stainless steel wire
  • Dimensions: 5’ x 8’ x 5’
  • Weight: approx. 25 lbs
  • Retail Price: $5,000
  • Artist Website: www.wirefairy.com

ldartwalk-16About the sculpture:
Dancing with a Dream, created in artist Elizabeth Carter’s signature fairy form, invokes a sense of joy and wonder. Whirling away on a wind-blown dandelion, the feeling of movement and magic exuded by this piece engages the viewer. It allows them to lose themselves in a moment of wispy playfulness.


 

6. Strategic Withdrawal
6. Piece Name: Strategic Withdrawal
  • By: Spencer Budd
  • Year Built: 2020
  • Materials: Steel, stone-fired ceramic, & epoxy
  • Dimensions: 24” x 24”
  • Weight: approx. 20 lbs
  • Retail Price: $4,500
  • Artist Website: https://www.instagram.com/spencerbuddart

ldartwalk-22About the sculpture:
Strategic Withdrawal features a spiral of connections representing life and growth. Each connecting point is a choice. The finished form is a direct result of those combined decisions. The use of both man-made and natural materials by artist Spencer Budd emphasizes the delicate balance opposition plays in all creation.


 

7. Transformation
  1. Piece Name: Transformation
  • By: Myles Howell
  • Year Built: 2018
  • Materials: Colorado Yule marble
  • Dimensions: 26” x 17” x 15”
  • Weight: approx. 150 lbs
  • Retail Price: $6,500
  • Artist Website: www.myleshowellsculpture.com

ldartwalk-21About the sculpture:
Carved from marble quarried by the artist himself, Transformation, by artist Myles Howell, is focused on the abstraction of bone structures combined with the conception of a desert landscape. Drawing inspiration from Myles’ experiences growing up in St. George, Utah, this piece features a movement that invokes a sense of a mix of the desert landscape, changed due to moving water and erosion over time, and the complex shapes that have a distinctive purpose in the movement of animals that inhabit that landscape.


 

8. Last to Launch
8. Piece Name: Last to Launch
  • By: Nathan Johansen
  • Year Built: 2015
  • Materials: Bronze, steel
  • Dimensions: 15’6” x 30” x 30”
  • Weight: approx. 150 lbs
  • Retail Price: $15,000
  • Artist Website: www.johansenstudios.weebly.com

ldartwalk-24About the sculpture:
At one time or another, we have all plucked a full, fuzzy-headed dandelion, made a wish, and blown the little parachute seeds off the stalk, watching them flying and floating on air. Many persistent blowers don’t stop until every last parachute is launched. Last to Launch, by artist Nathan Johansen, helps us recall these simple experiences and remember the wonder of the natural world around us.


 

9. Resilience
9. Piece Name: Resilience
  • By: Nate Brimhall
  • Year Built: 2020
  • Materials: Mild steel
  • Dimensions: 8’ x 3’ x 3’
  • Weight: approx. 300 lbs
  • Retail Price: $15,000
  • Artist Website: www.nmbenembe.com

ldartwalk-25About the sculpture:
Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, artist Nate Brimhall drew inspiration from yoga movements to shape Resilience. This piece, which honors humanity’s ability to bend, not break, and to adapt to the chaos of uncertainty, is a message to all who see it that there is hope that we may all find resilience within ourselves, our community, and humanity.


 

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