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PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT | News | Entryway Artwork Dedication
Hope Springs from Chaos


4’h x 8’w

This mixed media piece (tile, construction materials, wood tiles, handmade ceramic and glass tiles and acrylic paint) was commissioned by the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.  It was designed as an entryway piece for the lobby of the Renaissance Lofts Apartment Complex, in Denver, CO

This affordable housing Development was dedicated in 2009, with City of Denver Mayor Hickenlooper and City of Denver Councilwoman, Judy Montero speaking at the dedication.  The apartments are located at 3440 Park Avenue west in Denver, Colorado.  This low income housing facility has built in services to help people transition from homelessness to a more stable living situation and lifestyle.  This art piece has a “healing” theme, meant to symbolize the “building blocks to recovery and hope”.  Healing symbols and gem stones are incorporated into the tile work.  An abstracted Denver skyline, the apartment building itself along Cherry creek is also depicted.

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