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Colorado Sculptures

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When it comes to the city of Colorado Springs, art plays a surprisingly public role. This is indicative of the many public sculpture that you can see throughout the city. Walking tours are a great way to get to know a city intimately and you will definitely see your share of sculptures and statues along the way.  Continue reading to find out about some of the most popular pieces of street art you’ll see in Colorado Springs. Also, if you are looking to buy or sell a home in Colorado, consider Mark Eibner as your agent.

Popular Colorado Sculptures and Statues

One of the most popular sculptures in Colorado Springs is called “Recycled Rainbow” by artist Maxine Grossman. Recycled Rainbow is a sculptural butterfly decorated with recycled materials and mosaics. It is located just outside of the church near the intersection of Cascade and Platte. There are actually many of these butterflies around the city. They are part of a program called “Flight” that is held by the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs. Each year, the sculptures are painted by local artists to help raise money and awareness for children’s art programs.

Another Colorado Springs favorite is the “Fuji Arch”, which sits in the median of Nevada Avenue’s intersection with Kiowa. This sculpture was presented to the city of Colorado Springs by the Rotary Club of Colorado Springs in 1966. This sculpture commemorates the city’s relationship with its sister city in Japan, Fujiyoshida. Fujiyoshida was Colorado Springs’ first established sister city of which now there are seven. For more information on Colorado Springs and their international sister cities, check out their sister city website about advancing world peace, friendship, cultural understanding, and mutual economic reward.


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