By Diana Wilson
The Northglenn Arts & Humanities Foundation (NAHF) is pleased to announce the installation of six new sculptures at EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park. The works were selected by a diverse committee of volunteers to be part of the 2022/23 Art on Parade program and are on display at the park for one year.
Works and artists selected for the 2022/23 season include:
- Walk a tight line by Jodie Bliss (CO)
- American steel eagle by Vanny Channal (CO)
- cold moon by Sandy Friedman (CO)
- icosahedron by Kirk Seese (MA)
- Dancing moon rolls by Reven Swanson (CO)
- Mare Equus and Ferro Machina by Steven Torres (AZ)
The annual Art on Parade program is an outdoor loan sculpture exhibit funded by NAHF and the Adams County Science and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). Artists lend their pieces to the program for a year, and park patrons are invited to vote for their favorite either by paper ballots available at the Northglenn Recreation Center or online at http://northglennarts.org/public-art/art-on-parade/. The deadline to vote is Friday, November 11, 2022.
The sculpture with the most votes is dubbed ‘The People’s Choice’ and will be purchased by NAHF and donated to the town of Northglenn for permanent placement in the town. Sculptures are also available for sale to the public.
The sculptures are on display at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park until May 2023. The park is located at 11701 Community Center Drive; half a mile south of 120th Avenue and Grant Street in Northglenn.
High: Dancing moon rolls by Colorado artist Rev Swanson, powder coated steel, 96” x 120” x 240”
The Northglenn Arts & Humanities Foundation (NAHF) is a 501(c)3 organization that funds dynamic theater, public art, and other cultural projects in our community. NAHF was founded in 1990. Learn more by visiting www.northglennarts.org. Like us on Facebook @COTheatreAndArts and follow us on Twitter @northglennarts.
Northglenn, CO is a city of 38,900 people located 13 miles (21 km) north of downtown Denver. Northglenn is a diverse and welcoming community that celebrates its small-town character, urban energy and thriving businesses. Learn more by visitingwww.northglenn.org. Like us on Facebook @cityofnorthglenn and follow us on Twitter @northglennco.