The people behind public light art.

Creative MachinesHow do you celebrate the dedication of new sculptural light artwork?  Engage with the art and take Selfies with it, of course.  While I’m all in for light art that engages and anything that excites people to capture themselves with it, this image required a photographer.  😀

Arizona landscape and sculpture artist, Blessing Hancock, shows us the scale of the work and one of the ways to enjoy the new lighted 3-dimensional artwork.  Behind her head is a button that is pushed to change the color range of the light from this magenta, to blue, white and our  favorite, orange.  At the ends and at the left side in this photo are her designs of things “on display” and for sale in unique, independently owned antique shops and boutiques lining both sides of this street, South Broadway.


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Public Landscape and 3-d artist, Blessing Hancock reclining in “On Display”. ©Diane Huntress 2015


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Denver Arts and Venues Blue Man Group – L-R Rudi Cerri, Brannen, Michael Chavez



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New Public Art “On Display” in Denver.

Denver Arts and Venues commissioned the new light art sculptures by Tucson firm, Creative Machines, a multi-disciplinary firm made up of visionary artists, engineers and fabricators.


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