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A sculptural installation by Ben Roth, titled 'Spiders Nest', consisting of a semi-transparent egg form and two spindly daddy long-leg spiders.
For more info on Ben's work visit:
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Monday, October 22, 2007
This website is the virtual link to the former Chevron gasoline station sign. The structure has been repurposed as a public art venue. Please feel free to leave any comment regarding the project or artist on exhibition.
Posted by Click below for info at 11:38 PM
Sunday, September 30, 2007
The dimensions for the interior space of the sign measure the three largest spaces. The measurements provided are approximate. Works should be smaller than the dimensions provided.
Top Space 29"tall, 60" Wide
Middle Space 40" tall, 60" wide
Bottom Space 62" tall, 60" wide
A removable panel system is available for 2/D works, and the dimensions should be followed precisely to allow for smooth installation.
66" side, 144" tall
Weight Considerations- No artwork should weigh more than 250 Lbs.
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Friday, September 21, 2007
The work currently being shown at the artSPOT public art venue was created by Doris Florig. The felt and steel sculptures react with the wind, creating both interesting shapes and shadows. Enjoy the work while it lasts, de-installation is set for October 13th.
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Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Rocky Mountain Bank has provided the former Chevron sign structure for a temporary public art venue.
The Community Foundation approved a Micro-Grant for printing large-scale photographic banners of artists work.
The Art Association supports artSPOT by encouraging 'art out of the box,' and enabling artists to reach beyond the gallery.
The Center of Wonder facilitated the lighting system that illuminates the venue during the night.
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