Recent Submissions

  • Aspire 

    Contributor:Burgess, William
    Date:2001
    "Aspire was designed to accent and compliment the library building in both form and color. It is a powder-coated, twisted obelisk of steel set upon a spiral of concrete. At its widest, the spiral is eight feet in diameter. ...
  • Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building water feature 

    Contributor:M+O+A Architectural Partnership of Denver
    Date:2002
    Water feature at the entrance to the Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building.
  • Corpus Callosum: the bundle of nerves which link the two hemispheres of the brain 

    Contributor:Sayre, Thomas H.
    Date:2009
    This project begins and ends with two 14-foot-diameter spheres serving as bookends, one with textured earthcast concrete and the other precise, shiny stainless steel. Between the bookends is a series of outdoor rooms which ...
  • Fitzsimons flag monument 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:1996-1999
    On the flag base in front of Building 500 (previously Fitzsimons Army Hospital) "In recognition of the countless military and civilian men and women who honorably served their country on this former U.S. Army Medical ...
  • Opening Doors 

    Contributor:Weed, Christopher J.
    Date:2006
    Christopher Weed created the sculpture Opening Doors with three goals in mind. First and foremost, he aimed to create pieces that were large enough to stand on their own without detracting from the surrounding architecture. ...
  • Opening Doors 

    Contributor:Weed, Christopher J.
    Date:2006
    Christopher Weed created the sculpture Opening Doors with three goals in mind. First and foremost, he aimed to create pieces that were large enough to stand on their own without detracting from the surrounding architecture. ...
  • Corpus Callosum: the bundle of nerves which link the two hemispheres of the brain 

    Contributor:Sayre, Thomas H.
    Date:2009
    This project begins and ends with two 14-foot-diameter spheres serving as bookends, one with textured earthcast concrete and the other precise, shiny stainless steel. Between the bookends is a series of outdoor rooms which ...
  • Corpus Callosum: the bundle of nerves which link the two hemispheres of the brain 

    Contributor:Sayre, Thomas H.
    Date:2009
    This project begins and ends with two 14-foot-diameter spheres serving as bookends, one with textured earthcast concrete and the other precise, shiny stainless steel. Between the bookends is a series of outdoor rooms which ...
  • C-23 

    Contributor:Clapper, Michael
    Date:2008
    "It is my hope that this sculpture will serve as a universal marker for all humanity and there for a source of pride to its audience of faculty members and students that enjoy the reflective atmosphere of the healing quad ...
  • Fractured Column 

    Contributor:Prentice, Tim
    Date:2008
    "A cascade of panels of reflective aluminum are suspended on a system of swivels and loosely connected in order to respond to the lightest currents of air moving in the space. A number of factors influence the air movement ...
  • Plume Portal 

    Contributor:Calzolari, Elaine, 1950-
    Date:1983-05-27
    "Commemorating the passage of the University of Colorado School of Medicine from it's first century to it's second," by Elaine Calzolari, 1950 - 2009. "Plume Portal" was relocated in 2008 from the University of Colorado ...
  • PolioPlus 

    Contributor:Goodacre, Glenna
    Date:1995-04-06
    "I got to know Rotarians through the Artists of America exhibition they sponsored in Denver. In 1986 a friend I call Mr. Rotary, Grant Wilkins, approached me about a project they were funding called Polio Plus. It was a ...
  • Verbé 2 

    Contributor:Ristau, Mel
    Date:2008
    "Any member of a class of objects that typically express action, state, or relation between multiple things and that may be inflected for tense, aspect, voice, mood, or a positive contextual inference. This work is a ...
  • Bee Hive 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:1918?
    The "Bee Hive" is a rock dome with a plaque: "In memory of the officers, nurses and enlisted men of the Medical Department United States Army who lost their lives during the World War. This tablet is erected by their ...
  • Bee Hive 

    Contributor:Unknown
    Date:1918?
    The "Bee Hive" is a rock dome with a plaque: "In memory of the officers, nurses and enlisted men of the Medical Department United States Army who lost their lives during the World War. This tablet is erected by their ...
  • Arch of Cosmas and Damian 

    Contributor:Reed, Carl
    Date:1994-1995
    The "Arch of Cosmas and Damian" was relocated from the University of Colorado Medical Campus on Colorado Blvd. and 9th Avenue, Denver, to the Anschutz Medical Campus on Colfax and I225 in Aurora, Colorado.
  • Verbé 2 

    Contributor:Ristau, Mel
    Date:2008
    "Any member of a class of objects that typically express action, state, or relation between multiple things and that may be inflected for tense, aspect, voice, mood, or a positive contextual inference. This work is a ...
  • Origin 

    Contributor:Fleischman, Kendra
    Date:2008
    "Origin" is part of the city of Denver's public art collection. This piece was installed in 2008 and is located on the quad next to educational building #1 on the Anschutz Medical Campus. "Origin is an enlarged version ...
  • Corpus Callosum: the bundle of nerves which link the two hemispheres of the brain 

    Contributor:Sayre, Thomas H.
    Date:2009
    This project begins and ends with two 14-foot-diameter spheres serving as bookends, one with textured earthcast concrete and the other precise, shiny stainless steel. Between the bookends is a series of outdoor rooms which ...