Tag: public art
What can we learn from Denver’s Blue Mustang on Adobe Airstream
Read about the controversy surrounding Luis Jimenez’ seminal work at DIA here. Copyright Leanne Goebel. May not be used without permission.
Art Takes Root in Greater Colorado, from Public Art Review, issue 39 fall/winter 2008
What Goes Around Comes Around Artist Ken Lindstrom wanted to create a temporary public art piece—sixteen plastic spirals to honor sixteen years of Art Walk, an annual event showcasing the visual and performing arts in Salida, Colorado. But when Lindstrom contacted the city planning office, he learned he couldn’t erect art on city property without…
Democratizing Culture an exclusive online feature in Trend magazine
Here is a link to a feature article I wrote for Trend magazine. It was published exclusively online. Trend is a beautiful magazine. I hope the publisher is able to resume print publication in the Spring. Copyright Leanne Goebel. May not be used without permission.
Artful Reading, Durango Herald, Aug. 15
Rachel Slick shows a representation of the “Reading Tree,” a storyteller’s chair for the new library’s Children’s Room. “Reading Tree” was selected as the winning design for the storyteller’s chair after an open house at the Durango Community Recreation Center on Monday. A majestic Aspen “Reading Tree” and a larger-than-life-sized card catalog have been chosen…