Durango considers adopting public art piece that spells out L-O-V-E

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Durango considers adopting public art piece that spells out L-O-V-E

Four pieces planned for local communities
Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, wants to donate a new sculpture to the city’s art collection. The concept for the piece was inspired by asking hundreds of people about their vision for the world.
Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, is gathering thousands of visions for the world from people around the region. Randy Armfield, 50, lives in Durango in his van with his dogs Tuesday and LG. He said his vision was, “I love the earth, trees, water everything that comes from those things, that’s all we need. We need to respect this earth more.” He said he is creating community gardens to make his vision come alive.
Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, asked people across the region about their vision for the world and photographed some people who will be included in a book. Among them was Allene Pera, 102, who was photographed at Sunshine Gardens. Pera knits baby blankets and donates them to the hospital to help make the world a better place.
Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, is asking people around the region for their visions for the world. Among them was Wesley, 55, a Cortez resident. When asked about his vision in January at Manna, he said, “I like the world the way it is. Nothing happens by accident. I’m always where I’m supposed to be.”
To share visions or donate

To share your vision for the world with the Tiospaye class, visit facebook.com/LivingVision7/ or text 970-715-1115
Donations are accepted at www.youcaring.com/tiospaye-1068177

Durango considers adopting public art piece that spells out L-O-V-E

Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, wants to donate a new sculpture to the city’s art collection. The concept for the piece was inspired by asking hundreds of people about their vision for the world.
Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, is gathering thousands of visions for the world from people around the region. Randy Armfield, 50, lives in Durango in his van with his dogs Tuesday and LG. He said his vision was, “I love the earth, trees, water everything that comes from those things, that’s all we need. We need to respect this earth more.” He said he is creating community gardens to make his vision come alive.
Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, asked people across the region about their vision for the world and photographed some people who will be included in a book. Among them was Allene Pera, 102, who was photographed at Sunshine Gardens. Pera knits baby blankets and donates them to the hospital to help make the world a better place.
Tiospaye, a Durango nonprofit focused on personal development, is asking people around the region for their visions for the world. Among them was Wesley, 55, a Cortez resident. When asked about his vision in January at Manna, he said, “I like the world the way it is. Nothing happens by accident. I’m always where I’m supposed to be.”
Should the city of Durango adopt a public art piece that spells out L-O-V-E?
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