Bicycle art contest down to 3-person race

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Bicycle art contest down to 3-person race

Marilee Jantzer-White holds an artist’s model of their submission for a public art display within the traffic circle on Florida Road to be in place for the Pro Cycle competition in August. The Durango Public Arts Commission considered multiple artists submissions for the project Friday.
Mary Ann Baker’s “Game On!” is a sculpture of three arches of cyclist images spinning “freely in the wind.”
“Gearflakes,” by Durangoan Shan Wells, plays on the similarity in the shapes of bicycle gears and snowflakes.
“Endurance,” by former Fort Lewis College student Joshua Wiener, is a sculpture of five larger-than-life cyclists hurtling toward an imaginary finish line.

Bicycle art contest down to 3-person race

Marilee Jantzer-White holds an artist’s model of their submission for a public art display within the traffic circle on Florida Road to be in place for the Pro Cycle competition in August. The Durango Public Arts Commission considered multiple artists submissions for the project Friday.
Mary Ann Baker’s “Game On!” is a sculpture of three arches of cyclist images spinning “freely in the wind.”
“Gearflakes,” by Durangoan Shan Wells, plays on the similarity in the shapes of bicycle gears and snowflakes.
“Endurance,” by former Fort Lewis College student Joshua Wiener, is a sculpture of five larger-than-life cyclists hurtling toward an imaginary finish line.
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