Art is all around Durango

Art is all around Durango

Public displays, now worth $1M, have proliferated over the years
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Carol Martin, left, with the Public Art Commission, said volunteers clean and wax the city’s 32 bronze statues once a year to protect their finish. Here Martin and Bella Bussian, 16, daughter of Elizabeth and Erich Bussian, work on “Hard Rockers” by Clyde Doney in Santa Rita Park.
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“Puck,” by Elizabeth MacQueen, 1984, on East Second Avenue. Durango’s Public Art Collection recently was appraised at more than $1 million.
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“Puck” Elizabeth MacQueen, 1984, on East Second Avenue.
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“Mudra” Elizabeth MacQueen, 1984, on East Second Avenue.
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“Whinney and Friends” Joyce Parkerson, 1992, near the train depot.
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“Past, Present, Future” Bryan Saren, steel and copper, 2006, at City Hall.
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“Radiant Cat” by Claudia DeLong can be found at The Durango Herald building.
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“Trout Wall” A community-based public artwork from The Arts Collaborative, 2007, Animas River Trial’s Main Avenue underpass.
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“Daisy & The Bee,” located in Rotary Park, is available for purchase; contact the city of Durango.
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