A mural on the west side of the I-25/High Line Canal trail tunnel was painted by father and son muralists, Jerry and Jay Jaramillo. They will paint another mural on the east side of the tunnel in 2018, continuing the High Line Canal theme from the west side.
Cherry Creek III Neighborhood President, Don Ireland, had a vision to brighten this off-ramp for drivers arriving to Denver. Don raised the funds, selected the artist and--with the help of his wife, Lynne--landscaped the area with native plants.
Art, in the form of animals on a colorful background, was installed on nine traffic utility boxes on Colorado Blvd. from Hampden to Evans. The animal art proposal was submitted by local artist, Andrew Woodward, when we solicited ideas for the Mayor's Imagine 2020 Council District Challenge in 2017. View more pictures of the boxes here.
Continuing the Art Bus Shelter project, students designed a mural for the bus shelter retaining wall. At our 2017 South by Southeast festival, community members painted tiles to create the mural design. The tiles will be installed on the retaining wall this summer.
Shoemaker School teacher, Annie Holyfield, and her K/1 students painted a mural about the birds that live on the Cherry Creek Path that runs through their school property. It is a beautiful reminder of the space they share with the natural world in the hopes that our community will keep it safe and clean for all living things.