Denver Public Library
Hardly a dusty bibliotheca, the Denver Public Library is an active and hip place with whimsical post-modern architectural elements...
Denver sculptor A Phimister Proctor became nationally famous with this 1920 bronze of the Bronco Buster. Fun fact: Proctor’s model for...
Large enough to whisk away a Volkswagen, this giant dustpan’s color was chosen by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen to complement...
Lonely Planet review
This wonderful sculpture by Donald Lipski sits outside the Denver Public Library, where it was installed in 1998 after spending a year in New York City’s Central Park. The Horse on the Chair, as it’s known, stands 21ft high and has a whimsy, humor and magic to it.