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Artist of the Week
Debra is a weaver, spinner, and maker of primitive pottery who has always reveled in the abundance of color and raw materials in the Colorado landscape. She teaches various types of weaving, fiber preparation, carding, wet felting, spinning, and dyeing with chemical and natural dyes.
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Public Art of the Week
More Like 10 O’clock Shadow
"More Like 10 O’clock Shadow" incorporates themes of community, interactions between unique individuals, and a general study of crowd dynamics. The illustration began as a painting that was then converted to a vinyl wrap and permanently installed on a traffic control box.
Artist: Morgan Bak
Location: The corner of Cascade Ave and Colorado Ave
Year Created: 2016
Medium: Vinyl wrap
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