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Untitled (Terra Cotta Brick Relief Wall)

Untitled (Terra Cotta Brick Relief Wall)

When the City of Colorado Springs’ Parks and Recreation building was scheduled for renovation and expansion in 1986, architect Clifford Nakata called for a “strong art element” to be part of the design.

Pueblo artist Ken Williams answered that call, with an abstract sculpture created out of bricks formed and fired into a mix of geometric shapes. They appear to be layered to form both convex and concave shapes. The bricks are mounted onto the stucco exterior of the Parks and Recreation Department building.

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Date created: 1986