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Our team is beginning the restoration of the Clarice Dryer installation at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities. Installed in 1992, Skyline has become a regional icon and an excellent example of integrating sculpture and architecture. The site-specific art piece that surraounds the amphitheater was created during the 1992 expansion of the Arvada Center. Over the past twenty-three years the painted blue background has faded tremendously and the cast aluminum vines have become dirty and dull.
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This year's Biennial of the Americas featured an installation by Mexico City artist Marcela Armas in Commons Park. AMPA was happy to fabricate Implant for the artist. 
"Implant" by Marcela Armas
"Skyline" by Clarice Dryer, pictured at installation in 1992
Untitled by Doug Wilson
Doug Wilson’s Untitled sculpture was graciously donated by the Wilson Family to the City of Arvada’s Art In Public Places Collection.  AMPA installed the piece at the entrance of the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities in June.
ENLIVENING PLACES WITH THE ARTS FOR OVER 30 YEARS
This year, AMPA is restoring, repairing and cleaning the public artworks in the Lowry Foundation's collection. 
"Flight Ride IV" by David Griggs
"First Rose" by Susan Cooper
Our crew fabricated and installed First Rose by Susan Cooper now located at Denver's Eisenhower Recreation Center.
In May, we worked with the Denver Botanic Gardens and Deborah Butterfield to install The Nature of Horses exhibition, on display through Oct. 18.
"Argus" by Deborah Butterfield,1996-97
AMPA was selected to serve as the Public Art Consultant to the City of Commerce City to implement seven new public art projects funded by Issue 2K.