30th & Downing Station
Artist : Jess DuBois
Dedication Date: 1998
This sculpture pays tribute to the first African-American doctor licensed in the State of Colorado, Dr. Justina Ford. During Dr. Ford's 50 years of practice, she delivered over 7,000 babies. The artwork is located on the plaza along Downing Street.
25th, 27th, 29th & Welton Stations
Artist : Darrel Anderson
Dedication Date: 1996
Five Points' legacy of great music and community served as the inspiration for these colorful mosaics, located on the rail station access ramps.
Theatre District & Convention Center
Doing Your Dance in Denver
Artist : Atkinson Iconography Studio Limited
Dedication Date: 2007
An interactive light installation using sensors and light helps visitors perform their own "Dance of Denver." As a dancer operates the system, a variety of illustrations and slogans light up on the stainless steel mirror, providing amusement and faux guidance, whimsically defining the three areas of Denver dance: commerce, nature and sport. The installation is adjacent to the southbound boarding area.
Colfax at Auraria Station
Bookmark Denver Colorado
Artist : Donna Billick
Dedication Date: 2002
Two terrazzo benches with book replicas are bench backs and seats. The images on the bench backs portray Denver and Colorado. The theme of the books was selected to honor the multiple institutions committed to the education and enlightenment of their community. The benches are on the plaza between the rail tracks and the campus.
10th & Osage Station
Artist : Emanuel Martinez
Dedication Date: 2003
The sculpture is a synthesis of images that represents Mexican culture through the 1960s civil rights movement, to the United Farm Workers labor struggle and the urban Chicano movement. The sculpture is located on the lawn north of the station plaza.
Artist : Scott Donohue
Dedication Date: 1998
Two statues show diversity and history throughout the world. Each figure is made up of different patterned sections and makes a composite of many people from various cultures, races and times. The statues are located northwest of the bus drop-off area.
I-25 & Broadway Station
The Welcoming Committee
Artist : Elaine Calzolari
Dedication Date: 1997
These three modernistic granite monuments were created, in part, from sculptures salvaged from demolished buildings. Some of the main components include materials from an old mausoleum, fragments from granite quarries and other architectural remnants. Ms. Calzolari's vision for this sculpture was to inject humor and add the stamp of humanity in an almost sleek, manufactured environment. The sculptures stand in the island south of the bus gates.