Art-n-Transit

Southwest Corridor

Evans Station

People Hereabouts

People Hereabouts

Artist : Jack Unruh
Dedication Date: 2000

The Overland Neighborhood Association presents a series of text and image historical vignettes about the area in an outdoor museum exhibit. Over 70 small panels are mounted to five colorful steel kiosks standing between the rail plaza and the Park-n-Ride. "People Hereabouts" is an exhibit to remind you that you are making history!

Englewood Station

Glass Panel Windscreen

Glass Panel Windscreen

Artist : Ray Tomasso
Dedication Date: 2000

The glass panel windscreen in the center of the platform portrays the interaction between the dreams, hopes and aspirations of society and the entropy caused by time. According to artist Ray Tomasso, the subject matter of the windscreen includes, "fragments that shift across the subconscious leaving only a shadow, an essence of a patina, the dust found in a crack, a word left behind, flotsam found along a lost highway, the desk of an unknown and forgotten author, link from a lost love, broken dreams of neon…"

Oxford - City of Sheridan Station

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Artist : The Sheridan School District
(Grades K-12)
Dedication Date: 2000

A multi-color mosaic adorns the retaining wall at the Oxford - City of Sheridan Rail Station. Each of the one thousand 12" x 12" ceramic tiles in the mosaic depicts a form of transportation and was hand drawn by a child from one of four schools in the Sheridan School District. The schools included Alice Terry Elementary, Fort Logan Elementary, Sheridan Middle School and Sheridan High School.

Littleton - Downtown Station

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Artist : Michelle Lamb
Dedication Date: 2000

Measuring 40' x 7' tall, the Littleton - Downtown Rail Station mural was painted on eight individual metal panels installed on the wall west of the platform leading to the Park-n-Ride. The inspiration for the mural comes from the book "Settlement to Centennial" by Robert McQuarie and from a wealth of archive photos and information at the Littleton Historical Museum. The mural depicts over 50 historical structures, most of which exist less than five minutes from the rail station. The seasons in the mural change from spring to winter and the light from morning to night as you look from left to right.

Littleton - Mineral Station

The Silver Band of Present Time

The Silver Band of Present Time

Artist : Robert Tully
Dedication Date: 2000

The themes of technology and the environment are captured in the solar powered clock tower at the Littleton - Mineral Rail Station between the pedestrian bridge and the stairway to the Park-n-Ride. The vastness of time is glue that lets us live with so many rational unknowns; the present is a source of enlightenment, contentment, creativity and knowledge. The artwork is complex, like a personality. It is a weaving of technology, nature and time that is both colorful and fragile.