Sat / 23 January 2021
Public Art Walk Around Jasper
Let’s check out some public art close to your Jasper home! Map yourself out a self-guided walking tour with world-renowned public art. We’ve listed a few to get your started:
Guy Place Mini Park featuring a steel fence designed by artist Adriane Colburn. The “Geologic Ghost,” is a waterjet-cut steel fence designed by artist Adriane Colburn, who was inspired by both the geology and history of Rincon Hill.
Barry McGee at 255 3rd Street. The piece involves seven multicolored abstract and figurative drawings against white walls, up and down the sides of the six-story garage.
The Kilroy Three by Jon Krewczyk at 303 Second Street Plaza. This massive patina bronze structure has three large pieces spread in a line across the plaza. Krawczyk works on many scales, but this massive piece is truly impressive and gorgeous, his love for organic shapes shines in this piece.
Annular Eclipse by George Rickey at 560 Mission Street. Located in a POPOS with several other open spaces. A unique element at this site is the kinetic wind sculpture that turns according to the wind.
Shaw Alley at 535 Mission Street features a historic brick facade, an eye-catching sculpture by The Band by Anton Josef Standteiner, and a colorful light installation Applique da Parete by Gordon Huether.
Cupid’s Span by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen at Rincon Park. By burying the central part of the bow and the arrow, the couple managed to construct a metaphor of a ship and a suspended bridge, some of the features typical for San Francisco.
Time Signature by Richard Deutsch. This is a landmark sculpture that juxtaposes five curved stainless steel vessels that soar to 48 feet.
Not Out of the Woods Yet by Richard Deacon at 500 Howard Street. This piece was made from aluminum tread plate. Richard’s works make viewers sense connections between physical feelings and inner dispositions to use certain words in describing them.
The Bay Lights is a site-specific monumental light sculpture and generative art installation on the western span of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, designed by world-renowned artist Leo Villareal.
Privately-owned public open spaces (POPOS) are publicly accessible spaces in forms of plazas, terraces, atriums, small parks, and even snippets which are provided and maintained by private developers. Please mask up, keep your distance and check the accessibility and hours before heading out.
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