Glass, galvanized steel, masonite, plywood, red volcanic rock, Cherry Creek sand, concrete sand, dry sand, red dolomite, and top soil
Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities 6901 Wadsworth Boulevard Arvada Colorado 80003
May 1992. Dedicated Oct. 16, 1992
Save Outdoor Sculpture, Colorado, Denver survey, 1993.
Denver Post (Denver, CO), April 5, 1992, pg. 5D.
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A 352-foot-long, ribbon-shaped wall of glass-enclosed panels of Colorado soil. The spiraling wall starts outside, on the west side of the Arvada Center, and winds its way through the building. Outside the building, the wall starts very low to the ground, gradually sloping upward until it reaches a height of 24 feet. The wall is interrupted several times by architectural features and seating nooks. The wall is made of glass panels in a steel frame. Visible through the glass are wood panels with various shades of top soil glued on in swirling layers.