Paul Kashmann’s Public Art Tour (District 6)
Nov 6, 2020 - Nov 8, 2020
Follow along Councilman Kashmann's Public Art Tour. From Paul Kashmann: "Washington Park is a Denver gem that offers many amenities including recreation, historic architecture and amazing public art. As you Stoll through Washington Park, start toward the north where you will find George Carlson's "Colorado Miner" (created in 1980). This takes you back to the 19th Century and invokes thoughts about Colorado's rich mining history. Than take a peek at Wynken, Blynken and Nod created in 1919. This marble, cement and stone sculpture depicts the Eugene Field poem "Dutch Lullaby" and brings it to life. After, go indoors to the Washington Park Rec. Center and see the photos of community members working out and enjoying Washington Park. Jim Sale the photographer created these in 1991. Hope you enjoyed your art!"