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Posted on: May 2, 2018

More Public Art in Fraser - Sculptures!

Ribbon dancer sculpture monochromatic

The Public Arts Committee has secured three sculptures by Colorado artists for display in Fraser for one year. At the end of the year, sculptures will be available for purchase. Purchasers can keep or donate the sculptures to the Town.

The Town of Fraser, advised by the Public Arts Committee, has achieved one of their goals of increasing art in pubic places. Agreements with three Colorado artists to feature their sculptures at prominent locations throughout Fraser, on exhibit for one year with anticipated installation dates around Memorial Day Weekend. Purchasers will have the option to donate the sculpture to the Town, keeping it in the same location, with the donors name on the plaque.

Sculptures will be displayed at the Fraser Historic Church and Community Center, the Grand Park Recreation Center and at Goranson Station. If the sculpture is purchased, half the proceeds will go towards the Fraser Center of Creative Arts, which is proposed behind the soon-to-open Fraser Valley Distilling Company in downtown Fraser. The sculpture shown in this photo is Ribbon Dancer by Kendra Fleischman. It will be installed at the recreation center. 

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