Outdoor Art

Brighton is home to more than 20 pieces of outdoor art, including sculptures and murals. A detailed map of the art can be found here.

Outdoor art in Brighton is curated by the Public Art Committee (PAC). The mission of the PAC is to create a legacy within the Brighton community for the appreciation of artistic expression. The Public Art Committee is Brighton’s ambassador in creating an opportunity to experience diverse forms of artwork. We strive to inspire a thought provoking adventure making a positive impact in our community while celebrating culture and passion for the arts. The Public Art Committee is a sub-committee of the Brighton Cultural Arts Commission. We work closely with the Commission to provide art in public places and secure funding for art acquisition. 

Both of these community organizations collaborate to provide various services  including: sponsoring arts festivals, showcasing the work of local artists, hosting art  exhibits, sponsoring arts workshops in community settings, or facilitating professional  development services to existing arts organizations. 

For information on these  organizations call David Gallegos, Arts and Culture Coordinator at 303-655-2176 or dgallegos@brightonco.gov.

A-Prosperous-Past_smA Prosperous Past, 
A Bright Future

By Gary Alsum Family  
Bridge and Cabbage Streets

By Gene Goff
Eagle View Adult Center
1150 Prairie Center Parkway

How-Does-Your-Garden-Grow_smHow Does Your Garden Grow
By Thomas “Roo” Tice 
City Hall, 500 S. 4th Ave.

Aquarius-Sundial_sm"Aquarius" Sundial
By Jerry Jaramillo 
Benedict Park
1750 Skeel Street

Interception_smInterception By Gary Alsum
Benedict Park
1750 Skeel Street

The-Guide_smThe Guide By Christopher Romero
City Hall, 500 S. 4th Avenue

The-Train_smThe Train By Mark Cline 
Cabbage and Strong streets

Remote-Controlled_smRemote ControlledBy Anthony Guntren
Median near East 50th Avenue & Bridge Street

Courage-To-Lead_smCourage To Lead By Denny Haskew
Historic City Hall, 22 South 4th Avenue

Play-Ball_smPlay Ball By Damian Radice
BJAA Park, 1220 Longs Peak Street

The-Sandpaper-Track_smThe Sandpaper Track
By Kathy Wardle

The Armory, 300 Strong Street 

Raptoround-Standing-Proud_smRaptoround Standing Proud
By Charles “Chuck” Weaver

Colorado Park, 254 Miller Street

Noble-Eagle-Spirit-of-America_smNoble Eagle Spirit of America
By Sandy Scott
Prairie Center Pkwy. & Eagle Blvd.

Open-Heart_smOpen Heart
By M.L.Duffy

Carmichael Park, 650 Southern St.
(soon to be permanently installed at Founders Plaza, Bridge & Main Streets)

Stargazer_smStargazer By Shohini Ghosh 
Observatory Park, 795 S. 23rd Ave.

The-Farmer_smThe Farmer By Lawrence Starck 
1594 E Bromley Ln

Harvest-Dreams_smHarvest Dreams By
George Lundeen

Bromley Lane & 4th Avenue

International-Harvester_smInternational Harvester 
By Kim Shaklee

36 S. Main Street

Touch-The-Sky_smTouch The Sky
By Jane DeDecker 
525 E. Bridge Street

By Saori Ide and Johnathon Russel
1st Avenue and Strong Street

EternalFlame_JerryJaramilloEternal Flame By Jerry Jaramillo
Elmwood Cemetery, 14800 Old Brighton Road Brighton

BRC---Sculpture-Garden_smSculpture Garden 
By Jane DeDecker

Brighton Recreation Center 
555 N. 11th Avenue

HistoricBrighton_smHistoric Brighton Mural By Hans Joseph Geist
Founders Plaza, Downtown Brighton