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Artworks use vibrant colors, unique mediums, and eccentric shapes to spark a creative buzz throughout the property.
Four commissioned paintings by local artist Olive Moya awaken the fourth floor corridor.
Artist Craig Robb visited the property to take precise measurements of the architectural features in which his installation would fit, ensuring perfect alignment with a power outlet for the LED lights.
Featuring vibrant colors and eccentric forms, the art collection at Neon Local reflects the active and social lifestyle of the property’s residents. Artworks on the first floor use engaging materials and energetic colors to create an immediate sense of arrival, such as Chris Haven’s painting behind the leasing desk, which incorporates an attention-grabbing neon piece, or Craig Robb’s nearby LED wall sculpture nestled perfectly into the building’s architectural features.
The edgy, street art styles are mixed with more eclectic, vintage elements such as Andrew Huffman’s colorful paintings atop archival images of Denver scenery, as well as Suchitra Mattai’s embroidered neon threads over a Colorado landscape. Additionally, a museum quality installation by John Siberell features custom canvases cut into unique geometric shapes, representative of a complex game of tetris. Altogether, the collection sparks creative expression and positions Neon Local as a premium lifestyle destination in the popular Baker / South Broadway Neighborhood.