A leading Grand Junction architect redesigned this boxy 1960s concrete building to give it a more sculptural image. Rolling grass berms lap against the walls of the sculpture garden, which has a narrow slit entry. A strip of neon tube at the base of the complex is lit to signify an event in this privately constructed and maintained center that itself is modern art.
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Western Colorado Center for the Arts
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