Silhouette of Dancers at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
“Let’s Dance” in excitement for the warmer weather and longer days coming our way! Silhouette of Dancers at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. I photographed this last Friday afternoon as the sun was setting, my frost bite was setting in & dreams of warmer weather were swirling in my head. Happy 50 degree weather and daylight savings weekend Denver!
A little Denver public art knowledge for you…The artist who created Dancers is Jonathan Borofsky. The two tall figures are made of 25-tons of steel and fiberglass. Speakers mounted to the sculpure continuosy play “Let’s Dance” which was composed by Jonathan Borofsky & Samuel Conlogue. Borofsky seeks to highlight in all his work that “Everything is connected and All is one.”