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South Westminster Public Art

Several public art pieces are located in groupings throughout the historic older part of Westminster located near 72nd Avenue and Lowell Boulevard. These nodes of artwork enrich the neighborhood, which in recent years has attracted numerous artists. The neighborhood now has four art galleries, three of which are along 73rd Avenue, including the Rodeo Market Arts Center. The Rodeo Market is operated by the South Westminster Arts Group, which sponsors an annual rotating sculpture exhibit called Sculpture on 73rd Avenue.

Lowell Boulevard Corridor

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Mariposa, Surgido - Southwest corner of Lowell Boulevard and Turnpike Drive
She Ain’t Heavy – West side of Lowell Boulevard north of 73rd Avenue 
Big Sister – Northeast corner of 72nd Avenue/Lowell Boulevard
Summer Series – Northeast corner of 72nd Avenue/Lowell Boulevard
Jim Baker Sculpture – West side of Lowell Boulevard at 61st Avenue

73rd Avenue Corridor
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Be Careful Daddy – Southeast corner of 73rd Avenue/Osceola Street
Patient Warrior – 73rd Avenue and Osceola Street
Lady Catrina - The north side of 73rd Avenue at Osceola Street

Irving Street Library and Park (74th Avenue and Irving Street) 
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Legacy of Literature
Story Time for One  
Summer Showers

Shoenberg Farm (72nd Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard)
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Dolly – Northwest corner of 72nd Avenue/Sheridan Boulevard 
Duke - Southwest corner of  72nd Avenue/Sheridan Boulevard

Westminster Station (Westminster Station Drive and Hooker Street)
Splintering Continuity - North of Westminster Station Drive and east of Hooker Street at the entrance to the Westminster Station parking structure

Torii Square Park (76th and Lowell Boulevard)
Lotus Dragon - southeast corner of 76th Avenue/Lowell Boulevard

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