Westminster Promenade Public Art
(Northwest corner of US 36/104th Avenue)
The Westminster Promenade has a rich and varied collection of public art scattered along the main walkway. The project was conceived by City staff and was collaboratively designed by staff and the land owners.
The design is intended to evoke a Colorado “high plains” theme. The green and yellow concrete pavers are reminiscent of the wheat fields maturing from green to yellow. The light poles were custom designed to resemble blades of grass. Native American symbology, specifically from the Arapahoe tribe, is incorporated into the banners as well as the mosaic tile plaza on the west side of the Westin Hotel. The one-of-a-kind magnificent sculpture of Arapahoe Chief Little Raven recognizes his historical importance.
Start your public art tour on the west side of the plaza by reading up on Westminster history, portrayed on 16 separate “history panels.” Proceed west to the compass rose in front of the AMC Theatre, observing several art pieces along the way. Don’t miss the singing horse!
Chief Little Raven
Family of Horses (3)
Arapahoe Tile Mosaic
Promenade Compass Rose
Promenade Gazebo Spheres (8)
Promenade Light Fixtures and Banner
Promenade Light Towers and History Panels (8)
Promenade Tile Mosaic Fountain