ART: PUBLIC ART: EL MORO REST AREA

Art embedded in the architecture of Michael Brendle, designed for the Colorado Department of Transportation. The art was designed into the project from the earliest stages.


EL MORO REST AREA, TRINIDAD COLORADO
4'X4' aluminum pronghorn antelope glyph.
This building includes a large set of glyphs in aluminum, bronze, steel, glass and slate.

Michael Brendle Architects, 2000.

2000 Honor Award
AIA, Colorado Chapter

2000 Merit Award
AIA Western Mountain Region





4'x4' aluminum pronghorn glyph on raised-seam copper siding.


EL MORO T-SHIRT




Slate floor tiles, beaver glyph.
One of 32 glyphs. 29 different images. 1 per tile, except for this five-tile configuration. Red slate inset into gray slate.



Glyph panels on two 4'x8' thermopane windows: sand-blasted glass.




"Welcome" glyph, 4'x4' bronze panel embedded in concrete.





1' corten steel truck glyph set into stone fascia.
One of seven, with different glyphs



4'X4' aluminum horse & rider glyph.



1' corten steel miners glyph set into stone fascia.
One of seven, with different glyphs



5'X5' bronze horse and rider glyph on entrance signage pier.



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