New Addison Arbor Foundation Sculpture Officially Named Golden Hour

New Addison Arbor Foundation Sculpture Officially Named Golden Hour
Golden Hour

The public art sculpture that the Addison Arbor Foundation (AAF) installed at the water tower site on the corner of Surveyor Boulevard and Arapaho Road in July has officially been named Golden Hour. A creation by local artist Russ Connell and his wife Kelsea Lyon, the gold metallic stainless-steel sculpture stands thirteen feet tall with a three-foot round base. The name refers to the time of day, typically shortly after sunrise or before sunset, when the sun shines with a warmer, almost magical light.

Many thanks to the AAF for continuing to enhance our community with public art. Golden Hour is the organization’s nineteenth public art installation. A ribbon-cutting ceremony will be scheduled at a later date.

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