Art on the Corner (AOTC) is a year-round outdoor sculpture exhibit displayed in Downtown Grand Junction and is one of the first of its kind in the country. The display is free to the public and includes more than 100 sculptures in a variety of mediums and styles. Established in 1984 by local sculptor, Dave Davis, Art on the Corner has become a cultural icon in Downtown Grand Junction. The program has been recognized and mimicked in communities across the world and is currently celebrating its 34th year. The collection consists of permanent sculptures and an annual temporary exhibit. Temporary pieces are for sale to the public and can be purchased by calling 970.245.9697.

 

 

 

  • Canyon Cirque

    by Frank Morbillo - $18,000

  • Taffeta

    by Reven Marie Swanson - $18,000

  • Affirmation Station

    by Timothy C. Flood - $8,000

  • Picasso's Violin

    by Jodie Bliss - $18,000

  • 'Climate Change is a Myth'

    by Shana Allen - $1,500

  • The Ambiguous Family

    by Joe Norman - $7,550

  • Short Stack

    by Andrew Libertone - $5,000

  • Seismogram

    by Joe Forrest Sackett - $12,000

  • Xeriscape

    by Suzanne Kane - $8,000

  • In a Hurry to Extinction

    by Nikki Cook - $8,000

  • Chief Eye-Heart-Gut

    by Jimmy Descant - $15,000

  • Skyline

    by Kyle Ocean - $12,000

  • Revivification

    by Zach Tabb - $4,500

  • Untitled

    by Pavia Justinian & Dave Davis - Not for Sale

  • Four, Three, Two, One

    by Joe Forrest Sackett - $10,000

  • Forces at Play V

    by Michael Ford Dunton - $13,000

Photos: 2018/2019 AOTC Temporary Exhibit