Denver Public Library--page 3 (of 4 pages)

Michael Graves
1995



View from the north with the Hoyt original building in the foreground

The squarish brown building in the northwest corner is the Children's Pavilion
 

Views from the northwest

The large red chair with a horse atop it is The Yearling by Donald Lipski. This sculpture is 21 feet tall and is designed to suggest the perspective of small children.
 
 

Tower entrance

Set back from this tower is yet another tower. See below.
 
 

Views of the southwest corner

Peaking at the corner is the very large red sculpture Lao Tzu by Mark di Suvero. See other views here.



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