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TORO By Fred Zietz | Behind 137 S. Main St., along the Riverwalk
PROWLIN’ By Parker McDonald | 110 E. Washington Ave. in front of the Fuqua Livery Stable
SACK RACE By Jane Rankin | 203 S. Main St. behind the Welcome Center, along the Riverwalk
JUST THE TWO OF US By Guilloume | 103 S. Harris St.
THE LIBRARY QUILT By Summit Quilters | 103 S. Harris St.
TOM'S BABY By Seth Vandable | 112 N. Main St.
CATTAILS Doyle Svenby | Breckenridge Arts District campus, located at S. Ridge St. and E. Washington Ave.
STEEL DRAWING FOR COOPER By Steuart Bremner | Breckenridge Arts District campus, located at S. Ridge St. and E. Washington Ave.
THRONE By Chaz della Porta | Breckenridge Arts District campus, located at S. Ridge St. and E. Washington Ave.
A FRIEND TO LEAN ON By Robin J. Laws | 226 S. Main St.
POPSICLE By Doyle Svenby | Visa Point Park, 600 Reiling Rd., next to the Little Red School House
MAIN STREET SUNSET By Ann Weaver | 3rd floor administration offices, Town Hall, 150 Ski Hill Rd.
OUTCROPPING HOUSE II By Albert Belleveau | Breckenridge Arts District campus, located at S. Ridge St. and E. Washington Ave.
THE SWING By Victor Issa | Timberline Learning Center, 150 Valley Brook St.
THROUGH THE EYE OF THE NEEDLE By Rik Sargent | Alpine Bank, 110 N. Main St.
AS SEASONS CHANGE By Stephen Day | Riverwalk Center ticket office, 150 W. Adams Ave.
CHRIS ETHRIDGE MEMORIAL By Chaz Della Porta | Stephen C. West Ice Arena, 189 Boreas Pass Rd.
THE NEST By Chapel | Intersection of Main and Ridge streets at 540 S Main St
GOING HOME By Willie Morrison | Carter Park, 310 S. High St.
ULLR By Richard Jagoda | 500 S. Park Ave.
SOLDIERS OF THE SUMMIT By Robert Eccleston | South of the Riverwalk Center at 150 W. Adams Ave on the Blue River Bikeway.
ATHENA FIRST FLUTE + LYDIA FIRST VIOLIN By Michael Adams | Southwest corner of the Riverwalk Center at 150 W. Adams
GONE FISHIN' By Steve Puchek | In the Blue River east of the Riverwalk Center at 150 W. Adams Ave.
A MINER'S DREAM By Robert Tully | A collection of pieces in Blue River Plaza along the riverwalk, and in the river itself
MISTER BARNEY FORD By Emanuel Martinez | 112 E. Washington Ave., between the Barney Ford House Museum and Tin Shop
THREE COWBOYS By Stephen Hansen | 305 N. Main St.
MY BOOK By Jane Rankin | Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center & South Branch Library, 103 S. Harris St.
KACHINA STEEL By Jack Hill | On the bike path by the Breckenridge Recreation Center, 880 Airport Rd.
DOUBLE AXLE By David Griggs | Front lobby of Breckenridge Recreation Center, 880 Airport Rd.
COLORADO RIVER ROCK BRIDGE By Steuart Bremner | At Kayak Park, where Cucumber Creek intersects the Blue River on the Blue River Bikeway, northeast of the Breckenridge Recreation Center at 880 Airport Rd.

TAKE A SELF-GUIDED TOUR
Use your mobile devise to listen to the Breckenridge Public Art + Arts District Audio Tour by visiting: spts.us/bca 

GET A MAP
Pick up a map to accompany your walking tour at Old Masonic Hall or the Welcome Center. Abbreviated maps (without images) are also available by clicking here.

PLAN YOUR ROUTE
To view the public art collection or campus, choose between three pre-organized routes:
 
-Public Art | Downtown
-Public Art | North + East
-Historic Arts District Campus

Alternatively, you can create your own route by entering numbers (1-42) into the Spot ID at the top of the screen.

TAKE A GUIDED TOUR
Old Masonic Hall | FREE
Jun 1–Aug 31 | Thu, 3–4pm + Fri, 5–6pm

BCA offers weekly docent-led tours to showcase the Town’s public art collection, the Arts District campus and other cultural highlights in our community. Tours are conversational, interactive and appropriate for all ages.

Register in advance through our website to ensure a spot. Tours are capped at 10 participants.

ABOUT THE COLLECTION 
The Breckenridge public art collection engages passersby from all walks of life, inciting conversation around topics that are quintessentially Breckenridge, from the picturesque mountain environment to rich local history. Pieces in the permanent collection occupy carefully-selected public spaces throughout town, and are thoughtfully curated to enhance the collective aesthetic experience of locals and visitors alike. In addition to the permanent collection, temporary and ephemeral installations bolster the experience of Breckenridge as a haven for creativity high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

ABOUT THE CAMPUS
The Breckenridge Arts District features a multi-facility campus of restored historic structures that hosts workshops, exhibits, tours, artists-in-residence, and a variety of other creative activities. With a focus on educational and experiential enrichment, programs include classes in a range of media such as textiles, ceramics, metalwork, painting, and more.

MORE INFORMATION
For questions or additional information on the Breckenridge Public Art + Arts District Audio Tour, please call 970 453 3187 ext 7 or visit breckcreate.org/public-art.

The Breckenridge public art collection engages passersby from all walks of life, inciting conversation around topics that are quintessentially Breckenridge, from the picturesque mountain environment to rich local history. Pieces in the permanent collection occupy carefully-selected public spaces throughout town, and are thoughtfully curated to enhance the collective aesthetic experience of locals and visitors alike. In addition to the permanent collection, temporary and ephemeral installations bolster the experience of Breckenridge as a haven for creativity high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.