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Colorado

Museum of Outdoor Arts
The Museum of Outdoor Arts is dedicated to bringing the vitality of the arts to the people of Colorado. 
Founded in 1981 by John W. Madden Jr. and daughter Cynthia Madden Leitner, the Museum of Outdoor Arts is a synthesis of fine art, architecture, and landscape design. MOA's collection of outdoor sculpture is fully accessible to the public 365 days a year, exemplifying the belief that "art is a part of everyday life."
In 2000, the Museum of Outdoor Arts opened its galleries, studios, and offices in the Englewood Civic Center. MOA holds temporary indoor exhibits, collaborative performances, and special events designed to highlight its commitment to visual and performing arts as an indispensable part of community life. The Museum's collection of outdoor public sculpture is on display in Englewood  and Greenwood Plaza in Greenwood Village, CO.
The Museum's indoor gallery is open Monday-Thursday 9am-5pm and Friday 9am-4pm. Greenwood Plaza, 7600 E Orchard Rd., Suite 160N, Englewood 80111. (303) 741-3609.

Colorado Springs Fine Art Center Sculpture Courtyard and Sculpture Garden
The sculpture courtyard contains sculptures by Bell, Cesar, Caparn, Escobedo, Evans, Flores, Indian, Sinaiko, Taft, Zajac, and Zuniga. The Sculpture Garden, located at the corner of Dale St. and Cascade Ave., features figurative works by Goodacre, Houser, Hyde, Ullberg, Zorach, and others.
30 West Dale St., Colorado Springs 80903. (719) 634-5581. Fax (719) 634 0570. Admission Fee: $4.00 for adults, $2.00 for seniors and children 6-16, Free every Saturday. The Sculpture Garden is publicly accessible at all times as it is outside of the building.

 
The Benson Park Sculpture Garden
Seven acres, containing over 40 permanent and predominantly representational bronze sculptures by artists including Goodacre, Matia, Ostermiller and Ullberg. Includes children’s sculpture garden.
29th and Aspen Dr., Loveland. For information write to: Loveland High Plains Art Council, PO Box 7006, Loveland 80537-0006. Contact: Betsy Ostermiller. (970) 663-2940.
Idaho
 

Kagan Sculpture Garden
More than 100 works by American artist Rod Kagan on one-acre site. Beautiful mountain vistas at 10,000 ft. elevation. Demonstrations, tours on request.
PO Box 1144, 206 Chocolate Gulch, Ketchum 83340. (208) 726-8860. Seven miles north of Ketchum on Hwy. 75. Open all year.

Utah
 

Art Museum Utah State University In Logan, Utah
Contact: Steven Rosen, Director/Chief Curator, 435-797-0164, fax: 435-797-3423

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