These 3 sculptures, dedicated to supporters of the arts community, grace the gardens in front of The Colony City Hall. Installed in February, 2009, these sculptures are brightly lit at night by L.E.D. strips.
Kaleidoscapes Sculptures - Public Art Project
Adding variety to the Kaleidoscape family, a mosaic series constructed of concrete and glass is proposed.
This piece is titled Mobius Flame.
Each sculpture is constructed by community groups and individuals, creating a one-of-a-kind work of art
Like jagged shards of colored glass,
Together we can take the shards,
Piece them together to create
Beauty, harmony, hope,
No one stands alone!
Every individual is a part of the whole.
The Kaleidoscape project symbolizes the fabric of our community, with all of our diversity, uniting to create a beautiful space to live and play.
Each panel is uniquely constructed by members of the community working together for the enjoyment of all.
Kaleidoscapes Public Art Project is a joint project with
Gold Level Sponsor: Timothy D. Martin and Christi Martin
Lakeside Arts Foundation constructed the Kaleidoscapes in the fall of 2008 with the participation of community groups and individuals. They were installed in front of City Hall in February of 2009. The Kaleidoscape project symbolizes the fabric of our community, with all of our diversity, uniting to create a beautiful space to live and play.
The unique concept of the community being involved in the creation of the art builds a stronger community by promoting a sense of pride and ownership by the citizens.
Produced by Lakeside Arts Foundation
Designed by Denise Feeney
Project Management by Christi Martin
Glass by Stained Glass Unlimited
Architectural Plans by R-Delta Engineering
Masonry by Omega Masonry
Bronze Plaques by AB Foundry
Welded frames by Applied Welding
Electrical/Lighting by Caddell Electric
Project Assistants: Robert Gill, Grady Firman, Beth Harty and Mike Michaud
Jointly funded by City of The Colony Community Development Corporation
Community Development Corporation Liaison, Pam Nelson