The popular and controversial troll sculpture from Breckenridge’s arts festival will be reconstructed on a new site away from neighborhoods.
The mountain resort town thanked troll enthusiasts for their passion and patience.
Update: The town said they are "in communication with the artist in terms of safely de-installing and storing the artwork with the possibility of a reinstall at a new location."
The pair of 45-foot, mosaic-covered spires—called “Gateway to the Southwest”—will flank the Dillon Drive bridge.
Danish artist Thomas Dambo is known for his troll sculptures and this is the first troll he’s installed in the western part of the U.S.
Things are constantly happening to public art: something gets tagged with graffiti, hit by a car or a lightbulb burns out.
Boulder’s latest work in its experimental public art series comes from New York City artist Mary Mattingly.