The town council ordered the sculpture to be removed earlier this week, but left the door open for Isak's relocation.
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.
Its real name is “Articulated Wall” and the artist who dreamed it up is Herbert Bayer.
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.
It’s been hard to ignore “National Velvet” since it was installed in 2008.
“Ascentiate” is a sculpture of 83 large metal birds dedicated to both the victims and the survivors.