A portrait of a wild flower hangs near a set of exam rooms and the vision-testing station in the new Peak Vista Family Health Center at Mitchell High School. A first-of-its-kind partnership between the health care provider and Colorado Springs School District 11 means Peak
“Artist,” a mural of a multi-talented octopus, celebrates the many facets of art made in Colorado Springs. The work by Knobhill Urban Arts District-affiliated creative Mario Sanchez, is painted on the west wall of Platte Furniture, 2331 E. Platte Place. [Express photo/Regan Foster] The Express
Deeno the Dinosaur stands guard in a sun-dappled grassy knoll at the Market at Spring Creek. The wayward brontosaurus was stolen over the summer from its home at the shopping center, located on the corner of Circle Drive and Monterey Road. It was returned more
A mural celebrating the late Fannie Mae Duncan welcomes guests to the Knobhill Urban Arts District. The one-story painting was unveiled July 5 on Peak Furniture Sales and rentals. It faces Platte Avenue. The Express aims to highlight public art and unique spaces found
The Express aims to highlight public art and unique spaces found in Southeast.
The RISE Coalition trailer offers a cheery promise of community and spring following an early March snowstorm. The trailer often can be spotted at coalition events throughout Southeast; however, when it is not in use, it greets guests to Solid Rock Christian Center. [Express photo/Regan
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