Public Art Programs

WPAA - Ute Pass Cultural Center MURAL PROJECT - COMPLETE

in June, 2015, local artist Lois Sprague embarked on a creative journey to paint a “larger than life” sized mural on the exterior east wall of the Ute Pass Cultural Center. The 148' mural depicted life in the Ute Pass Region, beginning with the Ute Indians in the 1800s, and spanned through the economic boom of the 1950’s. Completed in September, 2015, the formal dedication was held in October of that year.  After remarks by honored guests, Mayor Neil Levy and City Manger, David Buttery, the mural received a Native American blessing by Roland McCook, Ute Heritage Leader whose face also appears on the first panel of the mural.  

Woodland Park Arts Alliance would like to thank all our sponsors and partners: Woodland Park Historical Preservation Committee; City of Woodland Park Staff; Woodland Park City Council; Ute Pass Cultural Center Staff; Woodland Park Chambe of Commerce; Woodland Park Downtown Development Authority; Woodland Park Main Street Program; State of Colorado, DOLA; Colorado Canyon Signs; Excel Serve Plus; Rampart Range Library District; Teller NetCast; CR Chambers Photography; Chris Orton; Cutlrual Offices of the Pikes Peak Region (CoPPeR); and the Woodland Park Arts Alliance Board of Directors.

In paraticular, THANK YOU to all the individual and businesses who made siginificant private contributions.  Your help and support made our historical mural a beautiful seccess.  WPAA is most grateful!


Antler Archway Replacement Project - Phase 1

This project is complete.



Currently in progress.  See Home Page for update.


Art Bench Project (ongoing)

The Woodland Park Arts Alliance provides several painted benches, located in public right-of-ways where local residents and visitors to Woodland Park can rest and enjoy our great views of the Pikes Peak region.

We extend a special THANK YOU to the City of Woodland Park for taking responsibility for placement and maintaining the art benches throughout the year!

In the near future, WPAA will be looking to continue this Public Art Project and expand the already public art benches located throughout downtown and local businesses.  

If you would like to sponsor a bench, or just provide funds to help with the Public Art Project, please donate on this website or contact us.

WPAA Public Art Projects Sponsors
Original Project

Columbine PTO
Double M Concrete
CC&V Gold Mine
Pikes Peak Community Foundation
Paul & Gretchen Darlington
Seven Arrows Gallery
Studio West Aveda
Status Symbol Auto Body
Peak Internet
Peoples Bank
Rick & Ruth Chulick
Cowbells & Deersnake Gallery
Kristyn Cline Framers Insurance
Dr. Chung
O’Keefe Ceramics
John & Judy Walsh
Toby Wells & Deb Nichols
Shad’s Auto Body

WPAA Public Art Projects Artists
Michael Gault
Dale Pittock
Patricia Carroll
Anna Dale
Pegi Ballenger
Nancy Jeffrson
Gateway Elementary School
Columbine Elementary School
Colorado Springs Christian School
Woodland Park High School
Kristy Simons
Karen Doyle
Diane Mcmicken
Lois Sprague
Debbie Upton
Rita Cirillo
Elder Wose
Laurie Spencer
Dennis Woods
Rebekah Moody
Ben Caperton & Bruce Vanderpool
Ramona Macy
Melanie Havnaer

Midland Pavilion (ongoing)

The Woodland Park Arts Alliance would like to help fund the installation of a wireless LED, mobile lighting system in the Midland Pavilion. This new technology can serve a dual purpose — when not in use in the Pavilion, it can be used in the Ute Pass Cultural Center to greatly enhance the many performances at this inside venue.

If an individual or business wishes to cover the cost of the entire system, we would be most happy to “name” the lighting system after that individual or business.

Formal bid to complete: $23,750.00