Panoramic Living Mural- Living Wall at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre from Museum of Outdoor Arts on Vimeo. This is a short documentary piece on the living wall at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre in Greenwood Village, CO. The wall was designed by Rana Creek Designs and commissioned by the Museum of Outdoor Arts. The film is by Stephen Hume.
Panoramic Living MuralDesigner: Rana Creek Designs
Materials: Steel and Living Plants
Location: Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, Greenwood Village, CO
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About Panoramic Living Mural
In the largest outdoor amphitheatre in the Denver metropolitan area, four large living walls create a stunning visual backdrop along the perimeter sound wall to enhance the concert goers experience.
The living mural reflects the Museum of Outdoor Art’s passion for site-specific sculpture. An annual design pattern is achieved through a diverse assemblage of native plants composed in a highly specialized, artful composition utilizing leaf texture, blossom color and seasonal dynamics. These native Colorado plants offer habitat for butterflies and other pollinators.
Every May, the Museum assembles a team of 12-15 people to hand plant the nearly 35,000 plants in a coded system to achieve a unique design. The wall thrives in the summer and fall months to add a beautiful living component to this culturally rich space, while framing the concert goer’s views of the sunset and the Rocky Mountains beyond.
Visit the website of Rana Creek Designs to learn more about their projects.