Artist: Adden J
Materials: Spray paint on wood, Augmented Reality (see info below)
Dimensions: 8′ x 16′
About The Fox Hole Mural
Adden J is a full time muralist, sculptor, and jeweler based in Denver, Colorado. His work can be found around the world, most notably in Europe, Indonesia, and Central America, and he has public works scattered across the US. He is the founder of an internationally recognized jewelry and sculpture brand know as Project Street Gold and has worked with world renowned muralists and graffiti writers to create limited edition series of cast metal sculpture. His mural work honors native wildlife and ecology and his techniques focus on realism and graphic surrealism paired with abstract geometric elements. His work speaks to diverse communities and age groups and he always strives to reflect on and relate the art to the communities and environments he works in. Adden J was the Artist Fellow for the Museum of Outdoor Arts in 2020 and helped curate and facilitate the Mural initiative at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre in 2022.
“The Fox Hole is a mural located at the north entrance of the iconic Fiddler’s Green. This mural features a portrait of the North American Red Fox gazing west over a fruiting cluster of mushrooms towards the Rocky Mountains. Some floral elements adorn the scene including an unfurling rose and chrysanthemum paired with geometric components aimed at representing fire and cycles. Together these elements work to embody the fox spirit while revering the power and potential of spring energy, sun, fire, growth, and rebirth.”