Freedom Through Safety in Parker, Colorado
This 20-foot tall monument is comprised of a bronze eagle flying through a Mobius circle held aloft by two stainless steel pillars and anchored in a granite base. With the base encircled with handprints of people from the community where the sculpture is placed, ”Freedom through Safety” represents community support for the ideals of freedom and safety.
Adam Schultz was commissioned to produce an innovative public art sculpture for Parker Colorado's new Police Station. The powerful sculpture features a life-sized bronze eagle in flight, held aloft 14' in the air on two vertical stainless steel pillars. One pillar represents safety and the other symbolizes strength.
We are looking forward to the possibility of working with your team to create a powerful ‘art experience’ that will help enhance the architecture, elevate the community, and become something beautiful, educational, and meaningful for you.