The Art Advocacy Project 2D — Call for Entry Now Open!!

The Art Advocacy Project 2019 showcases two-dimensional artwork in the Loveland Public Library’s central galleria.  TAAP 2D is a one-year on-loan program designed to promote regional artists through the public display of their artworks, and provides a means for artwork sales.   The art selections for TAAP 2D rotate in February of each year.  Application for the 2020 TAAP 2D Project  The deadline for submission is January 14, 2020 at 5pm.  All applications must be received a the Loveland Museum by that deadline.

Four for Tea (detail), Diane DeVries
Mixed Media Collage
36” x 12” (framed 38” x 13.75”)

Mockingbird, Diane DeVries
Mixed Media Collage
11.5” x 11.5” (15.75” x 15.75” framed)

I Feel Pretty, Jim Digby
22” x 15”

El Gaucho, Julie Patton
20” x 24”

Light in the Valley, Molly Freeman
Up cycled house paint on canvas
24” x 36”

Sand Dunes, Sandra Gisonti
12” x 24”

The Art Advocacy Project 3D (Sculpture)

The Art Advocacy Project was developed in 2008 as a means to showcase sculptors and beautify downtown Loveland.  Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of this project, we are currently in the process of installing the seven new sculpture in downtown!  All sculptures will be on-loan from June 2019-June 2020.  Artwork is available for purchase by contacting Suzanne Janssen, Public Art Manager, (970) 962-2495.
Look for the 2020-2021 TAAP 3D applications to be available in December 2019 through CAFE ( The deadline for submission will be in late January 2020.

Painted Steel, 12’ x 5’ x 4’
Luke Achterberg, Chicago, IL
Corner of 4th Street &  Railroad Ave

Fiberglass on Aluminum, 64” x 36” x 45”
Reno Carollo, Aurora, CO
SE Corner of 4th Street & Jefferson
Bronze, 8’ x 5’ x 4’
Kendra Fleischman, Loveland, CO
Fourth Street, bet. Cleveland & Lincoln Avenues
Steel, 72” x 36” x 48”
Linda Johnson, Santa Fe, NM
Fourth Street, bet. Railroad & Garfield Avenues
Girl Hawk
Steel, 6’ x 2’ x 2’
Joe Norman, Loveland, CO
Corner of 4th Street & Washington Ave
Limestone, 72” x 24” x 16”
Jade Windell, Loveland, CO
Fourth Street, bet. N Railroad Ave & Fourth Street
Walking a Tight Line
Hand Forged Steel and Glass, 106” x 74” x 43”
Jodie Bliss, Monument, CO
Fourth Street, bet. Railroad & Garfield Avenues