Denver Lily is a hand forged welded Steel flower. It was formed using old school techniques such as the english wheel for forming the peddles and flame and hammer. Denver Lily was created to bring the viewer into a “larger than life” view of a commonly known object to inspire and reinforce that anything is possible.
Denver Lily Installation
We arrived to the Denver International Airpot at 10pm, and wrapped up installation at 7am. That’s what we call an Art Bomb!
The Coors Bat is made of over 400 recycled Coors Light cans from Coors Stadium. The piece was commissioned to promote Coors Brewing Company’s recycling initiative. The layout of the cans symbolizes the process of up-cycling. The cans are crushed at the top of the bat to represent the used Coors cans from the stadium. Those cans were re-used or "up-cycled" into an evolution of fine art. The bat is a metaphor for the process of up-cycling. It is demonstrated through the imperfect, wrinkled cans at the top, transitioning to smoother cans in the middle and the precise layout of the can imagery at the bottom of the bat.
Currently exhibited at Roy’s Last Shot, Gilpin County, CO
Previously exhibited at Denver Flea, Denver Colorado
Powder-coated rolled Aluminum and Steel I-Beams
13’ x 4’ x 3’
Willy Fries is made of over 50 steel I-Beams. This piece represents Price’s artistic style of Larger Than Life Realism. This sculpture has quickly become a roadside attraction at Roy’s Last Shot in Gilpin County, along Colorado’s Peak to Peak Highway.
Price is currently working on custom fabrication for a high-end home in Denver’s Five Points Neighborhood. This piece features detailed iron work, hand-blown glass, and custom lighting.
Go Home Bacchus
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Arts, Boulder, Colorado
High Density Foam and Steel Substructure
“Go Home Bacchus” was a commissioned by Artist Dmitrius Obergfell. Dmitrius brought his vision to Price. Through master craftsmanship, and years of engineering experience, Price executed Dmitrius’ vision. This piece was hand sculpted with high density foam, and supported with an engineered steel substructure.
Steel Nuts, Plaster, and Cloth
Stilt Man is made of over 8,000 1” steel nuts, individually welded together. The body was cast with plaster and medical wrap, designed in a way to create a forward movement with the stilts. This piece was created to honor Price Davis’ friend who contracted Polio at the young age of 16 years old.
"Totality" is created from over 4,000 lava rocks sources from Colorado. This piece is inspired by the Solar Eclipse 2017, and the connection humankind felt to the universe.
This piece is on the final stage of production, and is available for commission. The future home of this piece should be in a space where viewers both young and old can appreciate the delicate complexity and wonder.
Steel and Wood
Price created an artistic pergola sculpture for the backyard of a bar in Denver called Matchbox. The purpose of the pergola is to create a gathering space and provide light shade.
Price and Heidi resided in a beautiful warehouse loft in the heart of Denver’s RiNo Arts District. Price spent years customizing the space to become a full-on pop-art playground and studio. Many fun parties and get-togethers were had in that space and neighborhood… along with a ton of incredible art fabrication.
This space will forever be part of their history, and carry nostalgia. History is history - we are grateful to have found a piece of heaven in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado that we can call home; a place where we are constantly inspired by nature, wildlife, and creativity.
Hard work makes dreams come true. Price hand-built his quaint cabin, in the middle of the forrest. Over the duration of 1 year, he hauled building materials up a 1 mile long, steep trail. The cabin is loving named “The Library” - a quiet retreat bordering national forrest.
Price purchased and transformed a run-down 32 unit apartment building in the Highlands neighborhood of Denver. Innumerable hours of hard labor went into the transformation. By the end of the renovation, the tennant quality was stable and flourishing. Price sold the building, which then funded and propelled his art career.