Posted: Apr 10, 2014 04:37 PM MDT
Updated: May 12, 2016 07:51 AM MDT
Jen Bardsley produced this bright helmet. Jen's work is always a reflection of her love of art, her passion for cycling and her effervescent personality.
The wonderful thing about giving artists free reign to create their art is that we could never begin to imagine the amazing creativity we will encounter. Case in point. Jeff Pernell brought in this amazing helmet today. To see more of Jeff's work visit http://gunpowderart.com/.
Local artisan Troy Kindred just dropped off his creation for The Helmet Project 2014. We always look forward to seeing what our local artists come up with. So far it's shaping up to be another great event.
David Wilson created another masterful piece of work this year. His ability to turn his vision into art always amazes me. David is always one to surpass expectations.
Here is a gift from Josh Quick for the Helmet Project. Thanks for playing Josh.
Beautiful, colorful and whimsical. Courtney Blazon has produced another wonderful piece of art.
Buck Miller just brought in his helmet. This helmet is one to get up close and personal with. The helmet is striking but it is the fine detail that is mind blowing.
Art work etched onto a helmet by Dan Swehla. The detail is remarkable and gives the appearance of being three dimensional. There is far more happening in this piece of work than can be captured by a camera.