rendering shows how Dewitt Godfrey’s sculpture will look in its planned riverside location at Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park. The the Loveland Visual Arts Commission chose his piece for a new public art piece to honor and continue the spirit of memorials that washed away at the park during the 2013 flood. Courtesy of Dewitt Godfrey

Popular Park Recovering From The Flood

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When the 2013 flood tore through the Viestenz-Smith Mountain Park in the Thompson Canyon west of Loveland, it destroyed more than 50 memorials located within the park.

But upstate New York sculptor DeWitt Godfrey told the city's public art commission at its Feb. 7 meeting that he wants to create a public art piece that will honor and continue the spirit of those memorials by “providing a place of memory and contemplation.”

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