Kinetic Wind Art and Interactive Wall Art

John King creates large, tower mounted, wind powered kinetic artworks as public entertainment for Parks and Commercial areas. He also makes large interactive murals for indoor commercial spaces. His sculptures are on permanent display in the Cities of Lone Tree, Westminster, Aurora, Boulder, Grand Junction, Greeley, and Littleton, Colorado. His work is currently displayed in outdoor art shows in Lafayette, Lyons, and Berthoud, Colorado, as well as Boynton Beach Florida. New work is currently underway for 2 parks in Westminster, and for the Kaiser Permanente medical building at Rock Creek in Lafayette, CO.





80 Vertical Feet of Art in 5 Stories

80 Vertical Feet of Art in 5 Stories

Channel 9 News Report on Kaiser Sculpture (3 minute)

The Seed at Lone Tree

The Leaves

The Leaves
On the main level

The Flower at Lone Tree

The Juggler at Lone Tree

Glimmer at Lone Tree

Chasing Light at the Butterfly Pavilion

The Butterfly Pavilion is a wonderful place!

Everyone knows of the butterfly pavilion and its famous tarantula Rosie and steamy tropical interior. It now has delightful outdoor gardens and a new entry sculpture titled "Chasing Light" a comment on the quest for the light that plants, invertebrates, and humans share

Butterfly Tree in Northglenn

Green Glider

Palm Dancer

Tangerine Glider

Whimsy I

Rising Dancer 2

Magic Beans Video

"Cornerstone Snap Dragon" Video Clip

"Silver Glider" Video Clip

"Soaring Bird 2" Video Clip

Green Snap Dragon 2

Silver Glider

"Green Snap Dragon" video clip

Green Snap Dragon 1

Green Snap Dragon 1
20' Snap Dragon in Central Park, Boulder, CO. across from the Teahouse & BMOCA

Soaring Bird

Dragonfly/Giraffe

"Red Glider"

"Gateway Dancer" Video Clip

The Artist

My Photo
John lives with his wife Sally on the North Saint Vrain River in Lyons, Colorado. They are both artists.

Contact Me

You can email John King at: john1king2@msn.com
Drop me a line


The Red Snap Dragon displayed in a show at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder finds a home at John's studio at the Riverhouse. It plays next to the river and is currently in its second winter.