The Aurora Highlands, 4,000-acre master planned community expands the metro area to the east near DIA. The development consists of more than 12,500 units as well as public art. Renowned contemporary artist and CU Boulder alumna Lisa Solberg's original piece is on display at the residential community's two-mile, 100 acre Hogan Park at Highlands Creek. Her work consists of an eight-pointed star on top of a central boulder. The star points to three, large-scale totems made from concrete and stainless steel, ranging from seven feet to 11 feet tall. There are also etch drawings on the boulders stacked throughout the park. The piece symbolizes an appreciation for existence beyond the material world.