Lookout Mountain Park, Phoenix, Arizona, 1990
City of Phoenix public art project consisting of 10 earth, boulder and vegetation sculptures integrated into an artist-designed one-mile desert trail.
Trail was created by raking stones of the desert pavement to form its border and to expose the underlying earth. The trail becomes a mile-long sculptural line etched into desert surface.
CORNERSTONE, (top) nine stones set in a diamond-shaped grid, the tallest stone, five feet tall, at one corner.
FORMATION, (left) square of boulders inlaid into grass mound in the center of a grassy area.
EARTH MAZE, (center) diameter 65 feet: three concentric earth and stone rings with boulder at its center. Trail winds through the rings exiting on the far side.
MOUNTAIN MARKER, (right) 8-foot granite spire erected near trail’s apex where another trail heads up Lookout Mountain.