Pantano River Park Trail Art

The Pantano River Park Trail has some really unique Loop art including Batty Biker and The Spoked Cathedral. The design of The Spoked Cathedral is reminiscent of a cathedral window, with a vegetative pattern on the lower section tying into the natural world. The star shape is based on the beautiful Arizona flag. Use our Google Maps to discover these works of art.

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Color Wash Pedestrian Bridge – Tucson Loop Art – 30

  • Artists: Joe O’Connell, Blessing Hancock, Creative Machines
  • Installed: 2017
  • Loop Art Overview: CNC-routed curvilinear panels in two subtle shades of blue appear as a flowing stream of water, adding vivid color to the already-sculptural form of this arched bridge.

Please note that each Tucson Loop work of art has a number that corresponds to our free downloadable PDF.

Postcards of the Past, Present & Future – Tucson Loop Art – 31

  • Artist: Jennifer Furrier
  • Installed: Unknown
  • Loop Art Overview: Students from Desert Christian High School, St. Cyril School and Dodge Middle School came together to create this work.

Please note that each Tucson Loop work of art has a number that corresponds to our free downloadable PDF.

Spoked Cathedral – Tucson Loop Art – 32

  • Artist: Joseph Lupiani
  • Installed: 2015
  • Loop Art Overview: The design is reminiscent of a cathedral window, with a vegetative pattern on the lower section tying into the natural world. The star shape is based on the Arizona flag.

Please note that each Tucson Loop work of art has a number that corresponds to our free downloadable PDF.

Batty Biker – Tucson Loop Art – 33

  • Artist: Stephen Fairfield
  • Installed: 2015
  • Loop Art Overview: This bat on a bike pays tribute not only to the Broadway bridge where bats roost but also to the thousands of cyclists who pedal along The Loop every week.

Please note that each Tucson Loop work of art has a number that corresponds to our free downloadable PDF.

Michael A. Perry Memorial Park Corner Market – Tucson Loop Art – 34

  • Artists: Jason Butler, Hiro Tashima and youth
  • Installed: 2011
  • Loop Art Overview: Realistic – albeit very large – animals and abstract/geometric stacked shapes share space. All of the pieces accomplish their purpose in providing signage and attracting attention to the park.

Please note that each Tucson Loop work of art has a number that corresponds to our free downloadable PDF.

Memorial Tree Park & Children’s Memorial – Tucson Loop Art – 35

  • Artists: Justin Dykstra, Olsson and Associates
  • Installed: 2011
  • Loop Art Overview: The Memorial Tree Park is divided into seven gardens, each with its own map depicting where a memorial tree may be found. The Children’s Memorial is a semi-circle of panels with the “tree of seasons” shown.

Please note that each Tucson Loop work of art has a number that corresponds to our free downloadable PDF.

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