WW : Cherry Field Portraits

WW : Cherry Field Portraits

From an Army Corps of Engineer Tucson Neighborhood Informational Sheet, July 31, 2008:

Construction of the floodwall off of 15th Street, east of Cherry Avenue is complete except the earthwork associated with Culvert #4 and paving of the bicycle/pedestrian pathway over the culvert. The wall will ultimately hold the public art that Chris Rush has developed in the form of portraits of individuals living in the Miles and Barrio San Antonio neighborhoods. Chris is schedule to install his art work in September 2008.



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13 Replies to “WW : Cherry Field Portraits”

    1. I think so too. I wonder how he got the images to last so long in Arizona sunlight — they’ve been up for years.

    1. Glad you liked the post. I love seeing art in public (no rules against cameras!, lol)

      Thanks for popping by.

    1. Glad you liked the portraits — I do too. I love public art.

      Hope you’re hving a great weekend

    1. Thanks for popping by and the lovely comment! I think the portraits were pretty cool too. I was pretty surprised to see them because it’s not the usual sort of public art.

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