El Presidio Fountain
A cast concrete and glass tesserae fountain created by Charles Clement focuses on the idea of water conservation in the city of Tucson through abstracted motifs.
Art Form: Sculpture
Collection(s): City of Tucson
Funding: Pima County
Artist(s): Charles Clement
A collaborative work between artist Charles Clement and architect Michael Lugo, the El Presidio Fountain is constructed of cast concrete and glass tesserae. The heavily abstracted, ornamental designs adorning the fountain reference the subject matter of water preservation in the city of Tucson.
Dimensions: 42' x 60' x 25'h
Address: El Presidio Park, 165 W. Alameda St. (Fountain in El Presidio Park, 165 W. Alameda St.)