Tucson Totems

Brightly colored and whimsical symbols made of steel represent community qualities important to the Helen Keeling Neighborhood.

Artist(s): Rachel Slick

Rachel Slick, Tucson Totems, 2009.

A series of hand-cut, painted steel symbols by artist Rachel Slick come together to form a series of whimsical poles in the roadway. The symbols are inspired by desert flora and fauna and by the activities of community members such as walking, biking, and jogging, creating beautiful gardens, and nurturing children, plants and animals.
Address: Glenn St., west of N Los Altos

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