'Public Art' Category
This page has a small photo and a short summary of each art work. It's ordered from newest entry to oldest.
(We're planning to add a clickable map that shows art in each Tucson neighborhood.)
Here's the list:
Ironwork around a Tucson home on a major street
More about 3645 North Stone »
Meandering plaza/pathway near the Santa Cruz River with monoliths and tilework
More about Sentinel Plaza »
Very small park with a few “springy” chairs and a table
More about Springerville Chair »
Memorial to long-time Tucson mayor Lew Murphy
More about Lewis C. Murphy Sculpture »
Home like an art gallery for the rest of us, with art lining two streets
More about 2350 Elm Street »
Memorial to railroad boss Epes Randolph at west edge of Randolph Park
More about Epes Randolph memorial »
African elephant statue near Reid Park Zoo
More about Loxodonta africana »
Pretty home in an art-filled neighborhood
More about 3910 East La Creciente »
Wild student art project: see it while you can!
More about Cadillac Out Back »
A small garden with cactus and fun sculpture
More about Small garden at 825 South Fremont »
Listings of public art sculpture compiled by Tucson Museum of Art docent Carol Lehrman.
More about Public Art Listings by Carol Lehrman »
Small park with mosaic-covered arches, just west of the Santa Cruz River
More about Santa Cruz River Park - Central Plaza »
Pedestrian bridge shaped like a rattlesnake.
More about Diamondback (Rattlesnake) Bridge »
Cast-concrete sculpture of six classical figures
More about Celebrate the Arts »
Metal and neon scuplture shaped like a giant door.
More about Portal with Door and Waves »
Small plaza with inspiring, informative sculpture and plaques, benches and a fountain.
More about Cancer Survivors Plaza »
Large tile murals with photos of Tucson pedestrians in the past century
More about Windows to The Past, Gateway to The Future »