I created these sculptures as the commemorative installation of Santa Fe’s 400th Anniversary. They are set at Ragle Park, a community park that is used by local residents.The tall couple (7′ x 2.5′ x 2′) represents early settlers to Santa Fe. The potter (4.5′ x 4′ x 3.5′) represents Native people. The solitary woman (5′ x 5′ x 3′) represents the birth of Santa Fe and the matriarch – looking toward the childrenz (4′ x 9′ x 3.5′) who represent the future. In the middle of this installation is a 4ft diameter bench with the400th Anniversary inscription. The entire plaza is 30ft in diameter. All sculptures are made of Dolomitic Limestone quarried in Canada.
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