The San Diego Union-Tribune: New Sculptures Unveiled at Chollas Creek Park
New public art sculptures have been added to Chollas Creek Park in San Diego that offer nods to the neighborhood’s waterways, plants and insects. “Chollas Realm,” lacy archways by artist Roman de Salvo, mirror a map of the local watershed, while “Visualize Biodiversity,” by Deedee Morrison, is shaped like a barrel cactus and features laser cut-outs of bees, beetles, wasps, butterflies, and moths.
“We are excited to showcase the ways art and nature can combine and represent the San Diego region,” said Reginald Jones, president and CEO of the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation.
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