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Art at the Park

'One Flock' Sculpture 



Near the base of the pedestrian bridge you’ll come across the 'One Flock' sculpture made by Scottish artist, Rob Mulholland.


The mirrored reflection on the human sillouttes encourages us to think about our symbiotic relationship with nature.







Righting the Balance,” steel sculpture by Peruvian artist Peruko Ccopacatty, donated for park entry circle by nearby Peck Iron and Metal, where the sculptor created the piece from recycled scrap.


Righting Balance Sculpture


Welcoming  you to the park, you’ll see the Righting Balance sculpture. Made by Peruvian artista, Peruko Ccopacatty.


Made from recycled scrap metal at nearby Peck Iron and Metal, the sculpture symbolizes the 40 acre park as a symbol of efforts to restore the balance between a thriving industrial harbor and the health of the river that sustains it.







   Native Species Frames


  Local Artist John Joyce, has created different frames of native species around the park. 


How many different frames can you find?