Art in Parks

parque los arroyos

'Woven Bonds We've Grown Upon" Jessica Gonzales

"Woven Bonds We've Grown Upon"

Artist: Jessica Gonzales

Completed January 2021

Interactive puzzle mural exploring land, agriculture, indigenous peoples, and our connection to history

Painted recycled metal street signs

"Woven Bonds We've Grown Upon" Jessica Gonzales

quail creek veterans - Municipal

"Wind Rhythm" Wagon Burner Arts
"Wind Rhythm" Wagon Burner Arts

"Wind Rhythm"

Artist: Wagon Burner Arts (Sawaki, Ricky Bush, Carlos Valencia, Maira Escalante)

Completed November 2020

Colorful animals and flowers native to the lands of the Pascua Yaqui and Tohono O'odham tribes and Sahaurita

Painted stucco

horned lizard wider shot

"Laura’s Horny Toad"

Artist: Isaac Caruso

Completed April 2020

Desert Horned Lizard (horny toad) and Saguaro Flowers

Painted metal

Flower straight on with fence Jose Ignacio Garcia

"Saguaro Blooms"

Artist: Ignacio Garcia

Completed November 2019

Taking inspiration from Sahuarita’s namesake (roughly translating to "little Saguaro"), features eye-catching, realistic looking Saguaro flowers in large format

Painted metal

wrightson ridge 

Te-Gila Sunrise-Alex Jimenez front
Te-Gila Sunrise- Alex Jimenez back

"Te-Gila Sunrise"

Artist: Alexandra (Alex) Jimenez

Completed May 2020

Gila Monster in two different styles and sunset colors observed on the Santa Rita Mountains

Painted metal

anza trail

Colibri (Hummingbird) front Ignacio Garcia
Colibri (Hummingbird) back Ignacio Garcia

"Colibri"

Artist: Ignacio Garcia

Completed May 2020

Colorful Hummingbird and Peacock Flowers

Painted metal

north santa cruz

"Chiricahua Leopard From Life Cycle in the Sonoran Wetlands" Alexandra Jimenez
"Chiricahua Leopard From Life Cycle in the Sonoran Wetlands" Alexandra Jimenez
"Chiricahua Leopard From Life Cycle in the Sonoran Wetlands" Alexandra Jimenez
"Chiricahua Leopard From Life Cycle in the Sonoran Wetlands" Alexandra Jimenez

"Chiricahua Leopard Frog Life Cycle in the Sonoran Wetlands"

Artist: Alexandra Jimenez

Completed December 2020

360 degree wraparound mural depicting the life cycle of the Chiricahua Leopard Frog

Painted stucco

"Desert Wonderland" Victor Navarro
Full Cactus Mural-lighter

"Desert Wonderland"

Artist: Victor Navarro

Completed November 2020

Dreamlike desert wildlife and landscape seen near Sahuarita in southwestern colors

Painted metal

"Life, Land and Ecology"

Artist: Ghazal Ghazi

Completed October 2019

A prickly pear plant; the blue background represents sky, water, and the relationship of desert plants to water

Painted metal

Sahuarita Lake

The birds of Sahuraita (Seat Wall) Alonzo Delgadillo

"The Birds of Sahuarita"

Artist: Alonso Delgadillo

Completed May 2020

Migratory birds in an abstract style and colors observed around Sahuarita Lake Park

Painted stucco with concrete cap

Sahuarita Treasures (turtle) Alejandra Trujillo

"Sahuarita Treasures"

Artist: Alejandra Trujillo 

Completed May 2020

Sahuarita Selfie Spot with Monarch Butterflies, Desert Tortoise, Pecan Grove, and Quail Family

Painted metal

Anamax

"Sonoran Sunset" Wagon Burner Arts
"Lunar Moth Selfie Wall" Wagon Burner Arts

"Sonoran Sunset"

Artist: Wagon Burner Arts (Sawaki, Ricky Bush, Carlos Valencia, Maira Escalante)

Completed October 2020

Mandala influenced design surrounding a bright Sonoran sunset

Painted cinder block

"Lunar Moth Selfie Wall"

Artist: Wagon Burner Arts (Sawaki, Ricky Bush, Carlos Valencia, Maira Escalante)

Completed October 2020

Interactive selfie wall with lunar moth and wild cacti flowers

Painted cinder block

"The Land Rests" Wagon Burner Arts
"The Messenger" Wagon Burner Arts

"The Land Rests"

Artist: Wagon Burner Arts (Sawaki, Ricky Bush, Carlos Valencia, Maira Escalante)

Completed October 2020

Dark sky inspired mural depicting the phases of the moon

Painted cinder block

"The Messenger"

Artist: Wagon Burner Arts (Sawaki, Ricky Bush, Carlos Valencia, Maira Escalante)

Completed October 2020

Hummingbirds (Semalulukut) are considered special messengers to the Yaqui people

Painted cinder block

"Sam and Sara Page 22" Isaac Caruso

"Sam and Sara Page 22"

Artist: Isaac Caruso

Completed November 2020

One page of a whimsical 43 page children's book illustrated entirely with street art. Murals depicting all of the book's illustrations are located throughout Arizona

Painted wood paneling

Galaxies

Cosmos

Whipple Observatory

Cosmos with Blackhole

"Sahuarita and Astronomy"

Artist: Wesley Fawcett Creigh

Completed November 2019

Galaxies, the Whipple Observatory, and starry cosmos background

Painted metal

Full Mural Park in Background

"Sahuarita Pecans"

Artist: Wesley Fawcett Creigh

Completed November 2019

A pecan orchard and pecans in trees

Painted metal

The Cosmos

Full Mural-girl from left side

Community

Vegetable Mural

"The Cosmos and Community"

Artist: Ghazal Ghazi

Completed October 2019

Depicts a woman that is radiant, exuding vibrant colors in celebration of Sahuarita’s diverse and changing community; her hair and clothes are full of leaves and flowers from the local ecosystem and behind her starry cosmos represents the importance of astronomy in local activity. The reverse (west) side includes key agricultural foods produced in Sahuarita.

Painted metal