​​​​​​​​​​Eastlake Memorial

Peace​​​​​

 

 

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ARTIST:   Shannon Owen and Ronald Turner
DATE:   1997
LOCATION:  Eastlake Park, 16th Street and Jefferson Street
TYPE:   Sculpture
MATERIALS:   Exposed aggregate concrete, brushed concrete, Finished & natural bronze, Stainless steel, painted steel
BUDGET:   $224,700
DISTRICT:   8
ZIP CODE:  ​85034


The focal point of Peace is a bronze table-like structure that depicts Eastlake Park in the late 1890s. The stainless steel panels attached to the table feature a decade-by-decade timeline of key events in the history of the park and the local and national struggle for civil rights. The artists worked closely with the Eastlake Park community to develop their concept for the sculpture and site.​