​​​​​​​​​Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport

Homage to Hohokam​​

 

 

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ARTIST:   Bob Haozous
DATE:   1990
LOCATION:   PSHIA 24th St. W. of Buckeye Rd.
TYPE:   Streetscape
MATERIALS:   Steel
BUDGET:   $125,000
DISTRICT:   8
ZIP CODE:   ​85034​


​The artist has designed a series of 5 steel sculptures mounted along 24th Street, near the entrance to the Park and Ride Shuttle Lot at Sky Harbor International Airport.  Each sculpture depicts a different Native American animal symbol against a field of airplanes.  Four of the sculptures measure 8' x 8', while the largest measures 8' x 10'.  All sculptures were cut from 1" steel and are mounted in the landscaped right-of-way, on 6' steel posts. ​