Chabot's 10' x 14' mural is part of a series of artist murals created for Terminal Four. She drew upon the rich natural and human history of the area around the airport by including geometric shapes from Hohokam pottery and in rock art. Some of these shapes and images can be seen at Pueblo Grande Museum, just east of the 44th Street PHX Sky Train Station. Chabot's mural also includes fossil images from plants, insects and cellular shapes.
The artist worked with fourth- and sixth-grade students at Wilson Elementary School, near Sky Harbor Airport, to create images for the mural's molded and inlaid ceramic tiles. The highly-textured tile surfaces mimic slices of earth uncovered during archaeological digs.