St. Vrain Greenway, Longmont, Colorado
A red granite wall 4 x 18 feet is inset in a sandstone circle 24 feet in diameter with prairie grasses. People walk into an area below ground level to see carvings of underground prairie life - various roots up to 4 feet deep and six animals, a rattlesnake, prairie dog, mouse, burrowing owl, rabbit and kit fox. Some of the wildlife no longer exists in the area so it is part memorial in granite. It is one of six artworks by the artist commissioned by the Longmont Art in Public Places Program along the St. Vrain River Greenway path. 1996.