Lenka Konopasek
McClelland Trail Sculptures, 2016 Painted Steel

Each of the four abstract sculptures found on the McClelland Trail have gear-like qualities referencing the early engineering and rudimentary tools used to create the original canal. Water has been flowing through the Jordan and Salt Lake City Canal for over 100 years, reaching various pockets of Salt Lake City.

This public art project was funded through Salt Lake City’s Public Art Program. Special thanks to the Salt Lake Art Design Board, the Salt Lake City Arts Council, Salt Lake City Corporation, Parks and Public Lands, and members of the Review Committee for their assistance with this project.

Location
McClelland Trail 1200 East (Bryan Avenue) 1600 South - 1050 East 1200 South District 5

Artwork featured in header: Through the Safety Lens by Alexander Tylevich