Nate Srok, William Littig
Utah Animals, Birds, and Dinosaurs, 2016 Steel

Using “new growth” as their theme, the artist team of Nate Srok and William R. Littig, used contemporary natural wildlife and dinosaurs native to Utah as their inspiration to integrate artwork into Salt Lake City’s Redwood Meadows Park.

This public art project was funded through a Community Development Block Grant. Special thanks to the Salt lake Art Design Board, the Salt Lake City Council, Salt Lake City Corporation, Housing and Neighborhood Development, Parks and Public Lands, Salt Lake City Division of Engineering and members of the Review Committee for their assistance with this project.

Animals: Elk, Moose, Bison, Marmot, Mouse, Deer, Raccoon, Cougar, Bear, Squirrel

Birds: Crow, Swallow, Magpie, Scrub Jay, Pelican, Heron, Woodpecker, Hawk, Vulture, Sparrow, Blackbid, Mallard, Gull, Turkey, Killdeer, Owl, Kestrel, Sage Grouse, Tanager

Dinosaurs: Pterosaur, Nasutoceratops, Allosaurus, Saltasaurus, Stegosaurus, Archaeopteryx, Torosaurus

Location
Redwood Meadows Park 1768 West 400 North, Salt Lake City, UT 84104 District 1

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