This project was made possible through the Salt Lake City Arts Council’s Public Art Program, with support from the Redevelopment Agency of Salt Lake City and the Salt Lake Art Design Board.
“The steep streets of the Marmalade District were all originally named after fruit-bearing trees that were grown by the first residents of the neighborhood. The fruit of the trees was made into marmalade and sold at the bottom of the hill.” -Day Christensen
Day Emil Christensen is a sculptor and mixed media artist. He has been commissioned for numerous public art works in Utah. He graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA in Art and Design and a Master in Landscape Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design. In 2008, Christensen was awarded a grant from the Utah Arts Council as part of the Individual Artists Services Grants program. He currently resides in Highland, Utah.
(Official Photographs Forthcoming)