The bronze and ceramic paver project was created by Los Angeles artist Roberto Delgado, with the assistance of sculptor Doug Warnock of Pocatello, ID and ceramist Susan Gamble of Tucson, AZ.
Designed to provide a “horizontal gallery” in the sidewalk, approximately thirty of these pavers will replace, in a random pattern, thirty of the two-foot square granite pavers around the corner of Main Street and 200 South by the One Utah Center.
Salt Lake teenagers, with direction from Salt Lake City artist Ed Dolinger, devised the images incorporated into the ceramic tiles, fabricated at the Santa Theresa Tile Works in Tucson. Doug Warnock who teaches at Idaho State University was responsible for the casting and fabrication of the bronze collars. Warnock is also leading the installation team.