Salt River Art Trail

Explore the Salt River Art Trail and feel the strength and resiliency of the Pima and Maricopa through the eyes of Community member artists like Jeffrey Fulwilder, Anthony Collins and Jacob Butler.

While visiting the Salt River Indian Community this spring, detour to see some of the art located throughout the Talking Stick Entertainment District.

 

  1. Pima Center I Loop 101 & Via de Ventura

Basket Dancers by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Four female figures balancing baskets honoring the women who keep the traditional dances alive.
Flute Players by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Towering male figures etched with meaningful symbols that represent culture, nature and our people.
Gourd Men by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Five traditional singers with long, flowing hair representing a stylized version of Pima warriors.

2. Rancho Solano School I 9180 E Via de Ventura

The Horse Called Creation by Jeffrey Fulwilder
A life sized mustang horse full of petroglyph designs symbolizing stories in many ways.

3. Arizona Boardwalk at Talking Stick I 9500 E Via de Ventura

Various art pieces featuring Jacob Butler

4. Salt River Fields at Talking Stick I 7555 N Pima Rd

Water Birds by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Three long-legged birds sitting in a stream to memorialize Colorado Rockies President Keli McGregor.

5. Roadhouse Cinemas I 9090 E Talking Stick Way

Fire Keepers by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Four figures circled around the fire, representing the four directions, the Earth and the role of Fire Keepers.

6. Discover Salt River Visitor Center I 9120 E Talking Stick Way

Various art pieces along with Gifts of a River by Dwayne Manuel.

7. Talking Stick Resort I 9800 E Talking Stick Way

Traditional art throughout property and located in the Cultural Center

8. Residence Inn by Marriott I 5351 N Pima Rd

Various art pieces along with photography done by Anthony Collins.

9. Courtyard by Marriott I 5201 N Pima Rd

Various art pieces along with photography done by Anthony Collins.

10. Huhugam Ki Museum I 10005 E Osborn Rd

Traditional art can be found throughout the property.

11. Two Waters I 10005 E Osborn Rd

Pima Baskets by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Four traditional Huhukam design baskets
Wall Light Sconces by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Interpretation of water, gourd and coyote track designs.
Waiting for the Fruit to Ripen by Jeffrey Fulwilder
Sonoran desert sculpture features ocotillo, prickly pear and ancient pots.

12. Casino Arizona I 524 N 92nd St

Traditional art can be found throughout the property.