Salt River Sculpture Trail

“I don’t like to call myself and artist. It sounds boastful; it’s just what I do,” said Jeffrey Fulwilder, an enrolled member of the Salt River Indian Community. “I thought drawing was natural for everyone.”

Follow the Salt River Sculpture Trail and feel the strength and power of the ancient Pima and Maricopa culture through Fulwilder’s artwork. Enjoy 10, large scale, steel works by Fulwilder, located throughout the Salt River Community.

  • Two Waters CampusĀ (10,005 E Osborn)-
    Building A- Pima Baskets
    Building B- Waiting for the fruit to ripen
    Courtyard-
  • Pavilions Shopping Center (9120 E Talking Stick Way, at Roadhouse Cinemas)
    Firekeepers
  • Pima Center (Loop 101 and Via de Ventura, driveĀ along Pima Center Parkway to see all sculptures)
    Dancers & Baskets
    Flute Players
    Gourd Men
  • Rancho Solano School (9180 E Via de Ventura)
    The Horse Called Creation
  • Salt River Fields (7555 N Pima Rd)
    WaterBirds
  • Talking Stick Resort (9800 E Talking Stick Way)
    Devil’s Claw