"Park Pictures" by Taylor Gutermute relocated to South Natomas Park in Sacramento
Taylor Gutermute received an Art in Public Places Grant from the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission to create this eight-piece metal sculpture. The pieces vary in size from 4’ x 3’, 3 x 3” and 3’ x 4’. In April 2020 they were installed in the South Natomas Community Park on Truxel Road in Sacramento. Visitors who frequent the community center, library, rose garden, pre-school and playground may now also enjoy a walk around the central area to discover the pieces nestled in the park’s landscaping.
The sculptures were originally installed in 2016 on West El Camino but were re-located in 2020 after the new Fire Station 15 building was built in that location. Each piece represents an aspect of the natural environment of the park. The artist worked with community members and Council Member Jeff Harris’ office to determine the best re-location for the sculptures at the South Natomas Community Center and Library.