Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden

The Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden was dedicated in 1999 and celebrates the City's past. It is located at the southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Blvd.

"Fern Lantern" by Michael Davis

Inspired by hot springs plant life.

"Lily Pond Lantern" by Michael Davis

"Lily Pond Lantern" by Michael Davis

Inspired by the City's water history.

"Ripple Lantern" by Michael Davis

"Ripple Lantern" by Michael Davis

Inspired by the City's water history.

"Fossil Fountain" by Michael Davis

"Fossil Fountain" by Michael Davis

Inspired by the oil boom.

"Snake Basket Fountain" by Michael Davis

Inspired by Tongva basket art.

"Band Wheel" by Michael Davis "Steel Man" by Michael Davis

"Steel Man and Band Wheel" by Michael Davis

Inspired by the oil boom.

"Wicker parlor" by Michael Davis

"Wicker Parlor" by Michael Davis

Inspired by photograph c. 1890.

"Pond Life" by Joe Sam

"Pond Life" by Joe Sam

Inspired by hot springs fauna (seven pieces in a pond).

"Totem" by Michael Amescua

"Totem" by Michael Amescua

Inspired by the original fauna of the area.

"Oasis" by Michael Amescua

"Oasis" by Michael Amescua

A tribute to the lost wildlife of the area.

"Vine" by Michael Amescua

"Vine" by Michael Amescua

A bridge railing inspired by local Victorian architecture.

"The Oilfield Workers" by Carlos Terres

"The Oilfield Workers" by Carlos Terres

Inspired by the oil boom.

"Four Corners Photographs" by Wayne Healy

"The Four Corners Photographs" by Wayne Healy

34 historic photos of the Telegraph Road/Norwalk Blvd. intersection.