The art work refers to Chico’s history as an agricultural
community by abstractly indicating a plow driver, a plow, and a
team of horses.
Note: The steel rods in the Dwydag post-tensioning system (usually used in the mining industry) which support the basalt columns are under 190,000 pounds of tension.
- Artist: John T. Young
- Date: 2001
- Media: Basalt Rock and Stainless Steel
- Dimensions: 15′ X 75′
- Location: Median at Park Avenue and Meyers Street