Dog Bark Park unveils new Art – giant Salmon Sculpture
Dennis J. Sullivan recently completed installation at Dog Bark Park of a Pacific Salmon sculpture entitled Returning.
Fabricated of steel, the 13-foot sculpture pays larger-than-life homage to the majestic salmon common to Idaho's Clearwater, Salmon & Snake River drainages of the Columbia River.  An interpretive panel at the outdoor site details the anadromous salmon’s incredible life-cycle.  
The sculpture depicts a Chinook salmon in its spawning phase; “A wonderful fish profile to apply my artistic interpretation in an aesthetically balanced and dramatic presentation,” says Sullivan, also noting that over a few seasons his sculpture, “not entirely unlike the salmon it represents, will undergo a transformation in appearance.  The sculpture will slowly acquire a rusty brown patina.” 
The public is welcome to view the artwork during daylight hours.  Dog Bark Park is located on Business Highway 95 at Cottonwood.
The Salmon sculpture.
The sculpture information plaque.


Cottonwood, Idaho 83522


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