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Site # 3: Located in Nickajack
I-24 west (Alabama line)

Caterpillar Garden, 1986
marble, granite

Caterpillars representing the ageless cycles of nature are carved from native Tennessee marble, one of the oldest materials in the world.
Additional funding for this piece was provided by Service Merchandise Company, Inc.

Artist: William Ralston


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Please Click the numbers on the map above or on a link below to see the numbered site's art exhibit


Site # 1 Citizens by Joe Falsetti

Site # 2 Enviro Garden by Jack Hastings

Site # 3 Caterpillar Garden by William Ralston

Site # 4 Pyradoptics by Tom Wuchina

Site # 5 Portal Grouping by Phillip Vanderweg

Site # 6 Totem by Lanie Gannon

Site # 7 Space Receptor by Philip Nichols

Site # 8 The Long Distance Driver by Dennis Peacock

Site # 9 The One That Got Away by Sherri Warner Hunter

Site # 10 The Man in the Wind and the West Moon by Al Keim

Site #11 Good Morning by Greely Myatt