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Zarzamora

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by Lauren Faske (Arts)

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"Zarzamora" by San Antonio artist Oscar Alvarado is comprised of three sculptural mosaics placed along the sidewalks of Zarzamora Street. These designs reference the history of the surrounding neighborhood and honor landmarks that were integral to the economic development of the area.  The 3’ X 9’ mosaics are placed in proximity to three selected bus stop benches along Zarzamora Street, providing shading to pedestrians and bus riders, and highlighting the cultural significance of the neighborhood.
"Zarazamora" is a series of three sculptural mosaics highlighting the cultural significance of the neighborhood.  "Zarzamora" references the history of the surrounding area.  "Zarazamora" provides shade for pedestrians and bus riders. 

Accession#: 2013.ALV.1.1-3
Artist First Name: Oscar
Artist Last Name: Alvarado
More About Artist URL: http://www.oscartist.com/
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Type: mosaics (visual works)
Media 1: ceramic tile
Media 2: concrete
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Completion Year: 2013
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Location Name: S. Zarzamora St.
Artwork Address: 3901-3999 S Zarzamora St
Zip Code: 78225
Point X: -98.5340309
Point Y: 29.3623802
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Council District: 5
Map Point Color: Peach




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3901-3999 S Zarzamora St

Additional Directions: S. Zarzamora St.

Zarzamora

Artist: Oscar Alvarado
Category: categoryNeighborhood
Details: mosaics (visual works), ceramic tile, concrete
Date completed: 2013
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"Zarzamora" by San Antonio artist Oscar Alvarado is comprised of three sculptural mosaics placed along the sidewalks of Zarzamora Street. These designs reference the history of the surrounding neighborhood and honor landmarks that were integral to the economic development of the area.  The 3’ X 9’ mosaics are placed in proximity to three selected bus stop benches along Zarzamora Street, providing shading to pedestrians and bus riders, and highlighting the cultural significance of the neighborhood.


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