Vegas Eye: Who did these and When?

Turns out this is only one of at least two dozen such installations. Do you know who commissioned them and when?

Art as a fake tree? With real trees in real yards in the background?
Photo by Mark Sedenquist

1- Where is this? (Bonus points if you know the exact location)
2- How many such art installations are there in Las Vegas?
3- Who commissioned them and when was the first one installed?

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3 responses on “Vegas Eye: Who did these and When?

  1. Appears to be some sort of highway art. Based on clues given on a more recent page, presumably on Alaska Avenue N. of 95 W. of Decatur. Property there is owned by Nevada DOT, so I’d suppose they commissioned it – and given that, they’re sure to have put up more than one.

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