Anza Borrego: Galleta Meadows Sky Art
May 23, 2015 4 Comments
Every time we visit Anza Borrego Desert State Park, California, we always make time to see more of Ricardo Breceda’s metalwork creations at Galleta Meadows. He carefully considers the placement of each statue in the landscape for best effect. New “Sky Art” is constantly being added to the desert plain.
A simple driving tour map is pictured above, and a detailed interactive Google map is at: https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1Eh2KAR81FCa5sgPDCaGwoPcF-8g&hl=en_US&ll=33.255457461934164%2C-116.35907649993896&z=12 Maps are also available around town in Borrego Springs. An interesting article is at http://www.desertusa.com/borrego/bs-art.html
All posts about the sculptures are at: https://naturetime.wordpress.com/?s=galleta
Desert wildflower blooms are usually best during an El nino year because rain comes to the desert. The best desert wildflowers we’ve ever seen was the Palm Springs bloom of 1998.