Public Art
Artworks: Mosaic
Artist: Mike Mandel
Material: Porcelain and Mosaic Tiles

Glory Road, by artist Mike Mandel, is composed of two 15' 9" x 18' 3" mosaic murals custom designed for the newly constructed Sun Metro Glory Road Transit Terminal. In recognition of a historical moment in NCAA College Basketball, the public art piece commemorates Coach Don Haskins and the all-African-American line-up in the title championship game of 1966.

Uploaded on 07.14.2014 by El Paso Museum of History

Westside / Mesa Hills, (2010 - 2019), Art

  • Mesa Hills
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