Piece was installed on Sept. 30, 2009. The sculptures were originally wood and known as "Trout Tree." They were carved by artists David Roberts and Bill Cook.
"Rainbow Trout Tree" sculpture in an Idlewild Park pond, by mosaic artist Eileen Gay.
Photo © Stan White
Reno's Idlewild Park is a beautiful open space just west of downtown. The park hugs a curve along the south bank of the Truckee River and features mature trees, large expanses of grass, two rentable picnic shelters, playgrounds, ball fields, a municipal pool, walking and biking paths, a train ride, Reno's Municipal Rose Garden, and small lakes for fishing and feeding waterfowl.