Road Guide to Borrego Springs Metal Art Sculptures - Jim Bremner

Road Guide to Borrego Springs Metal Art Sculptures

By Jim Bremner

  • Release Date: 2012-03-29
  • Genre: Nature
Score: 4.5
From 10 Ratings


What you will see - Dennis Avery, landowner of Galleta Meadows Estates in Borrego Springs, California envisioned the landscape of his starkly beautiful desert property enhanced with the incredible steel welded sculptures of artist and welder Ricardo Breceda, based in Perris, California. About 130 of Breceda’s metal sculptures are now located in the Borrego Springs area.  A round trip of about 22 miles on mostly paved roads allows you to see them all. Just a few are located on dirt roads, but the roads are negotiable by most cars.
The original sculptures were inspired by animals that lived millions of years ago in the Anza-Borrego area during the Plio-Pleistocene age. Later works were representative of local history, and pure whim and fantasy motivated the creation of many others. There is even a fully sized Willys Jeep CJ-3A with a driver and a passenger. 
This guide takes you to each of the locations where individual pieces of art are placed or grouped.


  • Good enough but lacking

    By CasinoOwl
    This guide got me and my friends to most of the sculptures, but some of the maps are missing and it could have been laid out more concisely and clearly.