A curved sculpture that represents nature, evolution, and life. Have you seen it back on the Malecon? It was recently placed there again.
Walking south along the malecón you'll find Nature as Mother (Naturaleza Como Madre) by Adrián Reynoso [note: many places online you'll find his name as "Tapatío", but actually tapatío means he's from Guadalajara].
An abstract polymer-resin-bronze sculpture on the Malecon, curves depict a crashing wave with human features on top of a spiraling snail shell. It actually represents the evolutionary process on our planet and how it is controlled by nature.
The sculpture after leaving the Malecon for many years has now returned, as soon as possible we will include the exact location where it is now, in the meantime a beautiful photo sent in by Dee Rosa of the sculpture now on the PV downtown promenade:
On April of 2012, this statue was no longer available on the Malecón. It was moved to the Main Plaza of the Colonia Infonavit. Now it has returned to the PV Boardwalk.
More on the artist at: http://adrianreynoso.com/
Author: M. A. Gallardo