Little Rock, Arkansas: Walkway of Wellness to Big Indian HeadOne of many giant Indian Heads carved by artist Peter Wolf. What makes this one special is the adjacent Wellness Walkway monument, commemorating a sidewalk sponsored by a health insurance company.
- Ottenheimer Plaza, Little Rock, AR
- In Riverfront Park, just west of S. Rock St. and the entrance to the Junction Bridge (pedestrian) across the river.
Visitor Tips and News About Walkway of Wellness to Big Indian Head
Big Indian Head
A plaque on the big Indian Head says that it was dedicated in June 1975, and restored as a Boy Scout project in April 2001. The sculpture is titled, "Love is Life."[signmanjoe, 09/08/2015]
Peter Wolf Toth Statue
While on our stopover in Little Rock we visited the River Market area. We saw a beautiful Peter Wolf Toth statue in the River Market area, at the open Pavillion adjacent to the Blue Shield Wellness Walkway. The statue is near the "Little Rock" monument and the President Bill Clinton Library and walking bridge. There are lots of other beautiful things to see in the area.[Jackie Solomon, 09/22/2012]
Peter Toth has carved over 70 giant Indian head statues for cities across North America. We'd like to thank Blue Cross/Blue Shield for letting us visit the statue via a walkway of wellness, and for erecting a monument so that we can share it with our friends.