Santa Fe, New Mexico: Big Dog Swing

12 feet tall and 20 feet long, "Yard Dog" was made by artist Don Kennell. A shaded porch swing hangs beneath its belly.
Address:
362 Grant Ave., Santa Fe, NM
Directions:
North side of downtown, on the southeast corner of Grant Ave. and S. Federal Place.
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Swing Dog.

Yard Dog Swing

A large metal dog sculpture has a porch swing attached to its belly! It's a shady place to swing.

[Jan Dunlap, 07/24/2020]

"Yard Dog," 12 feet tall and 20 feet long, was made of corrugated sheet metal by artist Don Kennell in 2011. It was supposed to be temporary at this spot, but apparently it's found a forever home.


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