Public Art – Goose Hollow

Walk Description

You’ll stroll on quiet Yamhill and Morrison Streets and then work your way down busy Burnside Street, ending at a metal sculpture, “Pod,” across from Powell’s City of Books.

Follow this Route

  1. The Mary Lou Fendall Rose mural at Morrison Plaza – SW Morrison Street & SW 16th Avenue
  2. Hotel deLuxe lobby photo screens –  SW Yamhill Street and SW 15th Avenue. Officially, Hotel deLuxe is not listed as “public art,” but the giant lobby screen of movie stars from the 1940s and 1950s is a must-see.
  3. Tea Pot Fountain – SW Morrison Street and SW 15th Avenue
  4. Providence Park (three works of art) – 1844 SW Morrison Street
  5. Howard’s Way Sculpture – 635 SW 19th Avenue
  6. Outside in Dogs mural – corner of W. Burnside Street & SW 16th Avenue
  7. People’s Bike Library – West Burnside Street & SW 13th Avenue
  8. Pod metal sculpture – West Burnside Street and SW 10th Avenue

Providence Park Masks

“Facing the Crowd” sculpture greets soccer fans and visitors to Providence Park.

The home of the Timbers and Thorns, Portland’s professional men’s and women’s soccer teams, Providence Park features a number of photos and sculptures outside the stadium. The masks are a source of fascination for locals and tourists and a popular photo spot.

Tea Pot & Pitcher Fountain

Easy to miss, this tile sculpture stands out in relief on a building at the corner of Yamhill Street and 18th Avenue (double check this location). There is actually running water coming from two spouts into the container.

Teapot Fountain on the side of a parking Yamhill Street.

Photo Gallery

Howard's Way sculptures
Howard’s Way is two sculptures at either end of a path through an apartment complex.
Historic First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
Hotel deLuxe Lobby Screen
Hotel deLuxe lobby live photos
"Bike Library" sculpture
“Bike Library” sculpture


Mary Lou Fendall Rose
Mary Lou Fendall Rose mural
Tea Pot Fountain
Tea Pot Fountain
Facing the Crowd sculpture
Facing the Crowd
Public Art - The Pod
The Pod across from Powell’s City of Books