"Padre's Trail" is an abstract depiction of a hidden trail known only to those from the Acoma Pueblo.Inspiration from a legend of a Priest who saved a child that fell from the mesa during the spanish conquest. It's helix consists of of two ribbons that flow from the face that represent the trail in which the padre walked. The Face represents the people and their gratitude toward the helping padre.
- "Padre's Trail" is made of Kansas limestone and rests on a Pink Granite base. She stands Twenty six inches tall and is six inches at the base. The entire composition was created from a 100 pound piece of stone and was hand carved and polished to three thousand grit for a mirror shine.