174 Photos - Oct 24, 2013
Photo: It's official! With placement of barriers at the top and bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) on October 24, 2013, installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is underway. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: After two full days of work (October 25 and 28, 2013), KZ Tile workers have covered one third of the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) with Schluter-DITRA underlay material. Installation of the first pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is scheduled, at this point, to begin on October 29. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Top sections of the mosaic on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: View of top two flights of steps of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. Tread tiles are stacked on each side in anticipation of installation. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of landing between the second and third flights of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers continue installing tread tiles on October 31, 2013 while also moving ahead with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): installation of the tread tiles on top of each of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) and landings continues as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: view of fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Beginning of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): morning view of the middle sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers continue installing tread tiles and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of large flowers, thistle, and moth on the second flight of steps from the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: KZ Tile truck onsite on October 23, 2013 for first day of work to install the 148-step Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: KZ Tile employee power washing a section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) on October 23, 2013 in preparation for installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: KZ Tile employee power washing a section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) on October 23, 2013 in preparation for installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: KZ Tile employee power washing a section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) on October 23, 2013 in preparation for installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Power washing in progress: top section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) after cleaning by KZ Tile employees on October 24, 2013 in preparation for installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: KZ Tile representatives (Kai on left, Michael on right) and San Francisco Department of Public employees (Jody and Khun in center) meet on October 24, 2013 for the final onsite inspection clearing the way for installation of the 148-step Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: KZ Tile representatives (Kai on left, Michael on right) and San Francisco Department of Public employees (Jody and Khun in center)  meet on October 24, 2013 for the final onsite inspection clearing the way for installation of the 148-step Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: With placement of barriers at the top and bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) on October 24, 2013, installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is underway. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile workers placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 29, 2013): KZ Tile workers continue placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) while installing sections of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile workers continue placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) while installing sections of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): evening view of the bottom sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as installation of the orange Schluter-DITRA underlay materials, tread tiles, and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile workers placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile workers placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Henry) placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Henry) placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Henry) placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Henry) placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Henry) placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Ton) placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: First full day of work (October 25, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Ton) placing the Schluter-DITRA underlay material on the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) before installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: After two full days of work (October 25 and 28, 2013), KZ Tile workers have covered one third of the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) with Schluter-DITRA underlay material. Installation of the first pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is scheduled, at this point, to begin on October 29. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: After two full days of work (October 25 and 28, 2013), KZ Tile worker (Ton on left, Henry on right) have covered one third of the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) with Schluter-DITRA underlay material. Installation of the first pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is scheduled, at this point, to begin on October 29. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: After two full days of work (October 25 and 28, 2013), KZ Tile worker (Ton on Left, Henry on right) have covered one third of the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) with Schluter-DITRA underlay material. Installation of the first pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is scheduled, at this point, to begin on October 29. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: After two full days of work (October 25 and 28, 2013), KZ Tile worker (Ton on Left, Henry on right) have covered one third of the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) with Schluter-DITRA underlay material. Installation of the first pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is scheduled, at this point, to begin on October 29. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers moving materials to the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) to formally begin installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers moving materials to the Hidden Garden Steps site (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) to formally begin installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Sing) installing the first pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Sing) installing the first pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing on left, Henry on right) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing on left, Henry on right) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile worker (Henry) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing in foreground, Henry near top of photo) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Henry on left, Sing on right) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing on left, Henry on right) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing on left, Henry on right) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing on left, Henry on right) installing the first section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Kai, Sing, Henry, and Ton) installing the first sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing on left, Henry on right) installing the first sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing in red shirt, Henry in white shirt, Ton in blue shirt) installing the first sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (Sing in foreground, Ton below) installing the first sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Third full day of work (October 29, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (left to right: Henry, Ton, and Sing) installing the first sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Top three flights of steps on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: The dragonfly at the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Top sections of the mosaic on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Top two flights of steps on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Top sections of the mosaic on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Foreground: detail of the top step of the third flight of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Foreground: detail of the top step of the third flight (from top of the Hidden Garden Steps, on 16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Foreground: detail on the second flight (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Foreground: part of the tribute to San Francisco Fire Fighters near the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on October 29, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 36 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (left to right: Sing and Ton) carrying pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013) with KZ Tile workers (left to right: Sing and Ton) carrying pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): project artists Colette Crutcher (left) and Aileen Barr seeing, for the first time, onsite installation of pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic they designed and created. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): project artists Aileen Barr (left) and Colette Crutcher seeing, for the first time, onsite installation of pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic they designed and created. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): project artists Aileen Barr (left) and Colette Crutcher seeing, for the first time, onsite installation of pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic they designed and created. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): project artists Aileen Barr (left) and Colette Crutcher seeing, for the first time, onsite installation of pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic they designed and created. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): project artists Colette Crutcher (marking a loose piece of tile) and Aileen Barr (standing directly behind Colette) onsite for the first time during installation of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic they designed and created. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): project artists Colette Crutcher (left) and Aileen Barr (right, re-affixing a loose piece of tile) with Colette's husband (Mark) onsite for the first time during installation of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic Colette and Aileen designed and created. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail on the third flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 30, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: View of the top three flights of steps (from top) on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 30, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of top half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fifth flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 30-31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of top half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fifth flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 30-31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of top half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fifth flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 30, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of top half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fifth flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Bottom half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of bottom half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of bottom half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of bottom half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of bottom half of passion flower (the "Gratitude" element, thanking organizations and businesses that provided substantial support and in-kind gifts) on the fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 31, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: View of top five flights of steps of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Salamander (blue body with red stripe) extending up the fifth and fourth flights of steps (from top) on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 30, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of salamander (blue body with red stripe) extending up the fifth and fourth flights of steps (from top) on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on October 30, 2013. KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Top three flights of steps of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Top flights of steps of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail from third flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail from third flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: View of top two flights of steps of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 50 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. Tread tiles are stacked on each side in anticipation of installation. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fourth full day of work (October 30, 2013): initial tread tiles waiting to be placed on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) during installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of first flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of first flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of first flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of first flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of first flight of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Looking down from the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of landing between the first and second flights of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of landing between the first and second flights of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of landing between the first and second flights of steps (from top) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers begin installing tread tiles on October 30, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile worker (Ton) preparing landing for installation of tread tiles near the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as co-workers continue installing the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. More than 80 pieces were in place by the end of the day. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile workers (left to right: Ton and Sing) on fourth flight of steps from bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), continuing to install the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. More than 80 pieces were in place by the end of the day. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile workers (left to right: Ton and Sing) on fourth flight of steps from bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), continuing to install the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. More than 80 pieces were in place by the end of the day. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile workers (Ton in foreground) on fourth flight of steps from bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), continuing to install the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. More than 80 pieces were in place by the end of the day. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile worker (Sing) on fourth flight of steps from bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), holding piece of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. More than 80 pieces were in place by the end of the day. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile workers (left to right: Sing and Henry) on fourth flight of steps from bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), continuing to install the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. More than 80 pieces were in place by the end of the day. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work (October 31, 2013): KZ Tile workers (left to right: Sing and Henry) on fourth flight of steps from bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), continuing to install the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. More than 80 pieces were in place by the end of the day. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: Detail of third flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: view of third and fourth flights of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: view of third and fourth flights of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: view of fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: detail from fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: detail from fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Fifth full day of work: detail from fourth flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail from top third of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail from top third of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers finished installing more than 80 pieces of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of top sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers stack tread tiles on October 31, 2013 while continuing with installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Beginning of sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): view from the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as installation of tread tiles and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): KZ Tile workers (Henry in foreground, Ton behind him) installing tread tiles at the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): KZ Tile worker (Henry) installing tread tiles at the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): installation of the tread tiles on top of each of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) and landings continues as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): installation of the tread tiles on top of each of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) and landings continues as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): installation of the tread tiles on top of each of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) and landings continues as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): Self-seeded California poppy blooming at the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) one day after the poppy incorporated into the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher was installed lower onsite. More than 80 pieces of the mosaic are now in place, and tread-tile installation (background of photo) is in progress. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): Self-seeded California poppy blooming at the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) one day after the poppy incorporated into the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher was installed lower onsite. More than 80 pieces of the mosaic are now in place, and tread-tile installation (middle of photo) is in progress. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): late afternoon view from the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher and tread tiles (foreground) continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): installation of the tread tiles on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) continues as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): installation of the tread tiles on top of each of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) and landings continues as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): installation of the tread tiles on top of each of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) and landings continues as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher is nearly 2/3 complete. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): evening view from bottom third of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of sixth full day of work (November 1, 2013): evening view from the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) organizing committee members and other volunteers (left to right: Sherry Boschert, Barbara Meli, Judy Goddess, Licia Wells, Cori Holand, and Liz McLoughlin) , on Saturday, November 2, 2013, had their first onsite visit as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continued. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) organizing committee members and other volunteers had their first onsite visit (on Saturday, November 2, 2013) as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continued. Sherry Boschert, a Steps supporter who has also served as project videographer, is seen here standing to the right of the passion flower "Gratitude Element" that thanks many Hidden Garden Steps supporters. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) organizing committee members and other volunteers (left to right: Liz McLoughlin, Debbie Herzfeld, and Tom Hall) , on Saturday, November 2, 2013, had their first onsite visit as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continued. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) organizing committee members and other volunteers (left to right: Judy Goddess and Licia Wells), on Saturday, November 2, 2013, had their first onsite visit as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continued. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) organizing committee members and other volunteers (left to right: Debbie Herzfeld, Barbara Meli, and Connie Ngarangad) , on Saturday, November 2, 2013, had their first onsite visit as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continued. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) organizing committee members and other volunteers (left to right: Cori Holland, Ceal Bialobrzeski, and Barbara Meli), on Saturday, November 2, 2013, had their first onsite visit as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continued. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) organizing committee members and other volunteers (left to right: Connie Ngarangad, Judy Goddess, Licia Wells, and Liz McLoughlin), on Saturday, November 2, 2013, had their first onsite visit as installation of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continued. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Beginning of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): morning view of the bottom section of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as Sing (left) stands above the final steps needing the orange Schluter-DITRA underlay materials. Work is also underway on installing tread tiles and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Beginning of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): morning view of the bottom and middle sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers continue installing tread tiles and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of individual tiles on the third flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on November 4, 2013. KZ Tile workers are nearing completion of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Beginning of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): morning view of the middle sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers continue installing tread tiles and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of the Tiburon Mariposa tile element in memory of Gregory Seerke, on the third flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on November 4, 2013. KZ Tile workers are nearing completion of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of the Tiburon Mariposa tile element in memory of Gregory Seerke, on the third flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on November 4, 2013. KZ Tile workers are nearing completion of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of the bees tile element, on the third flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), installed on November 4, 2013. KZ Tile workers are nearing completion of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of individual tiles on the third flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on November 4, 2013. KZ Tile workers are nearing completion of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Detail of individual tiles on the third flight of steps (from bottom) of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) installed on November 4, 2013. KZ Tile workers are nearing completion of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Beginning of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): morning view of the middle sections of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) as KZ Tile workers continue installing tread tiles and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): KZ Tile workers take remaining pieces of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher into overnight storage. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): Leaving space on the landing below the fifth flight (from the top) on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) to extend the salamander's tail across the landing. KZ Tile workers are installing tread tiles and the remaining sections of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): Detail of the top third of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) showing newly-added tread tiles in place and space left to extend the salamander's tail to the center section of the Steps. KZ Tile workers are installing tread tiles and the remaining sections of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): Detail of the top third of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) showing newly-added tread tiles in place and space left to extend the salamander's tail to the center section of the Steps. KZ Tile workers are installing tread tiles and the remaining sections of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): installation of the orange Schluter-DITRA underlay materials is complete on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District). Installation of the tread tiles and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher continues. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of seventh full day of work (November 4, 2013): View, at dusk, of San Francisco's Inner Sunset District through branches of the California coast live oak near the middle of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District). KZ Tile workers are installing tread tiles and the remaining sections of the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of large flowers, thistle, and moth on the second flight of steps from the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of large flowers on the second flight of steps from the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of large flower on the second flight of steps from the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of individual tiles near the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): KZ Tile workers continued on site through the weekend to complete grouting of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Close-up of snail on bottom flight of steps on the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of individual tiles near the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of individual tiles near the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of individual tiles near the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail of individual tiles near the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): KZ Tile workers continued on site through the weekend to complete grouting of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): KZ Tile workers continued on site through the weekend to complete grouting of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): KZ Tile workers (including Ming, pictured here) continued on site through the weekend to complete grouting of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): KZ Tile workers (including Ming, pictured here) continued on site through the weekend to complete grouting of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Newly-grouted section at the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Details from upper third of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Salamander's tail extending across landing directly below the fifth flight from the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District) 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): View looking down from top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: End of thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): View looking across the Inner Sunset District and Golden Gate Park toward the Marin Headlands from the top of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Thirteenth full day of work (Sunday, November 13, 2013): Detail showing artists' "signature" at the bottom of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District), where the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic designed and created by project artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher has been completely installed. KZ Tile workers remained on site all day to finish grouting the mosaic and the surfaces upon which visitors will walk. For more information about this volunteer-driven community-based project supported by the San Francisco Parks Alliance, the San Francisco Department of Public Works Street Parks Program, and hundreds of individual donors, please visit our website at http://hiddengardensteps.org.Photo: Juxtaposition of artists Aileen Barr and Colette Crutcher's original watercolor rendition (right) and composite photograph (left) taken onsite of the individual risers on the top third of the Hidden Garden Steps (16th Avenue, between Kirkham and Lawton streets in San Francisco's Inner Sunset District); four years after the project began, the consistency between the artists' original vision and the completed mosaic is clearly on display.

A virtual top-to-bottom, step-by-step tour of the mosaic is being added to the Hidden Garden Steps website by project organizing committee members Liz McLoughlin (webmaster) and Gilbert Johnson (photographer): http://hiddengardensteps.org/Tile_placement.html

For more information about the gardens and the 148-step ceramic-tile mosaic completed by Barr and Crutcher, please visit our website (http://hiddengardensteps.org), view links about the project from our Scoopit! site (http://www.scoop.it/t/hidden-garden-steps), or follow our social media presence on Twitter (https://twitter.com/GardenSteps), Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hidden-Garden-Steps/288064457924739) and many others.