Sponsored by: Giant Eagle
Charity: March of Dimes
Fossil Location: USX Tower Plaza, 600 Grant Street (2009) map ] [ directions to ]
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Stained glass, mirrors, found objects
Theme: The bedrock of Pittsburgh growing into rivers, buildings, and hillsides

Spectrum in the Shadows About the Design
The Stegosaurus form lends itself to a colorful and playful mosaic of Pittsburgh. The spikes along its back and tail remind artist Daviea Davis of the city's hillsides peppered with houses. The design reflects images of the Three Rivers, alive with rowers, crossed by bridges, and overlooked by the unique buildings of The Golden Triangle. The mosaic is made up of stained glass, mirror, and Sold!found objects. The animal's legs represent, in color and pattern, the bedrock from which this city has sprung; layers of time and earth, rich with history, thick with ingenuity, and flowing from expressions of creativity.

About the Sponsor
Giant Eagle, Inc. ranked 22 in Forbes Magazine’s largest private corporations list and is one of the nation’s largest food rdetail of bridge mosaicetailers and distributors. Founded in 1931, Giant Eagle, Inc. has grown to be the number one supermarket retailer in the region with 130 corporate and 84 independently owned and operated stores throughout Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, north central West Virginia and Maryland. An active community partner. Giant Eagle provides support for local food banks, community events, the United Way, The Salvation Army, Race for the Cure, and other non-profit organizations.