Seven Magic Mountains, a large site-specific public art work by renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone, is located about 10 miles south of Las Vegas, Nevada, between Jean Dry Lake and Interstate 15. Seven Magic Mountains, which consists of seven towers of brightly colored, stacked stones that are more than 30 feet high are a creative representation of the human presence in the desert. They interrupt the Mojave with a poetic explosion of form and color.
The Nevada Museum of Art and the Art Production Fund collaborated to create Seven Magic Mountains. The show was originally intended to remain on display for two years and began on May 11, 2016. Artist Ugo Rondinone expressed a strong desire to keep the artwork on display in its current location due to the incredible success of the work since its debut.
Explore views of Red Rock and the Mojave Desert from the Blue Diamond Road, which features scenic knolls, cliffs, and rock formations. Visit the seven painted totem boulders that make up the work of art known as the Seven Magic Mountains.
The most well-known desert in the USA is the Mojave Desert in California.
Red Rock Canyon in Clark County, Nevada, is plainly seen from the Las Vegas Strip and is located about 15 miles west of Las Vegas (pickup begins at 7 AM). The Keystone Thrust, a collection of sandstone peaks and walls, as well as a number of significant red rock formations, may be seen in the conservation area. Due to their height of up to 3,000 feet, the walls are a well-liked location for rock climbing and trekking. La Madre Mountain, which has a height of 8,154 feet, is the park's highest peak. State Route 159 passes through a valley that has no name but is frequently frequented; it is sometimes, though incorrectly, called Red Rock Canyon. From SR 159, one may observe a gigantic rock face known as the Wilson Cliffs or Keystone Thrust.
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