I always take out-of-towners to this somewhat hidden gem on campus. The vegetation hides the carvings from passing motorists.It is at the intersection of Santa Teresa St. and Lomita Dr.
There are quite a few totem poles and some stone carvings. The Papuans carved everything over a 4-5 months period in the summer of 1994 and they returned to celebrate the completion and inauguration of the garden in 1996. Many Silicon Valley luminaries donated funds to make this garden possible.
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