Caelum Moor, created by sculptor Norm Hines, was one of the largest environmental sculptures of the Western Hemisphere. From 1986 until 1997, the collection of 22 stones stood at the headwaters of Johnson Creek in Arlington, Texas. 'Caelum' is from the southern constellation and means 'sculptor's chisel'; 'moor' is for the Scottish moors suggested by the rolling land at what was once this site. It has been announced recently that the city of Arlington, Texas, will erect the Caelum Moor sculptures in a park near the new Dallas Cowboy stadium, incorporating the stones into a 3.8-acre section of Richard Greene Linear Park along Randol Mill Road and next to Johnson Creek. The tentative opening date is August 2009.