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Texas Statues (page 2)

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Footprints in the Sand Monument
Carthage, TX
The Footprints in the Sand Monument was sculpted by Bob Harness in 2016. It is 14 feet tall and is installed in Pippen Memorial Park. [map]

Peter Pan
Weatherford, TX
This bronze Peter Pan sculpture was created by Ronald Thomason in 1976. It is a tribute to Weatherford native, Mary Martin, who portayed Peter Pan on Broadway and TV. The sculpture is installed in front of the Weatherford Public Library. For more, see this website. [map]

Deep in the Heart Art Foundry (now Pyrology Foundry & Studio)
Bastrop, TX
Deep in the Heart Art Foundry was established in 1980. The name was changed to Pyrology Foundry & Studio in 2022. The company creates bronze statues of people, animals, and things. The company makes the Beaver statues for the Buc-ee's gas station chain. For more, see this website. [map]

Sam Houston
Huntsville, TX
In 1994, David Adickes built this 67 foot tall statue of Sam Houston. It is entitled "Tribute to Courage". There is also a giant head to pose with. For more, see this website. [map]

Stephen F. Austin
Angleton, TX
This 60 foot tall concrete statue of Stephen F. Austin was built by David Adickes and installed in 2005. [map]

Stephen F. Austin
Bellville, TX
President Eisenhower
Denison, TX
This giant bust of Stephen F. Austin was built by David Adickes and installed around 2012. [map]

This giant bust of President Eisenhower was built by built by David Adickes was installed in 2011. [map]

Busts of Four Presidents
Houston, TX
These Busts of Four Presidents were installed in 2008 in a residential neighborhood facing I-10 and I-45. The statues of Stephen F. Austin, Sam Houston, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington are sometimes referred to as "Mount Rush Hour." They are on a tiny strip of land known as the American Statesmanship Park. The 18-foot-tall concrete statues were created by David Adickes. [map]

David Adickes Studio
Houston, TX

2008 and 2011:

2018:
This is where David Adickes created giant statues and busts for Presidents Parks (Williamsburg, VA and Lead, SD). In 2010, Adickes moved his studio to Huntsville, TX. However, the Houston studio remained in operation. In 2014, the Presidential busts were moved to Adickes' new studio on Nance St. in Houston. Later that year, a 34-foot-tall Charlie Chaplin statue was installed. For more, see this website. [map]

The Beatles statues are 36-feet tall and were built in 2007. They were left behind when Adickes studio moved. They were still at the old location in 2016. By 2017, they had been moved to the 8th Wonder Brewery Lot. They are supposedly only there for a year and are for sale. [map]

More Texas Statues:
Gnome Cones (Denton)
Pastoral Dreamer (Grapevine & The Woodlands)
private collection (Greenville)
Pilgrim's Pride (Pittsburg) [gone]

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