The life-size sculpture was created to capture the tradition and feel of a student Bonfire worker. Although Hayes did not attend TAMU, he learned the traditions from his friends. The 90-year-old Bonfire tradition came to a tragic end in 1999…
This 13’ x 16’ sculpture was originally a small model brought into existence through the invaluable help of the TAMU Department of Architecture’s Automated Fabrication & Design Lab at the Rellis campus, known as the “Architectural…
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The four statues found in the park are of Harvey Mitchell, “The Father of Brazos County,” and the threesome: Eli Seale, one of the first 11 Texas Rangers; Sam Houston, a regular visitor to Boonville; and Hiram Hanover, Brazos County’s…
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This statue was the first public art in Brazos County. The oak and steel abstract sculpture is 19 feet high by 19 feet wide with 27 petals and weighs about 10,000 lb. The 6-foot petals were carved by hand and a flat-bed truck had to bring…
This 12-acre site is located in College Station's Veterans Park and Athletic Complex, Chartered in 2000 as a non-profit, is dedicated to veterans from our nation’s major wars. The Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial (BVVM), includes life-sized…
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The Bryan Bombers were a 1940’s member of the Class C Lone Star League. Since 2007, the Brazos Valley Bombers are a collegiate summer baseball team based in Bryan, TX.
Sculptor: Lynn HasteInstallation: 22 November 2005
Michael D. Bigger was known internationally for large, colorful metal compositions and was also a charismatic teacher at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. A colleague said “Watching him work alone on a piece was like watching a ballet…
The sculpture, representing the sister cities of Bryan and College Station was funded by a grant from Keep Texas Beautiful. Gary Lee Price has a “passion for art, and belief that art empowers and lifts the human spirit.” Literally thousands…
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The sculpture represents an ancient deer hunt by the Roman goddess Diana.
Sculptor: Dr. Joe SmithInstallation: 21 September 2000
Location: Prosperity Bank, 1862 Rock Prairie Road College Station, TX 77845
This large steel abstract sculpture weighing about 5000 pounds was installed to be a permanent fixture in the park to symbolize the new millennium.
Sculptor: Dr. Joe SmithInstallation: 21 March 2000
Location: Eastgate Park 902 Foster…
This 2000 pound stainless steel structure was first constructed in Caldwell by James Urbanosky, master craftsman. This is Koustov’s first work of public sculpture; he is a well-known painter from Russia.
Sculptor: Dmitri KoustovInstallation:…
This large unorthodox portrayal of Michelangelo’s “The Creation of Adam” shows the rusty finger of a God robot almost touching the rusty finger of an Adam robot. The sculpture refers to Genesis 1:27, which is stamped directly on the…
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