New artwork to be unveiled at Abilene Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition

ABILENE, Texas — Public art provides thought-provoking interactions and discussions.  This year, the Abilene Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition is celebr...

September 15, 2022
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ABILENE, Texas — Public art provides thought-provoking interactions and discussions.  This year, the Abilene Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition is celebrating 42 years of public art by adding four new pieces to their display.  No other community-based art organization in Texas has run as long as this one.  The sculptures will be introduced on North 1 Street starting Sept. 16 and they will be available to the public for the next two years. All of the artists are from cities in Texas and their sculptures are titled as such: "Red Running Dog" by Abilene artist Anthony Huff, "Talk of Camels and Needles" by Tyler artist Dewane Hughes, "The Day Gertrude Flew the Coop" by Texas artist Glory Hartsfield and "Fallen" by Nacogdoches artist Jeffie Brewer.

FOX West Texas staff