Public Art


 

 


Pioneer Woman and The Country Doctor

 

Brigham Young

The Storyteller 

In front of the St. George Branch of the Washington County Library. 2008

Sundance Kid

Edward Hlavka's statue of the outlaw The Sundance Kid (Harry A Longabaugh) in downtown Sundance, Wyoming.

"Soon after leaving Sundance, history seems to indicate he hooked up with Butch Cassidy and they became the leaders of a group of thieves better known as The Wild Bunch," wrote Moberg. "Together these men were so skilled at escaping the law that the American Bankers Association and the Union Pacific Railroad hired the Pinkerton Detective Agency to capture them."

Tex Moncrief

Ed with Tex Moncrief

It was a reunion of the greats. Red McCombs, Tex Moncrief, Mack Brown, Bill Powers, and DeLoss Dodds —  just to name a few —  gathered in the North Endzone last Friday to celebrate the unveiling of UT’s newest statues: generous and ardent UT supporters Red McCombs, ’50, Life Member, and W.A. “Tex” Moncrief Jr., BS ’42, Life Member.

Brown was the first of many to speak of McCombs’ and Moncrief’s seemingly endless contributions to the University, and of their “passion, great drive, and generosity.”

“[These men] are great leaders, great fathers, great people,” Brown said. “They’re visionaries and friends.”

Tahitian Man, Noni Juice Headquarters

Trevor Lin bronze custom memorial Zen bench for Families Flighting Flu, Bethesda Maryland.

 


Dom Rosselli with Tony Lariccia with the 12 foot 1500 pound statue dedicated to Dom Rosselli.

Dom Rosselli, the winningest coach in two sports in Youngstown State history, leaves a legacy that reached thousands of people in all walks of life.

Rosselli won more than 1,000 games coaching the YSU men’s basketball and baseball programs for a combined 69 years.