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Texas A&M “Traditions” & “6 Core Values”

  Texas Treasures is honored to represent Allegorical Artist James N. Muir, recent sculptor of “6 Core Values” Monument at Texas A&M University’s Kyle Field in College Station. Standing at 24 feet tall, the bronze and stone sculpture “6 Core Values” has been a 2 year long project. It was first commissioned by the 12th Man Foundation, who strive to continue Texas A&M’s athletic success by funding scholarships, […]

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Esther Benedict

The youngest of eight, having to be quiet in church as her dad was the preacher, armed with paper and pencils, drawing was a past time and the art enthusiasm develop. The end of high school came with a choice to be made: a career in art or with horses.  Esther decided a degree in […]

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Al Glann

Al Glann grew up on a 500-acre farm in Ohio where he was always fascinated with the distinct personalities and physical traits of horses. He loves to create horses in action—a unique gestural three-dimensional drawing with metal—exaggerating the form in order to communicate a sense of what he sees and feels. Al strives to capture […]

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Lenell Deane

  Capturing life in motion is what sculptress Lenell Deane enjoys most about her artwork. Many of Lenell’s sculptures depict experiences from her childhood, living on a ranch in South Texas. Nowadays she draws inspiration from her life on a small ranch near Kerrville, Texas. The antics of living in a rural setting and growing […]

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John Bennett

John Bennett was designated Texas State Artist by the 81st Legislature of Texas in 2010. A fourth-generation Texan and current resident of Fredericksburg with his wife Cathy since 2006, he began figural sculpting thirty five years ago and started having his work cast in bronze in 1985. Since then he has continued to develop his […]

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