Mustangs of Las Colinas is a bronze sculpture by Robert Glen that decorates Williams Square in Las Colinas in Irving, Texas.
This statue gives hope to those who see its face raised to heaven. It resonates through time, calling out to our collective consciousness.
The sculpture portrays a huge metal salmon being thrown through the corner bricks of the South Park Restaurant in Portland.
The original sculpture of The Knotted Gun also known as “Non-Violence” was created by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd.
This sculpture is a statement about the artist's attempt to free himself from the constraints of mortality through a long lasting creative form.
Pioneer Plaza is a 4.2-acre city park in Dallas with several mounted cowboys and longhorn cattle statue cast in bronze.
The life-size bronze sculpture was created by country singer-songwriter and visual artist Terry Allen in 1990, cast using the lost-wax method.
The sculpture is known for its cartoonish qualities, namely the crocodile’s human hands and the businessman’s money bag head.
The Giant Fork sculpture is a 35-foot tall, 11-ton depiction of everyone’s favorite utensil.