The City of Georgetown Arts and Culture Board has awarded Marble Falls sculptor Dan Pogue the First Prize award in this year’s Sculpture Tour, a juried year-long outdoor exhibit in the busy Georgetown Cultural District. Pogue won for his piece “Matching Pair,” a bronze piece that depicts two zebras facing each other.
Second Prize went to Bob Coffee for his piece “40 Million Years Too Late,” a bronze sculpture depicting a raccoon family discovering a fossil fish and wondering where their meal went.
Sculpture Tour artists and their awards are:
Dan Pogue, “Matching Pair”
Bob Coffee, “40 Million Years Too Late”
Cindy Debold, “Glee”
Frank Maglio, “Jumping Through Hoops”
Cat Quintanilla, “Ms. Olive”
Marla Ripperda, “Fischer” and “Cat & Fiddle”
Anthony St. James, “Joie De Vivre”
Jay Schaan, “Quest for Knowledge”
Laura Sturtz, “Breaking Bounds” and “Hands”
The City of Georgetown Arts & Culture Board selected these eleven 2018-19 Sculpture Tour pieces from a total of 23 pieces submitted for consideration by 15 artists. Sculptures will remain on display through October 2019.