Awards announced in 2018-19 Sculpture Tour

“Matching Pair” by Dan Pogue

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:

First Prize:
Dan Pogue, “Matching Pair”

Second Prize:
Bob Coffee, “40 Million Years Too Late”

Honorable Mention:
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.