Annual Georgetown Sculpture Tour

The City of Georgetown sponsors a rotating Sculpture Tour in the Cultural District and surrounding areas.

Sculptures are grouped below by location and will remain on exhibit through October 2024.

Click here to view an interactive map of the current pieces!

 

For information on Calls for Entries for the next 2024-25 Georgetown Sculpture Tour, check in late spring 2024 and visit the “Call for Entries” page.

To purchase a sculpture, please contact Amanda Still at arts@georgetown.org.

Downtown Georgetown

Georgetown Public Library at 402 W. Eighth Street

Georgetown Recreation Center at 1003 N. Austin Avenue

 

Zoee Xiao Artworks

 

Zoee Xiao Artworks

Watercolor paintings

Zoee is a watercolor painter, focusing in a minimalist and impressionist style. Art and nature has been an important part of her life since a young age. She grew up in a beautiful southern town in China and was trained under a sumi-e painter at a young age. After growing up, she moved to the United States to study animation and computer graphics in University of Pennsylvania, and then started working as a gaming software engineer after graduation.
But her love for art continued strongly. She spent years developing her artist career while working as a full time engineer. The eastern and western influence on her moved her to incorporate minimalist eastern aesthetic into colorful western aesthetic. The process of making art also helped her tremendously when dealing with stress and depression from her engineer job. Now she is a full time artist, she wants to channel such healing power to her audience through her art, helping them ease the stress and pain in the modern life.

Jennifer Leigh Warner – Experience Wildlife

 

Experience Wildlife

Photography

My art is meant to inspire hope for the natural world. To get the viewer to care about the animals and places on this planet with the hope that they will want to save these places. People will only care about what they know and save what they care about and if my art can get people to care than we are one step further to saving this planet.

 

BrunkyArt – Fine Art by Jason Wallerstein

 

BrunkyArt – Fine Art by Jason Wallerstein

Acrylics on panel

BrunkyArt offers colorful prints & paintings that celebrate the flora and fauna of the Texas Hill Country by Austin Artist, Jason Wallerstein.  Originally from South Florida, Jason loves to create paintings, murals, linocut and other relief prints, sculptures, costumes & much more with a theme which focuses on his surrounding locale and adventurous encounters. Now residing in Cedar Park, Texas Jason Wallerstein’s artwork is meant to share his love for all things Texas and the outdoors.

Leigh Ann Torres

 

Leigh Ann Torres

Acrylics, charcoal, and graphite

Leigh Ann Torres is an artist living and working in Austin, TX. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin. Leigh Ann has shown her work at the Downtowner Gallery and the Georgetown Art Center, and her drawings grace the labels of wines from Wautoma Springs Wines, a boutique winery in Prosser, Washington. Leigh Ann experiments with painting still lives and arrangements that catch her eye, finding beauty and the complexity of that which sits right in front of her.

Max Taylor Studios

 

Max Taylor Studios

Oil Paintings

Max has been dubbed by his closest friends as “the happy painter” for a reason.  He loves what he does, and he loves people.  Max painted in oils at a very young age, Jr. High, and gave it up quickly due to frustration.  At the ripe old age of 69, he took up the brush again and never looked back.  His goal in his paintings is to bring the viewer to an old fond memory or to a place longed for. Max loves to paint what he loves… from the woods and the mountains of Appalachia where he camped with his four sons to the swamplands of Louisiana where he roamed every summer visiting his grandmother.  And of course, he cannot leave out his beloved Texas.  “If the subject means nothing to me, I cannot paint it. It must first be in my heart for it to show up on my canvas.”

Jenny Reacer – Carvel Vintage

 

Jenny Reacer – Carvel Vintage

Mixed Media and Found Objects

Carvel Vintage was born in 2012 after realizing I needed to pull my weight to help the world keep trash out of landfills. I decided to make art that had dual function, sculpture and lighting. As you will view in my online galleries, I will use anything that is considered obsolete or about to be discarded to create my artistic lighting but I prefer to work with metal. My pieces are reasonably priced as I feel everyone should have access to affordable art.

Each piece made is one of a kind. Techniques used are welding, dry joining, soldering, cutting, heating or other manipulation to achieve the desired design. Every step of the making process is completed solely by myself, from cleaning off rust and grease to design to welding and connecting new electrical components. Aside from making and selling, it is my goal to inspire others to “Think Before You Toss” items into the garbage. I also encourage young women(such as my 5 nieces) to have confidence in their abilities to be a creative entrepreneur!

Aaron Porter – Damon Arts

Aaron Porter – Damon Arts

Acrylic Paintings

Aaron grew up drawing prolific piles of characters from his imagination. He and his father Dare would spend hours together exploring the properties of different mediums, from ink to sidewalk chalk, building blocks to fogged up mirrors. Everything held the potential for creative expression, a philosophy that Aaron has kept close as an adult.

After 14 years in New Orleans, showing his work on Jackson Square in the heart of the French Quarter Aaron relocated to Austin, TX in 2022.

Bill O’Meara

 

Bill O’Meara

Mixed Media

“Getting out and exploring this country, especially Texas and the Midwest gives me a window to the past and the things that pull on my heartstrings. Everything has beauty and sometimes just needs a little effort and creativity to make it special again. Through my artwork I blend a modern feel with traditional elements and themes. Paying tribute to our roots reminds us to slow down and helps us reconnect with what matters most.”