“Thor’s Hammer” by Sun McColgin was originally part of the 2018-2019 Georgetown Sculpture Tour and was purchased by a local developer. “Thor” is now located at a new garden style residential community in Georgetown, Kaia Pointe.
“Dan Moody” by Georgetown artist Lucas Adams is located on southeast side of the historic Williamson County Courthouse near the intersection of Eighth and Main streets on the downtown Square. Continue reading ““Dan Moody” by Lucas Adams”
“Robert Williamson” by Lucas Adams faces the Williamson Museum on Austin Avenue on the downtown Square and has been sponsored by the Williamson Museum.
Robert McAlpin Williamson (c. 1804-1859), better known as “Three-Legged Willie,” came to Texas from Georgia in 1826. He co-founded a newspaper and edited two others, practiced law, and was appointed a major in the Texas Rangers. Williamson fought in the Texian Army alongside San Houston, traveled early Texas as a circuit riding judge, served on the Texas Supreme Court, and was elected Senator for the new state of Texas. He believed that Texas Counties should be named for Texas heroes; our County is named for him. For more information about this fascinating figure and much more, visit the Williamson Museum at 716 S. Austin Ave. or click here to visit the website.
“Got It!” by Rod Garrett is on the second floor of the Georgetown Public Library at 402 W. Eighth Street. Continue reading ““Got It!” by Rod Garrett”
“Madonna and Child” by Charles Umlauf is located outside the Lois Perkins Chapel on the campus of Southwestern University. Continue reading ““Madonna and Child” by Charles Umlauf”
“Henry C. Matysek” by H. Clay Dahlberg is on the lawn of the Williamson County Courthouse in the center of the Square. Continue reading ““Henry C. Matysek” by H. Clay Dahlberg”
“Harry L. Gold” by Lucas Adams is a bronze bust at the northwest corner of Main and Seventh streets on the downtown Square. Continue reading ““Harry L. Gold” by Lucas Adams”
“Danielle’s Dream” by Dan Pogue is outside the Ninth Street entrance to the Georgetown Public Library, which is at 402 W. Eighth Street. Continue reading ““Danielle’s Dream” by Dan Pogue”