The Texas Sculpture Walk is a permanent outdoor venue featuring 11 Texas sculptors, each with a dedicated site, adjacent to the business tower. The space is large and appointed like a garden. It is available free to the public. Daly’s work is titled GRIDMAN 3 and either represents the coolest and most digitally/electronically equipped urban dude or it is a metaphor for government surveillance.
Patricia Meadows curated “The Texas Sculpture Walk” for Craig Hall. This permanent display is outdoors and open to the public. 11 Texas sculptors are represented, including Moroles and Surls. The walk is part of Hall Arts located on Ross Ave. in the Dallas Museum District . Daly’s work is titled GRIDMAN 3
Mr. Craig Hall is a prominent Texas businessman with a long-standing appreciation and love for art, especially sculpture. His curator, from the beginning has been Patricia Meadows, an articulate and well known Texas patron for the arts. They created “The Texas Sculpture Walk” as a feature of Hall Arts, a business tower/art gallery located in the Dallas Museum District.
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