As a realtor in Frisco, I am always pleased to share information about our local treasures to inform my clients and blog visitors. For example, the Texas Sculpture Garden is a wonderful venue where individuals, families and organizations may enjoy seeing the beauty of nature and art free of charge.
The garden is located in The Hall Office Park at 6801 Gaylord Parkway near Network Boulevard, a short distance from Dallas North Tollway. You will be entranced by some intriguing sculptures that complement the beautifully manicured lawns and landscaped gardens.
Texas Sculpture Garden is the largest private collection of contemporary sculptures open to the public that has been produced by native Texan artists. The garden opened in 2001, and features the work of more than 40 prominent artists.
There is a significant variety of pieces and materials that comprise the garden. Be sure to peruse the intriguing works that are made of stone, metal, concrete, wood and glass. The artistic styles range from abstract to representational. Some of the most popular pieces include Mother and Child sculpture crafted by Eliseo Garcia, and Time Management that was produced by Zad Roumaya.
The sculptures are cheerful, whimsical and fun, particular for children who can enjoy themselves in the outdoor space.
This is also a wonderful venue in which to take a peaceful stroll, enjoy lunch, or snap some photographs. I know of one family that chose the Texas Sculpted Garden for their daughter’s college graduation pictures. The garden’s winding trails, lush landscaping, lakes and fountains make it a fantastic place to spend a morning or afternoon as you explore at your leisure.
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