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David Cargill’s Long Way

Array ( [post_title] => David Cargill’s Long Way [post_content] => David-Cargill-sculptor-exhibitionRight in the heart of industrial Beaumont, a thick blanket of untamed greenery obscures a plot of land. Any onlooker would be forgiven for thinking the lot’s abandoned, but walk through its gates and you’ll see, hidden among the wild thicket of weeds, shrubs, and oak trees, a garden teeming with sculptures that seemingly sprout out from nowhere. One depicts two men sitting close to each other on a bench, talking to their dogs but not to each other; in another sculpture, the biblical figure Eve stands playfully on a camel’s hump, dangling an apple over the drowsy creature’s mouth. Flanked by rusty Greek columns, dozens more bronze sculptures of humanlike figures stand guard around the yard. Overlooking all of this is Southeast Texas sculptor…View Original Post

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The nonagenarian sculptor, whose pieces are flecked throughout Southeast Texas, unveils a career-spanning retrospective in Beaumont.

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The nonagenarian sculptor, whose pieces are flecked throughout Southeast Texas, unveils a career-spanning retrospective in Beaumont.

The post David Cargill’s Long Way appeared first on Texas Monthly.

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