Notable Projects

We have been fortunate to work with some of the most noted contemporary sculptors. The links below are a representative sample of some of the projects whose sculptors chose Stevens Art Foundry to cast their monuments. The list is not all-inclusive, and if we’ve left out something, or someone, it’s an oversight on our part. For all errors, omissions, or corrections please send an email to larry@stevensartfoundry.com.

 

Don Hunt on the day the Lidle monument was placed in Covina

Cory Lidle Memorial

New York Yankee pitcher, Cory Fulton Lidle spent nine seasons in the major leagues playing for nine different teams. He is a descendant of Robert Fulton, the inventor of the steamboat, which explains his middle name. Tragically, Lidle died when his single engine aircraft crashed into a residential building in New York City in 2006 …

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Juan Seguin Memorial

This 10-foot high equestrian monument was unveiled on October 28, 2000 in Seguin, Texas, providing a long-overdue tribute to an overlooked Texas hero, Juan Seguin. The Tejano leader fought alongside other well-known Texas icons, Jim Bowie, Davy Crockett, William Travis, etc., at the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. Juan Seguin became one of the …

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Notre Dame University – Various Works

Few self-professed accidental artists manage to achieve as much as the prolific sculptor Jerry Mckenna. Abandoning his art degree to pursue a career in the Air Force, he failed to discover his penchant for sculpture until his 42nd birthday. Thirty years later, his talent for the medium is better than ever, and he continues to …

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Arial view of the Texas A&M Bonfire Memorial

Texas A&M Bonfire Memorial

For over 90 years, the annual Bonfire at Texas A&M embodied many layers of meaning centric to the Aggie Spirit – teamwork, leadership, and an enduring sense of tradition. It was passionately observed, and one of the most storied traditions of any college campus in the United States. Tragically, on November 18, 1999, exactly one …

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Texas Ranger Statue in front of the Texas Ranger Museum

Texas Ranger Monument

The public artwork, Texas Ranger, which celebrates the heritage of the Texas Rangers, was donated to the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame in April 2009. The sculpture is installed permanently at the entrance of the Texas Ranger Hall of Fame and Museum to commemorate the museum’s 40th anniversary. The donors of the impressive monument were Betsy and …

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