The Sculpture Ranch and Galleries

March 08, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Took a trip to the Sculpture Ranch and Galleries on Saturday. The Sculpture Ranch and Galleries is a Texas Hill Country project devoted to the Fine Arts and Humanities. It is situated on more than 140 acres of trails, on LBJ’s hunting ranch, and displays 100+ sculptures by more than 40 artists from around the world. There is also a 14,000 square foot hangar displaying paintings in multiple galleries, with a permanently rotating Benini exhibit.

I got there when they open and left when the closed. There was so much to photograph and it will require another trip to get what I missed. Here is a photograph of the 20ft tall sculpture named "Constant Battle". The sun position and sky were perfect for the shot. Constant BattleConstant BattleConstant Battle is a 20ft tall sculpture at The Sculpture Ranch and Galleries.

Here is another sculpture that caught my eye. It has good tones so I knew it would make a great subject for black and white. I forget what it is named so I call it Torn Apart for now. Next time I go I will get its' name.

Torn ApartUnknown name of sculpture at The Sculpture Ranch and Galleries.

I am looking forward to my next visit.


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