Deep In The Heart Art Foundry

CURRENT AND ARCHIVAL WORKS

Horse and Dr. Buggy

By Paul Moore

This 150% Life-size Horse and Dr. Buggy will be joining The Centennial Land Run in Downtown Oklahoma City. When the project is complete in 2015 it will include 45 Heroic Figures.

Winddancer

By Buddy Tatum

The Winddancer was installed in Corpus Christi, Texas December 2012. This 16 foot tall sculpture is located on the bay.

Gateway Monument

By Mike Boyett

The Gateway Monument will be installed in downtown Nacogdoches at the beginning of February. Inside all of Mike Boyett's Monumental Sculpture's he places a Bible.

Coach Broyles

By Gary Renegar

Coach Broyles is installed at the University of Arkansas. The Statue stands 7 1/2 feet tall and weighs 700 pounds.

Crossroads East meets West

by Robert Summers

A 150% life-size depiction of the transition from horse and wagon to the automobile.  This beautiful sculpture will be installed along the Route 66 Cooridor in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 2012.

Banjo

By Travis Tischler

Banjo was installed in the Spring of 2012 at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in Queensland, Australia. Banjo is the Australian nickname for the Velociraptor. 

Pastoral Dreamer

By David Phelps

This 2x Life-size piece will be going to Canada in May 2012. 

Ram

by Greg Hamilton

Greg Hamilton contracted the Heart to help him create a monumental ram for Richwood Middle School in Louisiana.  The piece was enlarged, molded, and cast at the Heart and was installed by the foundry in September 2010.

Citadel Class Ring

Deep in the Heart installed The Citadel in October 2001. It is at The Citadel Military College in South Carolina.

City Seals for the City of Bastrop

Deep in the Heart created these beautiful medallions for the city to display in their new City Hall.

Bronze Phantom Warrior Statue

Made for the III Corps at Fort Hood

A 4,600-pound 1.5X life-size bronze statue of the corps’ mascot was installed June 2 near the entrance to III Corps headquarters at Ft. Hood. The piece was enlarged, sculpted, cast, and installed entirely by Deep in the Heart.

Second Fiberglass Phantom Warrior

Created for III Corps at Ft. Hood

The second of the life-size fiberglass Phantom Warrior statues that Deep in the Heart made for the US Army III Corps.  This piece was created to be deployed with the III Corps troops to Iraq and is currently displayed in the Al Faw Palace rotunda.

Life-Size Fathom Sculptures by Clay Moore

Clayburn Moore took his talents to a grand scale with the LIFE-SIZE Fathom Statue. The faux bronze version debuted at this year's Comic-Con International: San Diego and the bronze version debuted at New York Comic-Con. This breathtaking beauty from Aspen Comics rose a full 11 feet above the show floor (including platform), so it could not be missed!

First Fiberglass Phantom Warrior

Created for III Corps at Ft. Hood

The first of the Phantom Warrior statues that Deep in the Heart made for the US Army III Corps.  The permanent home for this piece is at the III Corps Headquarters at Ft. Hood.

Plastic Chili Pepper by Jan Kirsh

‎'Hot' Chili Pepper goes to Napa, CA

This pepper created quite a stir in Napa this last year at the Napa Land Trust's Auction. The custom made 36" bold red Chile Pepper with pearlescent lime green stem was purchased for their gala fundraiser.

Taking Flight by Doug Roper

On April 10, 2010, in San Antonio, Texas, grand opening festivities were held to officially unveil 'Taking Flight', the 25foot, 6,200 pound bronze and 1,500 pounds of stainless steel butterfly wings sculpture by artist Doug Roper.

Texas Tech Class Ring

Two Tons of Tradition

Official Texas Tech Class Ring replica at Merket Alumni Center. The sculpture is 6’3″ tall and has been fondly nicknamed “Two Tons of Tradition” because it weighs exactly that, two tons!

Texas A&M Class Ring Replica

The Association of Former Student at Texas A&M University unveiled the 12-foot 6,000 pound replica of the Aggie Ring at the Haynes Ring Plaza.  It kicked off Ring Day when about 3,000 students received their Aggie Ring.

Honor for All By Gregory Beck

Honor for All was installed in November 2011. The Veterans Memorial is located at the highest point in Cedar Park. The 7 foot tall soldier was enlarged, molded, casted, and patinaed at the Foundry.

The Landing by Edd Hayes

"The Landing" by Edd Hayes was dedicated in June 2011. This monument has 4 large Canadian Geese in flight and one grazing.

Apple by Jan Kirsh

Jan Kirsh's apple is made out of styrofoam and apoxie. It was autioned off at The Napa Valley Land Trust Annual Event in Napa, California. 

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