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The City of Lewisville started a formal Public Art Program in 2017, but began acquiring pieces of a Public Art Collection in 2003. The collection includes outdoor and indoor pieces in various artistic media. Pieces are added to the Lewisville Public Art Collection through purchase, commission, or donation. The pieces described on this page are currently on public display.

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Thrive Stonework

Stone on outside, inside will be medium density fiber board and decals on glass
By Artist: Andrew Dufford

Thrive
1950 S. Valley Parkway

Anticipated Completion and Installation: Spring 2020

Dufford was chosen for his history of working with stone, metal, and earthworks, and for his ability to integrate a project into the design of a public facility, including recreation centers. in an engaging and aesthetically pleasing way.

Image above is an early concept drawing submitted by the artist. Actual stonework design may range from slightly to significantly different than these concept drawings in color and other details, but the overall themes will remain intact.

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Wayne Ferguson Bronze

Cast bronze
By David Iles, Boliver Bornze

Wayne Ferguson Plaza
150 W. Church Street
boardwalk area

Dedication Ceremony: Oct. 29

An artist rendering of the sculpture is currently shown while the piece is being fabricated.

The sculpture is designed to honor long-time Lewisville resident and developer Wayne Ferguson's passion and vision for Lewisville and his lasting contribution to the community. The sculpture will depict a life-sized Ferguson seated on the wall along the boardwalk, under the shade of a redbud tree, about 50 feet from the gateway off Charles Street. He will be wearing his favorite boots and hat while looking at a map of the plaza. To one side will be a stack of rolled maps, representing the many projects Ferguson brought to Lewisville. On his other side will be a stack of personal items illustrating his life and character, including a saddle blanket, chaps, spurs, and his hand-made buck knife.