James Vaughan

Town builders James Vaughan has delivered mail in Liberty Hill for about 14 years. And he has seen a lot of changes in that time.  Of the recent gross he says, “I’m tickled to death with a lot of aspects of it, but I don’t want it to be too fast. ” A native of[…]

Liberty Hill and the Sculptors December 19, 1976

Sunday, December 19, 1976  Liberty Hill and the Sculptors   Artists from all over made me feel at home By Linda Kerr Staff writer Their days were spent with mallets and chisels, air hammers and welding tools, attacking limestone and granite, scrap metal and marble. They were 23 artists in Liberty Hill for the International[…]

1976 Statesman Article

LIBERTY HILL – A cacophony of creativity fills the air around this little town’s Market Square these days a strange symphony brought here by the first International Sculpture Symposium ever to take place in the Southwest. Punctuating the din are the clink-clunks of metal on marble, the screams of power saws biting into limestone, the[…]

Tierra Madre by Nati Escobedo

One of the delights of a sculpture placed in nature is that each time you revisit the piece a new aspect may reveal itself.  The light will be different, the surface may be damp or algae may have grown along a surface. All of this and don’t forget that depending on from where you approach[…]