The beautiful "Bloom" sculpture was crafted by Angela Mia De la Vega and donated to the EmilyAnn by Angela and Pitzer's Fine Arts. "Bloom" will stand in a memorial garden at the top of the hill in memory of Jessica Pape and her daughter Sophia.
This amazing stained glass and iron sculpture was donated to the EmilyAnn recently and will reside within the Burdine Johnson Studio Theatre.
The Saunders Family created and donated the phenomenal dinosaurs that greet visitors at the entrance to the EmilyAnn grounds. They stand in loving memory to Joseph Saunders.
The majestic Mosquito sculpture was crafted by the legendary Bob Fowler and donated to the EmilyAnn.
The EmilyAnn boot is one of many boots that are placed throughout Wimberley. Each one is a true work of art and unique. Cleve Reagan is the wonderful artist who created the one that graces the EmilyAnn gardens.
The beautiful Flood Memorial sculpture was crafted by J.J. Priour and donated to the EmilyAnn by the Wimberley Valley Art League. It stands in a memorial garden at the top of the hill in memory of the lives lost in the 2015 flood.
Dr. Dorey Schmidt designed the wonderful "Helping Hands" sculpture that stands near the Betrothal Tree. It is dedicated to all of the many hands who make good things happen.
Jimmy Harwell created the intricate Senior Gate that stands at the entrance to the outdoor amphitheater. It is a truly special sculpture as it was donated to the EmilyAnn by the class of 1998. These were the students with whom Emily Rolling would have graduated.