Gateway Monument

Gateway Monument by Mike Boyett February Nacogdoches, TX “The gateway” is a life-size bronze statue of an early pioneers family forging westward into the unsettled regions of what ultimately became the state of Texas. All Projects

Coach Broyles

Coach Broyles by Dr. Gary Renegar February Nacogdoches, TX Coach Frank Broyles of the University of Arkansas Razorbacks. Inside all of Dr. Boyett’s Monumental Sculptures he places a Bible. All Projects


Banjo by Travis Tischler Spring of 2012 Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in Queensland, Australia Unveiled at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum in Queensland, Australia, Banjo is the Australian nickname for the Velociraptor. All Projects

Pastoral Dreamer

Pastoral Dreamer by David Phelps May 2012 Canada Pastoral Dreamer is a triple life size bronze sculpture originally commissioned in 2003 by President David Boren of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK. The commission was funded with a generous donation from the Reynolds Foundation. All Projects


Ram by Greg Hamilton September 2010 Monroe, Louisiana The monumental ram for Richwood Middle School was enlarged, molded, and cast at the Heart and was installed by the foundry. All Projects

Bronze Phantom Warrior Statue

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

Second Fiberglass Phantom Warrior

Second Fiberglass Phantom Warrior Ft. Hood, TX 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. All Projects

Life-Size Fathom Sculptures

Life-Size Fathom Sculptures by Clay Moore 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! All Projects