Statues - Hither & Thither

United States of America
Lubbock
Texas

Broadway Street / Akron Avenue
(Talkington Plaza)

The Stages of Human Life

Glenna Goodacre
1999

Lubbock /  The Stages of Human Life   Lubbock /  The Stages of Human Life

Description

Sculpture group of five sculptures arranged around a curving brick bench and wall - all these sculpture are separately available from the artist, below her names and descriptions:

Lubbock - The Stages of Human Life
1. The Runner
Lubbock - The Stages of Human Life
2. Mother and Daughter
Lubbock - The Stages of Human Life
3. Wall Street Journal
Lubbock - The Stages of Human Life
4. Lovers
Lubbock - The Stages of Human Life
5. An elderly man with dog

  1. "The Runner" - A female jogger stretches for a long run
  2. "Mother and Daughter" - It's storytime for this mother and daughter group.
  3. "Wall Street Journal" - A businessman checks the daily stock quotes
  4. "Lovers" - Life-size group of two lovers gazing into each others' eyes
  5. An elderly man (not on the sculptress' website) and the dog "Rio"
The sculpture's seven pieces depict the seven stages of human life in honor of the College of Human Sciences.

Inscription(s)

PARK PLACE
TALKINGTON
PLAZA
Donated by
J.T. and Margaret
Talkington
College of Human
Sciences
March
1999
Glenna Goodacre
Sculptor
Generous support
for Talkington Plaza
was provided by
H.A. & Barbara Session
Henry & Fay Huneke
Stumpy & Kaye Greer
in tribute to the
artist and through
deep affection for
the sculpture's donors

Sculptor

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Location (N 33°35'2" - W 101°52'22")

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