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Tree Sculptures, Galveston
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Old tree growth that once shaded the town's Victorian homes was destroyed by Hurricane Ike. Tree Sculptures are a grassroots effort to resurrect the trees with art. Sculpted tree trunks are scattered around the neighborhood between new saplings. Many of the sculptures have a special significance for the people living in the Galveston community, such as Marcy Hanson's tree sculpture of an angel cradling a rabbit, which commemorates her bunny sanctuary. Stop by the Convention and Visitors Bureau first for a brochure that includes a list of the sculptures and a map of their locations. Put Tree Sculptures and other Galveston attractions into our Galveston vacation route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Hubs n I have downloaded a map and seen many of the sculptures, we've found more not on the map. Very cool art to be shared with the community and visitors out of something terrible. 
  • Hurricane Ike drowned much of the island over ten years ago, but the resilient residents took their loved trees that were lost and created enduring art that invites visitors to stroll, see and engage ...  more »
  • We have only the carvings of a Japanese lady can find back in line with Avenue H, so what can us the plural of sculptures called off. No idea what happened with the rest. Still, nice to see.
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