|MICHAEL BOYETT BRONZES
"Nacogdoches ~ the Oldest Town in Texas"
Where the Dream of Texas was Born
“1821, Texas was a vast unsettled province in northern Mexico. The Mexican government
encouraged colonization with the Constitution of 1824 and its promise of free land, no
taxes and unlimited opportunities. In the years that followed, 25,000 Americans poured
into this broad and fertile land west of the Sabine and east of the Colorado. For them, the
“Dream of Texas was Born.”
(Taken from the introduction of “The Alamo” Soundtrack)
Nacogdoches is not only known as “the Oldest Town in Texas,” but also as the “Gateway.”
As the early pioneers forged westward, this town was their last contact with civilization. It
was literally the gateway to Texas and to the vast unsettled Southwest beyond.
This monument pays tribute not only to the city of Nacogdoches, but to the courageous
and adventurous spirits of the first families that helped to establish and settle the great
state of Texas.
“The Gateway” is located on the town square of Nacogdoches, TX on Hwy 21, also known
“El Camino Real” or “The King’s Highway.”
Bronze Sculpture ~ Oil Paintings
Originals ~ Limited Editions
|"Classics of Tomorrow . . . Today"
Sculptor and Painter
of American Heritage Fine Art
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|"Mayor Charles England"
Retiring Mayor of Grand Prairie, TX
City Hall, Grand Prairie, TX
Badger Midstream Energy, Houston, TX
Presented - February 2014
The North American Badger is notorious for being
one of the fiercest animals on earth for its small size,
about 18" in length. In this scene, there appears to
be a deadly struggle with a rattler as the snake
bares his fangs and wraps around the badger's front
leg. The outcome is apparent as the ferocity of the
badger is revealed in his fierce expression and as
his powerful teeth and claws knash at the
|Life Size Clay Original
|Life Size Clay