Artist: Belle Kinney, October 1912
Description: This statue was erected in his honor in October of 1912 by the Bryan M. Thomas Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The sculpture was designed by Belle Kinney, one of very few women sculptors practicing during that era, and the bronze statue was cast at Tiffany Studios in New York. It is 15 feet high, and rests on a base of Georgia marble. It is the only known statue of the general who commanded Confederate forces in Georgia for more than 6 months.
Sponsor: Bryan M. Thomas Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy
Description: The seated female reader is called My First Book, which really captures the nostalgia we all feel for the books of our youth.
Description: The girl on the swing is called Higher, which evokes the joy of play but the dreams and aspirations made possible through day care centers.
Artist: Various Artists, October 2010
Description: On October 22, 2010 the Creative Arts Guild opened its newly installed Robert Webb Sculpture Garden, a collection of contemporary outdoor artwork. According to the International Sculpture Center website, the collection represents Georgia’s first permanent sculpture garden or park. (More Information)
Sponsor: Creative Arts Guild