Eliseo Garcia artist sculptoreliseo.com

Eliseo Garcia is a multi-media sculptor with extensive experience in both public and private sculpture.   His natural stone bas-relief wall murals, and three dimensional stand-alone sculptures, are valued for their visual impact, innovative arabesque designs, and relevance to theme content and contextual fidelity. His ability to work in multiple styles, i.e. representational, abstract, and contemporary gives Eliseo the option of using a variety of design and sculptural configurations in determining the final art forms. His work can be designed to depict specific stories using recognizable imagery, in combination with, dramatic interplay of abstracted shapes, textures, and lighting.

  Pascale Pryor artist lesjardinsdepascale.com

Pascale Mancon Pryor, born in Argenteuil, France, Pascale Mancon Pryor grew up in Coulommiers, Paris.   In 1979, at 19, she set out to explore the Americas eventually landing in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, where she attended college.  In the mid 1980’s, Pascale relocated to Dallas and soon discovered the Dallas County Community College system which provided the facilities and guidance, as well as the freedom, to experiment with different mediums.  After a flirtation with painting, Pascale returned to her childhood love of working in three dimensions and ceramics.  It was purely by accident that she discovered the medium that has dominated her work for over a decade. 

  Laura Abrams artist sample work

Laura Walters Abrams grew up in Garland, Texas and graduated in 1986 from SMU with a BBA in Finance and BA in Psychology.  Moving to New York for a few years, she decided to follow her instinct as a childhood artist and pursue a more creative path.  While working and studying interior design at the School of Visual Arts, Laura became enchanted with the possibilities of sculpture and three-dimensional form.  Laura returned to Dallas in 1990 and continued to study sculpture and fine art at the University of North Texas and at the Creative Arts Center.  In 1992 Ms. Abrams set up a small welding studio in her home in Dallas, and began her sculpture career with a line of hand-forged steel stingrays and sand dollars that she continues to make to this day. Her work has grown to create medium to large scale steel & bronze sculptures for private, corporate and municipal collectors.  Recently, she has been awarded several small city commissions.  In 2010 & 2013 her work took First Prize for the Art on Henderson competition. 

  Scott Trent consultant scottrent.com

Scott Trent, Ph.D., is a metal sculptor, academic, community activist, consultant and founder/director of the Henderson Art Project.  He received his graduate degree in Emerging Media and Communication from the school of Arts and Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas.  He has been a professional artist since 2000, metal sculptor with work in permanent collection at the Dallas Holocaust Museum, City of Frisco, Jewish Community Center, The Gallery at Oldfield Davis, Newman Village and many private collections.

Scott first started advocating for creative groups and developing community art projects in 2009 with the Henderson Art Project which he was founding Director.  He later continued this type work as artist in residence for three years in the city of Frisco.