Larry Williams Tennessee T.rex, Completed in 2002 is a forty foot piece of public art. This sculpture above is a showcase piece for the Dinosaur Walk Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. It is a full sized steel T.rex sculpture to loom over museum visitors as they enter. It is hard to miss as you drive by the Museum on the busy resort town road.
The picture above shows the massive size of this public art . The Director of the Dinosaur Walk Museum stands in front of the commissioned outdoor sculpture. Larry Williams completed this sculpture for the museum in the Summer of 2002.
Sculpture locations are listed at the Clients and Work Location page link.
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