Gary Lee Price’s Great Contributors Bronze Statues Exhibit

Experience eight masterworks in Dallas.

The Great Contributors exhibit, on display until November 27, is a part of Gary Lee Price’s renowned art collection. A fellow of the National Sculpture Society, Price has been recognized worldwide for his bold work lifting and celebrating the human spirit. The life-size bronze sculptures placed throughout the spring garden include Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Claude Monet, Albert Einstein, William Shakespeare, Mark Twain and the Wright Brothers, many of which are on benches or in garden settings.These sculptures are only a few of the finest contributors in world history. With the original goal to create 10 male figures and 10 female figures, Price will soon embark on phase two with influencers such as Ruby Bridges, Sacajawea, Amelia Earhart, Mother Theresa and many more.

In the Words of the Great Contributors

November 1-14 from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

During this election season, spending a day in the garden is a day well spent. Come out and hear the great words of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Benjamin Franklin and more through live readings. Don’t miss the last month of the Great Contributors on display at the Arboretum.

November is the last month to purchase the work of Gary Lee Price in the Hoffman Family Gift Store before they return to Utah.

Children's Activities

Great Contributors Program for Student Groups

$10 per child | 1:8 teacher/chaperone free | $15 per additional adult

3rd – 8th Grade

Price includes Children’s Adventure Garden admission

Bring your student group to explore our special exhibition, Great Contributors, in the Main Garden. This one-hour Arboretum educator-led program focuses on the lives and times of eight historic figures, including Shakespeare, Lincoln, and the Wright Brothers – all artfully cast in bronze and placed throughout the garden. Each student will receive an interactive exhibit guide and will explore the art, culture, and history of the notable figures, their contemporaries, and Dallas during their day. Scholarships are available for this program and transportation funds are available upon request.

To make a reservation please contact the Reservations Department by phone at 214.515.6540, by fax at 214.515.6578 or by email at education@dallasarboretum.org.