National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame was founded in Fort Worth, Texas and designed by David M. Schwarz with a cowgirl-style exterior including wild rose finials and bas-relief sculpture panels.
In 2002, EverGreene’s story with the museum began when we worked closely with Richard Haas to execute a full scale mural he had envisioned for the museum. It was painted directly on the wall with Keim Paints, encompassing approximately 23′ high by 42′ wide.
The experience was so successful that in 2018 we began working with the National Cowgirl Museum for the second time. We developed and executed new artwork for a 12’ by 75’ exterior wall. The choice was made to use mosaic tesserae and create richly colored surfaces in the beautiful abstract shapes of an embossed saddle. Mock-ups and samples were made to fit the exact shape and dimensions of the wall. Once approved, the artwork was produced as a full mosaic wall at the rear of the museum, facing the Dickies Arena.