Texas iconoclasts strike abstract monument in San Angelo

The town of San Angelo, known for putting public sculpture in uncommon places, was struck by vandals as Pigeon Holed, a 1000-pound stone slab by sculptor David Cornell sited outside the San Angelo Museum of Art was reported smashed on the night of May 27. Quoted on the Go San Angelo website,  Howard Taylor, the museum’s director, saw the silver lining:  “downtown itself is becoming a much livelier place,” he said.

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