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The artwork located in and around the GSSC speaks to the value of the creative component in higher education learning. Quality pieces, paintings and more provide a little something for everyone.

Jack Williamson Mural

The Jack Williamson Mural is located at the top of the main staircase leading from the lobby to the second floor in the center of the building. This mural depicts science fiction author Jack Williamson's life including his traveling by covered wagon to southern Roosevelt County in 1915, all the way up to his life as an author. In the mural, he's pictured with the lead character in his first story, The Metal Man, published in 1928. His last novel, Stonehenge Gate, was released in 2005. His complete bibliography includes:

Jack Williamson Mural

Corona

Artist: Greg Reiche
Sandstone, glass and steel
121”h x 18”w x 10”d

corona

Gamma Grass Giants

Artist: Owen William Fritts
Aluminum, granite
24’x 12’x 10’

gramma grass giants

Tall Drink of Water

Artist: Suzanne Kane
Tall Drink of Water
Welded steel with stoneware ceramics
7’ x 3’ x 3’

tall drink of water

The Hive

Artist: Taylor Dale
Wood with metal base
27" x 12" x 12"

the hive

Wind Harp

Artist: Ross Barrable
Stainless Steel harp, titanium strings; weathered steel base
13’ x 24" x 19"

wind harp