All that's left is some pink paint from the pig.
"Robert Garrison" was an United States/American sculptor. He was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Garrison studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia and with Gutzon Borglum. He made his home in Denver, Colorado where he served on the faculty of the University of Denver and some of his work can be found.
Garrison worked mainly in stone and bronze. In 1919 he moved to Denver and became a Director of the Denver Academy of Applied Art. During his tenure there he taught modeling, drawing and applied design. While in Denver he became acquainted with George William Eggers, the Director of the Denver Art Museum and president of the Municipal Art Commission of Denver.
Garrison received commissions for many of Denver's architectural ornaments in the 1920s, including works for the Ideal
Building, Midland Savings Building, National Jewish Hospital’s B'nai B'rith Building, Park Hill Branch
Library, Denver University’s football stadium, and South High School.More Robert Garrison on Wikipedia.
Everyone is asking us where the pig is at.
My mind was made up I was going to commit to one of them, but I felt like I could play at a higher level. So I held off [committing].
It was one of the happiest moments, it was like a dream come true.
I think about him every night. I'm going to wear his number now: 25.
The week after, one of my coaches said 'UConn likes you a lot,' and I was like, 'Whatever,'.
I want to start and so does he. Craig is better without the ball and coming off picks and shooting the ball. I'm a better pure point guard. I can set up my man, penetrate and dish.
They've told me to mature really fast on the court and play with a lot of experience, because it's pretty much me and Craig until at least January. We're the only two point guards on the team for at least the first half of the season.
We did fairly well considering we've only had most of the girls for about a week and the Texas schools were in their third or fourth meet.