Our goal is to place life-size bronze sculptures in Tombstone, AZ to commemorate the movie and history of Tombstone. This will serve to increase tourism, allowing folks to literally walk among the legends. The sculptures will be placed at various locals.
About the Artist - Larry Gay: Larry grew up in the mountains of Colorado and Montana. He has participated in major art shows throughout the country since 1987, and he has won numerous awards for sculpture as he has traveled. These would include Best of Show at Trails West Show in 1992 and 1993, Best of Show Bronze at Silver State Art Exhibition in Las Vegas in 1993, People’s Choice Award at Northwest Territorial Art Show in 1993, People’s Choice at the Puyallup Fine Arts Exhibition in 1993, People’s Choice for Bronze at Safari Club International in Chicago in 1994, People’s Choice for sculpture at the Silver State Art Exhibition in Las Vegas in 1994, and People’s Choice Overall at the 25th annual National Western Art Show and Auction in Ellensburg, WA in 1997. Larry has also received the Best of Show Sculpture award at the Celebration of Western Art in 1997. In 2000 he received the coveted Kinney Family Wildlife Award at the National Western Art Show and Auction in Ellensburg, WA. In July of 2006 Larry won Best of Show Sculpture at the St Paul Wild West Art Show.
Larry has donated works to many various charitable organizations and has helped raise well over $100,000 for them over the years.
Larry holds a BA degree with highest honors from Grand Canyon University in Biblical Studies. In 2005 he received his Master of Theology degree and in 2013 he completed his dissertation to receive his Doctor of Theology degree.
In 2007 Larry was admitted into MENSA, the high IQ society. The next two years, 2008 and 2009, Larry was listed in Marquis’s Who’s Who in America and in 2012 became an associate member of the American Bar Association.