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1900 STORM MEMORIAL
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Commissioned by the Galveston Commission for the Arts and installed in 2000, David W. Moore's bronze sculpture is a monument to the victims and survivors of the 1900 Storm, which killed in excess of 6,000 Galvestonians.

David Moore passed away at the age of 80 in 2001. He left his mark on the island he loved with beautiful sculptures made from wood, terra cotta, and various metals.

David Moore also produced other notable pieces around Galveston Island including:

  • The Heron at the 1859 Ashton Villa
  • Young Girl with Turtle at the Rosenberg Library
  • Boy with Seagulls at Gaido's Restaurant