Museum & Other Exhibit Displays-
Corpus Christi, Texas
A while back, I was contacted by the Texas Navy
Association. They had previously seen the 1830’s Texas
Navy display I did at the Military Forces Museum at Camp
Mabry in Austin, Texas.
They liked it a lot and wanted a similar type display
installed on the aircraft carrier USS Lexington in Corpus
After meeting with them on board the ship, I laid out a
plan of what I would like to do. They liked it and I went
My responsibilities included a 16’ long hand rail with two
gun ports supporting two of my concrete cannons with full
A shot display table with quite a few of the projectiles in
use in the early 1800’s and a full set of gun serving
It was a fun job!
With my lovely assistant’s help, we got everything made
and delivered it to Corpus Christi.
Over two days, we moved close to a ton of our display
pieces on board the Lexington and set up our display.
It turned out really nice.
It is an honor to have our artwork displayed on board such
an historical ship.
If you are ever in Corpus Christi, the ship is worth
seeing. While there, look up our 1830’s Texas navy display.
The Lexington's website is -
This is a 1 minute & 5 second long video on the install we did of the display. The video
will take 20-60 seconds to load and the player is Quick Time Player that allows you to
view videos in Internet Explorer, Chrome or Firefox. I also have this converted to a
YouTube video for you to click on if you can not see the Quick Time video download below
on your browser.
YouTube video to click on -