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Art Collection at Fort Worth/Sundance Square Location
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Danny Jones

Rocky

Hit and Run
Bill Nebecker
Number 28 of 30

Bullish
Greg Kelsey
Number 8 of 50

Nice Rack
Number 18 of 50

Will Rogers Sculpture and Tower
Danny Jones
2005

M.L. Leddy's
Danny Jones
2008

Modern Art Museum
Danny Jones
2008

Amon Carter Museum
Danny Jones
2010

Cattlemen's Steakhouse
Danny Jones
2010

Northside Coliseum & Bill Pickett Sculpture
Danny Jones
2011

Texas Christian University
Danny Jones
2011

Colonial Country Club & The Ben Hogan Statue
Danny Jones
2012

Worthington National Bank's Sundance Square location is home to an incredible art collection. Emily Guthrie Smith, who taught at TCU, painted the largest piece, entitled The Branding Room (shown below). This painting once hung in the old dining area of Fort Worth's Western Hills Hotel and was saved from the 1968 fire which destroyed the Western Hills Hotel.


The Branding Room
Emily Guthrie Smith (Am. 1909-1986)
1951

Our downtown Fort Worth location also showcases many pieces of art by Xiang Zhang. Born in the year of the horse, Zhang grew up in China. He came to the United States to study art and received his Masters in Fine Art from Tulane University. He traveled to Fort Worth and went to The Four Sixes Ranch, where he asked if he could watch the cowboys.  He knew nothing about the ranch or the ranch's owner - Burk Burnett, the original owner of the restored Burk Burnett Building. Coincidentally, all of Zhang's paintings at our bank are from his experience at Burk Burnett's The Four Sixes Ranch.

Head 'em up, Move 'em out
Xiang Zhang
1999

Worthington National Bank recently expanded at its Sundance Square location, renovating the second floor in the historic Burk Burnett Building. This floor houses a collection of watercolors created by a local Fort Worth artist, Danny Jones. CEO Greg Morse commissioned Jones to create twelve paintings, each to capture a unique Fort Worth image or landmark, including Bass Hall, the Tarrant County Courthouse, the Downtown Post Office, the Kimbell Art Museum, the Amon Carter Museum, the Modern Art Museum, the Colonial Country Club, Texas Christian University and the Will Rogers statue in Fort Worth's Cultural District.


Will Rogers
Danny Jones
2007

The remaining collection at this branch includes additional pieces by Smith, Zhang and Jones, plus work by other artists, including Betty Nash and Kenneth Wyatt.  You'll even find a saddle that once belonged to Amon Carter.

Cowboy
Delefield


Let's Go
Paul Vank Ginkel
2002

Sunday Afternoon Game
Betty Nash
1993

The Duke
Simi
2006

Quittin' Time
Xiang Zhang
1998


Let's Get a Cup
Xiang Zhang
1998

So?
Xiang
Zhang
1999

Head 'em up, Move 'em out
Xiang Zhang
1999

Boys are Back in Town
Xiang
Zhang
1990

Bass Hall
Danny Jones
2007

Tarrant County Court House
Danny Jones
2007

The Bent Knee
Kenneth Wyatt
1976

Saddle once owned by Amon Carter

A Hurried Side Trip
Harry W. Brunk

Cross Cut
Harry W. Brunk

Headed for the Tail and Uncut
Harry W. Brunk

Post Office
Danny Jones

Kimball Museum
Danny Jones

Native Son
Tom Moss
Bronze

The Taco Kid
Rick Jackson
Bronze

The Signature
Greg Kelsey
Bronze

Battle of Wills
Jeff Gottfried
Bronze