Burnet sculptor Eduardo Rivera-Torres with his sculpture ‘Regular’ at Falls Creek Skatepark in Marble Falls in 2018. Two more of the artist's sculptures will be unveiled at the park on Sept. 12, 2023. File photo
The Falls Creek Skatepark “Regular” has company. Burnet sculptor Eduardo Rivera-Torres created two new sculptures to go along with his 7-foot skateboarding stick figure at the Marble Falls park, 900 Yett St. An unveiling is at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Elevate Family Church of Marble Falls will host a back-to-school bash at the park afterward with a shoe giveaway and skateboarding contest. Drummer George Smith will entertain the crowd.
“Regular” was installed at Falls Creek Skatepark in 2018. Rivera-Torres, a self-taught sculptor, intended the piece as a homage to skateboarding, another of his passions.
The Marble Falls Economic Development Corp. commissioned the new art pieces.
The 12,000-square-foot park, which opened in 2010, is a favorite among local skaters for its unique features, including the Parthenon Loop, Double-Dorito Hip, Bowless Corner, and Rainbow Rail.