When: Mon., Feb. 25, 12-1 p.m. 2019
Gary Zaboly, renowned Texas History artist, returns to the Alamo to share his art and research of the famous battle of 1836 and the Texas Revolution. In this one-hour presentation, Zaboly will focus on the Alamo Defenders. While most of the men who fought in the battle of March 6, 1836 died without a single likeness of themselves in existence, there exist descriptions from their loved ones and others. Gary uses these accounts to recreate what they might have looked like, giving us a better understanding of these determined individuals.