Ornament at the Texas State Capital in Austin!

  • This year I was asked by our state representative, Larry Phillips to design a christmas ornament for the House of Representative Christmas tree in the state capital in Austin.

    Please see related story below!

    Neblett Art Teacher Designs Ornament for State Capitol

    Neblett Art Teacher Beth Hubbert was honored to design the Christmas tree ornament to represent District 62 for the House of Representatives tree that is in the House Chamber at the Texas Capitol in Austin. “I consider that an honor for me, and also as a teacher for Sherman ISD!” said Hubbert. According the website for the Texas House of Representatives, the tree will be on display from Dec. 4 through Jan. 3 and showcase the distinct nature of every House district to the thousands of Capitol visitors who enjoy the ornaments each year. All ornaments are photographed and descriptions of their individual significance will be compiled into an album so that visitors to the House Chamber and House website can enjoy each ornament’s unique story.


    I had a little fun editing the photo I took in one of my iPad apps!

    You can click on the link and see the actual ornament along with the others from 2013 and years past.  http://www.house.state.tx.us/resources/holiday-ornaments/

    You will need to scroll down to District 62 to see the ornament I designed.