Hanna Springs Sculpture Garden is located in Campbell Park in Lampasas, Texas. The park itself is owned by the City of Lampasas.
The idea of a sculpture garden was inspired by local artist Nancy Gray. The project/garden was dedicated on July 8, 2005. In September 2005, under the direction of Ms. Gray, with support from the community, and with stone provided by Bill Mezger, three Artists carved their sculpture on site; David Hickman's "Portal to the Springs", Carolann Haggard's "Lampasas Furniture" and TJ Mabrey's "IV Florae for Flora", which are the foundation pieces of their garden.
This project has been embraced by the community, and additional sculptures has been purchased (via donations) or donated (by artists) to the park. LAFTA currently has a total of 24 permanent pieces of sculpture in the garden and around Lampasas. There will be 5 new sculptures added to the park on September 16, 2022. There are normally 5 to 6 pieces that are placed in the park for one year under a contract with the artist.