Notable Projects

Gilbert Beall moved on Nov. 1, 2013, to his new location on Lamar Blvd.

Posted on December 5, 2013 by Admin in general

Across the street from Central Market on N. Lamar.

Next to Taco Shack, Beall Memorial Art is located in the heart of the North Austin business district. With ample parking, customers in the market for headstones and memorials have a new convient location to visit. The location is within a few minutes of most of the major cemeteries in the area.

Beall Memorial Art offers a proven process for customers.

The process delievers a tasteful, finished project on time. We understand memorial options available to the family within the rules of specific cemeteries. We deal with over fifty types of stone and can discuss differnt finishes. lettering and design features. We can make what you want.


Ten Commandments from Original Downtown Synagogue Restored.

Posted on November 15, 2013 by Admin in general

Lost and Presumed Destroyed .

The stone tablets were hidden in storage for 50 years, before being rediscovered in 2013, They were brought to Gilbert Beall to be restored and to have a set of tablets hand carved on the back.

The Ten Commandments were brought home.

In October, 2013, the tablets were installed at the Dell campus of Congregation Agudas Achim in celebration of their 100 year history in Austin, Texas.


The Mourners are installed in Oakwood Cemetery

Posted on December 5, 2013, 2013 by Admin in general

Inspired by sculpture in Venice, Italy

Similar to sculpture Gilbert Beall saw on a trip to Venice with his wife, an idea was born to add to the Sahadi Mausoleum in Oakwood Cemetery in Austin, Texas

The Mourners are installed in Oakwood Cemetery, Austin, Texas.

In December, 2013, the bronze "Mourners" were placed on specially designed black granite bases imported from India and installed next to the Sahadi Mausoleum .