“Though not a native Texan, I have found it very easy to make it the adopted home I love – besides I married one and they don’t move easily! Texas and Texans (especially Texas women) are the epitome of “can do” – give them a challenge and they boldly step up to meet it. Yet they are friendly, welcoming and exuberant…kind of like this flower – brilliant, beautiful, enticing – but squeeze too hard and there are thorns in there!” - Dr. Nancy Dickey, Physician
This beautiful limited-edition photographic print was taken by photographer Timothy Wolcott and signed by Dr. Nancy Dickey. This print is part of the Washington on the Brazos Association’s For the Love of Texas project. For this project, the Association asked notable Texans to select their favorite photo, autograph it, and describe what they love most about Texas.
This print is available in one size as a museum-quality paper print.
About Dr. Nancy Dickey
Dr. Nancy Dickey is an American physician. Although not a native Texan, Dr. Dickey was the first female president of the Texas A&M Health Science Center. She was also the first female president of the American Medical Association.
About Timothy Wolcott
Timothy Wolcott’s photographs focus primarily on the beauty of nature. His Modernism style, along with his master printing techniques, provides a unique artistic take on photography.