Historic Houston Buildings Come along with me and learn about the Esperson Buildings in the central business district of downtown Houston. The first building originated as a commemorative. This memorial became the tallest building in all of Texas as well as west of the Mississippi River. It ranked as the third-largest in all of America […]
Linocut Art One day a congregant from St. Matthew Lutheran Church wandered into the Museum of Printing History in Houston, Texas. She noticed a framed linocut print that I had created of her church. It was hanging on the wall in the gift shop. She contacted me and long story short…they now have the right […]
M-K-T Railroad Museum This small but impressive little M-K-T Railroad Museum and park also serves as the Information and Tourist Center for visitors to Katy, Texas. The location is 5615 First Street, Katy, Texas 77493. Hours of operation are 9am to 3pm Monday through Friday and 10am to 2pm on Saturday. What makes this park […]
St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Galveston is certainly an attraction if only to see the beautiful architecture. It is another one of noted architect Nicolas J. Clayton’s designs of which he had more than a passing interest. He was a parishioner of this parish.
The focus of this article is Eaton Memorial Chapel + shows my original linocut print. It will also concern itself with hurricanes on Galveston Island including the “storm of the century” in 1900. This church is a historic beauty!