Art can take many forms. Some of it is wearable; some pieces are for viewing only, and in other cases, it is also utilitarian. In the historic downtown of Rosenberg, we can thank the Rosenberg Arts Alliance for the idea of having artistically-painted benches installed throughout a six-block area.
Vietnam War Memorial This Vietnam War Memorial is in the middle of a shopping center parking lot in Houston off of Bellaire Boulevard. The address is 11360 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, Texas 77072. It is a touching tribute to the United States soldiers as well as civilians who fought and endured the sufferings of that war, […]
Collaborative Art Project Open the Door was a collaborative art project between French artists and those from Texas. The painted doors were in a total of nineteen locations throughout Houston. Eagle-eyed readers of my articles might have spotted some of these doors in the post already written about the massive mural titled Preservons la Creation. […]
James Surls Sculpture The James Surls Sculpture titled “Tree and Three Flowers” is just south of Westheimer Road. That address is 2727 Kirby Drive, Houston, Texas 77098. The Surls sculpture is another example of the beautiful representation of public art seen in so many places in and around the Houston Metro Area. It certainly adds […]
Friendly Texans It seems very fitting that this “Greetings from Houston” mural exists. Indeed, it is a warm salutation! It appears almost as if an old-timey postcard is plastered onto the side of a building in the Houston Heights. According to a recent Travel and Leisure magazine, Houston, Texas was voted the second most friendly […]