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True North 2019 Sculpture Exhibit

True North 2019: Sculpture Exhibit in The Heights

Posted: August 30, 2019 at 4:40 pm   /   Recent Posts, Sculptures

True North 2019 This annual sculpture exhibit titled True North 2019 is the sixth one since its origination in the year 2014.  Every year eight prominent artists are selected to feature their original sculptures for nine months. Located in the Houston Heights along Heights Boulevard, these sculptures delight and perhaps amaze passersby with their originality […]

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Carter Ernst sculpture titled "Pointing North"

Carter Ernst Dog Sculpture in “True North” Exhibit

Posted: January 12, 2017 at 5:56 pm   /   Art & Culture, Did You Know?, Sculptures

Who is Carter Ernst? This University of Houston graduate with a BFA in painting and her Master of Fine Arts in sculpture has created a supersized fiberglass dog sculpture covered in all sorts of various fabrics and mediums much like a patchwork quilt. Carter Ernst loves to use faux fabrics in her creations, which include […]

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"From the Hood to the Heights" sculpture by Patrick Medrano

Patrick Medrano Sculpture in “True North” Exhibit

Posted: December 5, 2016 at 3:50 pm   /   Art & Culture, Sculptures

“True North” Sculpture Exhibit in Houston This unique ark-like sculpture, circa 2014, had the title “From the Hood to the Heights” by Houston artist Patrick Medrano.  It was a part of the temporary “True North” sculpture exhibit found on the Heights Boulevard esplanade along with the seven other sculptures by other well known Houston artists. […]

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"Ourglass" sculpture by Dean Ruck

Dean Ruck creates “Ourglass” ~ Houston Sculpture Exhibit

Posted: October 14, 2016 at 5:19 pm   /   Art & Culture, Did You Know?, Sculptures

“Ourglass” Sculpture by Dean Ruck Do you see an artistic version of an hourglass in this mirrored sculpture created by Dean Ruck, an exclamation point or something else? Dean Ruck’s name for the sculptural piece was “Ourglass,” and that title could have several meanings. This fifteen-foot high sculpture reflected fractured images of our city on […]

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Dan Havel Public Art: “Wildlife Sanctuary”

Posted: September 26, 2016 at 6:55 pm   /   Art & Culture, Did You Know?, Sculptures

What Was This? What appeared to be a portion of a partially submerged church by Dan Havel was certainly an attention grabber! It was the first sculpture seen as one headed north on the esplanade of Heights Boulevard off of Interstate 10.  Many people got to see it during the temporary “True North” public art […]

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