Heights Blvd. Art-on Display Again

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Heights Blvd. Art

Art can be seen all over the Heights. It is found in yards and galleries in the area. For the 4th consecutive year, Heights Blvd. art makes an appearance.

This year’s Art Trek again shows us why we love the Heights. Just walk down Heights Boulevard and enjoy the large pieces on exhibit until December of this year. Previous exhibits were Trail of Art, 2016; True South, 2015; and the original True North, 2014.

Redbud Gallery’s Gus Kopriva and artist Chris Silkwood have been curators and driving force making this happen. Next year they plan on passing the torch to the Houston Heights Association to continue it.

Heights Blvd. art - Mollusca

Mollusca – by Jon Clark

Heights Blvd. Art -Texas  Horny Toad

Texas Horny Toad – by Dylan Connor

Art on Heights Blvd-Above Muddy Water

Above Muddy Water – by Randall Mosman

There are 8 pieces on exhibit for you to walk by or bring your kids for art that can be touched. I just showed 3. I did not photograph Humpty Dumpty in a dress because it creeps me out. You must visit it yourself.
This exhibit runs through December of 2017. It is between 18th St, down to 4th St, on Heights Blvd.
The art will be on sale at the end of the exhibit with 20% of the proceeds going to fund future projects.

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