TRAIL OF ART

Heights Boulevard Sculpture Project

Houston, Texas

March 15, 2016 - December 15, 2016

Gus Kopriva and Chris Silkwood are pleased to announce their third curated sculpture exhibit along the esplanade of Heights Boulevard. The sculptures are in eight locations along the esplanade from the 400 block to the 1800 block.

 

The exhibits have been immensely popular to the residents and businesses within the Heights and to visitors from all over the U.S. and many international countries.  Gus and Chris invite visitors to enjoy photo opportunities alongside the sculptures, to post them on your favorite social media sites and to simply provide you with a sense of joy as you stroll, bicycle or drive the boulevard.

 

Specials thanks to committee members Jim Bennett, Simon Eyles, and Joe Turner, Executive Director of the Parks Department, Public Works and our 501C3 partner, Fresh Arts.

 

The goal of “Trail of Art” sculpture project is to organize an exhibition that is a representation of regional works of contemporary art along the esplanade for the enjoyment of our community and visitors.  Exhibits—produced by highly recognized Texas artists—will foster the understanding and advancement of art.

 

The exhibition will be in place from March 15 – December 15, 2016.  The participating artists for “Trail of Art” include Robbie Barber, Keith Crane and Chris Silkwood, Kelley Devine, David Graeve, Alex Larsen, Patrick Renner, Ariane Roesch and Kaneem Smith.

 

Kaneem Smith

Kaneem Smith

"Matriarch"

David Graeve

David Graeve

"Humanity 3072"

Keith Crane and Chris Silkwood

Keith Crane and Chris Silkwood

"Flower Power"

Kelley Devine

Kelley Devine

"Yellow Tree"

Robbier Barber

Robbier Barber

"Stroll in the Park"

Ariane Roesch

Ariane Roesch

"Achieving New Heights"

Alex Larsen

Alex Larsen

"bashing block"

Patrick Renner

Patrick Renner

"harbinger"

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