Visual Arts

Take Your Next Selfie Along Heights Boulevard

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Photo by Gary Griffin
Eagle Plane, 2016, by artist Noah Edmundson, is located on the esplanade at 400 Heights Boulevard.
Remember Paul Kittelson's oversized "Lawn Chairs," Joe Barrington's "Sock Monkey" and Robbier Barber's mid-century camper turned baby carriage in "Stroll in the Park"? In what has become one of our favorite annual traditions, the Heights Boulevard Sculpture Project is back with another touch of whimsy.

On the heels of 2014's True North, 2015's True South and 2016's Trail of Art, this year's Art Trek delivers smiles, selfie opportunities and a reason to get outside and enjoy the Heights Boulevard esplanade. It's the last year for curators Gus Kopriva (Redbud Gallery) and artist/activist Chris Silkwood; they're passing the baton to the Houston Heights Association for next year's exhibit.

Art Trek - 4th Annual Heights Boulevard Sculpture Project remains up through December 30, 2017, between the 400 and 1800 blocks of Heights Boulevard.