A Weekend for Art

Last weekend was a busy time for Art in Downtown Houston. Both Art Crawl and Via Colori were going on.

I spent time at Art Crawl 2011 on Saturday.

Friends and photographers Jeff Narron and David Paulissen had their work on display as a part of Jomar Visions in the Hardy and Nance Street Studios.




Full Art Crawl galleries – Google+ | Flickr


Via Colori 2011 on Sunday. Below are some of the photos I took.



Full Via Colori galleries – Google+ | Flickr

It was definitely a weekend for art. The works in Art Crawl and Via Colori were AMAZING and I totally recommend both of these events for future outings.


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Tolerance Sculptures

On the corner of Allen Parkway and Montrose, in Houston, sits five interesting sculptures named Tolerance. They are made of melded metal characters that are in Latin, Greek, Arabic and several other languages. The sculptures are there to represent our city’s diversity. At night, they are lit and look amazing. Below are a few photos I took in the early morning hours.



More of my Tolerance photos can be found in my Flickr Set or Goggle+ Album.

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