Downtown Houston Sculpture

One perk about photo walking is you run across items you miss driving by in the car. Take this shot for example. This large sculpture, as big as it is, can be easy to miss driving by. Not to any fault of the sculpture, but the driver is looking at traffic signs, places to park, building names and more. The last item on the list is a casual look for unique art or other attractions. 

I didn’t get the name of this artwork, but its lines and vertical flow seems to mimic much of the downtown buildings and structures. Leave a comment if you know the name!

This downtown artwork uses its lines and vertical flow to mimic the downtown buildings and structures. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.


Order a print of this photo.

Leave a Reply

Read previous post:
The Big Porch at Union Station

Union Station is a place I hope to spend more time at one day. While in Washington D.C., we went there much...