Arts InSight

Houston Artist Suzanne Sellers Discusses Creating Large-Scale Murals

Posted on · Houston artist Suzanne Sellers never let the size and scope of her imagination limit her – or her art. So she brings her ideas to life in large-scale murals, that can be seen on various buildings around town. In a recent profile on Houston Public Media’s Arts InSight, Sellers describes what makes her work unique. […]

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Mini Murals Spring Up on Houston’s Traffic Light Boxes

Posted on · If you’ve been waiting at a stoplight in southwest Houston recently, maybe you’ve noticed one of several small murals painted on the utility box that controls the traffic signal. Thirteen local artists were commissioned to treat 31 different signal boxes as their blank canvases, across Houston’s City Council District K. The first wave of these […]

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Murals on Storage Tanks Depict Images of Texas Independence

Posted on · We learn about two large murals on the sides of Shell storage tanks near Beltway 8 along Hwy 225. The murals depict scenes from the Battle of San Jacinto. Each mural measures forty feet by 140 feet. The artwork was created by Native Sun Productions, a media company based in San Antonio and Valparaiso, Ind.

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Meet the Artist Behind the ‘Love’ Murals

Posted on · Whether you realize it or not, you’ve probably seen the artwork of Wiley Robertson. If you’ve seen the word “love” on a mural on the side of a building, or seen a colorful painting on a vertical panel nailed to a telephone pole, then you’ve seen the work of the Houston-based street artist, who’s made […]

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Murals on Storage Tanks Depict Images of Texas Independence

Posted on · We learn about two large murals on the sides of Shell storage tanks near Beltway 8 along Hwy 225. The murals depict scenes from the Battle of San Jacinto. Each mural measures forty feet by 140 feet. The artwork was created by Native Sun Productions, a media company based in San Antonio and Valparaiso, Ind.

Houston Matters

Murals on Storage Tanks Depict Images of Texas Independence

Posted on · We learn about two large murals on the sides of Shell storage tanks near Beltway 8 along Hwy 225. The murals depict scenes from the Battle of San Jacinto. Each mural measures forty feet by 140 feet. The artwork was created by Native Sun Productions, a media company based in San Antonio and Valparaiso, Ind.