Are you an art enthusiast? If so, you’ve got to explore the mural art scene in Sugar Land, which can be found within our lush beautiful parks and shopping centers. These artistic creations pay homage to the city’s roots and are inspired by its wildlife, flora and history. Plan your own mural tour and learn more about these masterpieces.
Take a photo of the QR code on the adjacent wall and watch the mural come to life!
“Sugar Rush” Mural
Artist: Anat Ronen | Located at the Lone Star Garage at Sugar Land Town Square
The “Sugar Rush” mural honors the city’s history of sugar production. The spice rack filled with candy jars is a must photo spot when visiting the “Sweetest City in Texas”. Witness the mural come to life by using the camera on your smartphone to capture the QR code on the adjacent wall. What happens when you do that? You’ll have to visit it for yourself and find out!
The ”Together” Mural is a great photo spot when hanging out at The Lawn at First Colony Mall!
Artist: Alicia Danzig | Location The Lawn at First Colony Mall
This bright and bold “Together” mural is the perfect complement to The Lawn space at First Colony Mall. The word “Together” was appropriate to decorate and describe the area for the community.
Donkeeboy hit it out of the park with his interpretation of The Space Cowboys!
Sugar Land Space Cowboys Mural
The mural, created by well-known Houston muralist Donkeeboy celebrates the minor league baseball team and its Triple-A Affiliate status to the Houston Astros. The baseball team formerly known as The Skeeters fuses the team’s Space City and Texas roots to create its new namesake: The Sugar Land Space Cowboys. Watch them batter up at Constellation Field during the baseball season, which runs from April through September.
The “Birds” Mural is inspired by the well-known bird-watching activity at Cullinan Park
“Birds” “Butterflies” and Blooms” Mural Series
The City of Sugar Land, in partnership with non-profit Hope for the Day (HFTD), commissioned three Project Hope murals at Cullinan Park, Sugar Land Memorial Park and Brazos State Park. Their purpose was to raise awareness about mental health education. All murals contain a QR code which, once accessed with your cellphone camera, gives the user mental health resources and information. Their goal was to eliminate the mental health stigma that arose during the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, the artist honored the flora and wildlife of each park location in her artistic creations.
Mural panels were designed (from left to right) by Samson Adenugba, Rhonda Radford and Dandee Warhol.
“Diversity over Division” at the University of Houston Sugar Land Mural
Artists: Ami Mehta, Dandee Warhol, Laura Cano Lopez, Rhonda Radford Adams, Samson Adenugba, Tony Parana under the direction of Reginald Adams | Location: Installed on the east windows of the University of Houston at Sugar Land’s Brazos Hall, across from the University Branch Library.
The Sugar Land Office of Economic Development sponsored the “Diversity Over Division” Mural to celebrate the cultural diversity within the Fort Bend Community. The mural is installed across 16 window panels and features illustrations from six international artists. The piece is a collaboration of a variety of artists to make one celebratory unified piece. Similarly, the art piece speaks to the value of appreciating how differences can unite us.
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