Calling all art lovers! Sugar Land is comprised of beautiful artwork throughout the city for all of those who find art intriguing and fascinating. Uncover hidden gems from historical sculptures to paintings and mosaic artworks to traffic box public arts projects. Sugar Land’s growing art scene offers visitors exciting things to see and do throughout the city.
Visitors can go to the Sugar Land Art Center & Gallery, where admission into this local artist collective is free. Space operates not only as a gallery but also as a working artist studio. The Sugar Land Art Center & Gallery also offers adult and children’s art classes in a variety of disciplines and has an on-site gift shop. Visitors can also stop by the Sugar Land Heritage Museum & Visitor Center to view a historical timeline and paintings by local artist, Ange Hillz showcasing Sugar Land’s history, global community, and events. The Sugar Land Heritage Museum & Visitor Center also provides free admission and hosts several cultural art-themed exhibits throughout the year.
Sugar Land is home to several kinetic sculptures including a sculpture by artist, Lyman Whitaker of Whiatker Studio at the entrance of Sugar Land Regional Airport. According to Whitaker, “The twist and flow of this installation, VorTEX, gives the observer a chance to check into the weather before taking flight at Sugar Land Regional Airport. Its job is to connect the viewer to the surrounding natural elements.” Lastly, visit the sculpture, Fourth Charm by artist Clark Murray at the plaza adjacent to the Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land, on loan by the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
Oyster Creek Park Art
You can find the Open the Door art installation by Leonardo Aguilar at Oyster Creek Park, as well as amazing bronze statues depicting everyday life dotted through its walking trails. Enjoy nature while your gaze at the colorful displays and don’t forget to snap some pics.
Discover The Most Colorful Traffic Box Wraps
Art is always sweeter in Sugar Land! The City of Sugar Land Cultural Arts Department collaborated with local artists to design images that centered around a “Sweet Things” theme. As you're driving around town you may notice colorful traffic box displays at every stop showcasing literal interpretations of sweet things like cakes and other dessert favorites, while others showcase Sugar Land’s sweet history and present-day attractions located along Hwy 90A between Interstate Hwy 59 and Hwy 6. These unique traffic box wraps were designed to help beautify the right-of-the-way, give visitors a memorable welcome, and brighten drives for commuters. Check out more photos to get a full glimpse.
After seeing all that artwork, you’ll probably be inspired to create some of your own! Sugar Land also has many places to create different kinds of art. Some of these places are The Rustic Brush, Pinot’s Palette, and The Artsy Soul. Visit one of these locations and get your creative juices flowing.
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