Six Public Sculptures in Texas to See Before You Die by Glasstire August 24, 2014 0FacebookTwitterGoogle +PinterestEmail Ant Farmcadillac ranchdavid adickesDean RuckDubuffetMartin Creedmichael heizer8 comments previous post Asa Hursh Named Art Alliance Austin’s New Director next post Art on the Water in Houston’s East End You may also like Christopher Blay: “Satellites” at CentralTrak September 11, 2014 I LIKE TO WATCH TV February 26, 2015 The Pervert’s Guide To Ideology January 8, 2014 Cydonia: Ex-Y. New Dallas Gallery Enters the Fray... October 22, 2014 A Shot of Whisky, a Waste of Talent,... March 25, 2016 The Texas Contemporary Fair in 48 Photos October 21, 2013Gray Matter May 19, 2012Hills Snyder Steps Down: Anjali Gupta to be... November 15, 2014 Annabeth Rosen at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston October 4, 2017 MMMMMMMMM March 14, 20158 comments Moe Profane August 25, 2014 - 15:17Someone kill me now cuz I don’t really want to see any of those. Reply 34% MORE PAPER August 25, 2014 - 22:23Omgggg roadtriiiippppp. Do you do tours ? Those buried cars are just sooo zany! I mean, they are like buried! Like carhenge! Zonkers! Reply Rainey Knudson August 27, 2014 - 10:31Hi 34%, we could totally put together a tour for you! That would be fun.Oh wait — were you just kidding? Reply Marshall Harris August 27, 2014 - 09:01A request concerning the “Top Lists” be they events or public art etc. It would be nice to hear the reasoning behind the choices, not to dispute the recommendations but to give some objectivity to the choices made. For instance “We like the bubbly river thing because of it’s playfulness and serendipitous surprise.” or ” We like the big pink granite things because that their sheer mass, like a Richard Serra work, makes you feel small, like an ant playing on a giants picnic table.” Then I can get excited about what turns you guys on about the works as well as experiencing the works for myself. Just a suggestion. Reply Doris Murdock August 27, 2014 - 11:17Appreciated Bill’s parkour-inspired approach to 45-90-180 Reply kate edwards August 27, 2014 - 14:35Any chance Glasstire could publish a list, not just the video? Reply joel Sampson August 29, 2014 - 22:29Fun, and a couple I did not know about. Reply Terry Mahaffey August 31, 2014 - 07:06Small correction Bill: Sam Houston is not from Texas. He was born in rural western Virginia and came to Texas (actually fled to Texas to escape a legal judgement) when he was nearly forty years old. Died in Huntsville. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplySave my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.