Author: Bill Davenport

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Memorial Park Master Plan Unveiled in Houston

Houston’s Memorial Park, haven of joggers, turtles and squirrels, is the subject of a twenty-year master plan, unveiled yesterday by representatives of Memorial Park Conservancy, […]

Memorial Park Master Plan Unveiled in Houston

Amon Carter’s Photo Archives Go Digital

Fort Worth’s Amon Carter Museum has just finished digitizing all the prints in their archives of eight important American photographers, putting more than 35,00 images […]

Carlotta M. Corpron; Bisymmetric Design, 1944

TX Contemporary Cycle-O-Rama

With last weekend scrapped by the Labor Day holiday, the weekend of September 5-6-7, 2014 had to do double-duty for gallery openings; and with the […]

TX Contemporary Cycle-O-Rama

Old Times on the Island

The premise for William Powhida and Jade Townsend’s show was exciting: build a Wild West town complete with saloon, jail, newspaper office and tent revival […]

Old Times on the Island

Glasstire Hacked! CAMH Artist’s Rogue Post

At 9:22 a.m. on Friday, August 22, Houston artist and Glasstire contributor Carrie Marie Schneider used her access to Glasstire’s website to insert a guerilla […]

Glasstire Hacked! CAMH Artist’s Rogue Post

Sculpture Train: Hermann Park

Since George R. Hermann gifted Hermann Park to Houston in 1914, it has become a bonanza of amenities. The zoo, the lake, and the miniature […]

Sculpture Train: Hermann Park

Splendid Esplanades

After half the summer, I finally saw all the sculptures that make up True North, the inaugural show of temporary public art along the Heights […]

Splendid Esplanades

Helen Ann Rasplicka 1935-2014

Helen Ann Rasplicka, a founding member of the San Antonio Calligrapher’s Guild died on July 23, 2014. Rasplicka moved to San antonio in 1975. She […]

Helen Ann Rasplicka 1935-2014