Latest addition to public art collection installed at UH-Clear Lake
The latest addition to the
public art collection for the UH System comes from a familiar
face at the University of Houston-Clear Lake campus.
Sandria Hu, a professor of art at UH-Clear Lake since 1975,
created “Archeological White and Black.” The abstract painting,
which measures 4 feet by 13 feet, was installed March 23 on the
second floor of the Student Services Building.
Mike Guidry, the curator of the
Public Art Collection for the
UH System, said the piece, like all of Hu’s work, references
“It is abstracted imagery, but she looks at all the details of
the landscape. She looks at everything from the dirt to the
trees and digests all of that and puts in into her work,” Guidry
The Percent for the Art program
was established in 1966 and earmarks 1 percent of the
construction budget for every new UH System building to go
toward funding art.