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Public Art at UH Sugar Land

The University of Houston Sugar Land is home to several pieces of the University’s Public Art Collection.

  • Artwork in building lobby

    Brazos Trace, Liz Ward, Rob Ziebel, Anthony Thompson Shumate (2006)

    The inspiration for Brazos Trace is the Brazos River, a major geographical feature adjacent to the campus. The curving panels of the piece create the visual effect of a river descending through the atrium space. The river-like panels are patterned with images relating to the cultural and natural history of the Brazos.

    This piece is located in the atrium of the George Building.

  • Framed pictures of animals

    Group of 14 Torch Drawings, Helen Altman (2001-2012)

    This collection of drawings were made by using a blow torch as a drawing tool, scorching lines into paper, creating soft and remarkably detailed images of Texas animals.

    This piece is located on the first floor of Brazos Hall.

  • Silver metalic sculpture outside a brown building

    Pastoral, Lin Emery (2011)

    This 15-foot-tall kinetic sculpture stands outside of Brazos Hall. It is made out of polished aluminum and stainless steel ad moves in the wind. It utilizes a sophisticated system of bearings to ensure smooth and random movement within the individual parts. The leaf-like forms seem to disappear in the sky and will reflect the surrounding brick, concrete and trees, while at the same time reflecting the sun’s light against the ground and building.

  • Artwork of shapes and color

    Too Much To Say, Lance Letscher (2014)

     

Student Artwork

Digital media students submit their semester’s work to the program’s Student Showcase. Visit the site to see examples of student print, web design, photography, audio, video, animation, ePublishing and packaging projects.