Art Complex Sculpture Garden
AboutThe Art Complex Sculpture Garden is located on the south side of campus, near the intersection of Sam Houston Avenue and 21st Street. A majority of the pieces are centered around the main lawn north of Building F and east of Building D. Other public art pieces can be found alongside the exterior of the other buildings within the grounds.
This metal and tire piece sits on the grassy lawn north of Building F.
Tortoise-like creatures on the lawn north of Building F.
A recent (as of 2011) piece near the northern edge of the art complex grounds.
One of two mosaic-covered benches outside the northern entrance of Building F; this one is to the west.
One of two mosaic-covered benches outside the northern entrance of Building F; this one is to the east.
A stretch of Escher-inspired mosaic pieces along the lower, northern wall of Building A.
This piece stretches north/south along the outer, lower wall of the handicap ramp outside the eastern entrance to Building D.
The mosaic mural picks up from the “Stay on the Path to Your Goals” piece (above) outside Building D, turns north-eastwardly, and ends at the northeast corner of the building.
Beside the northern entrance to Building D is the entrance to handicap ramp, where a wall has been decorated with these mosaics.
Miscellaneous art: the cement walkway between buildings C and D, a tombstone sticking out of the ground at the northern edge of Building D, and a free-standing metal piece at the southwestern corner of Building C (beside the property line of the art complex and whatever business faced Sam Houston Avenue that week).
Outside the covered work area at the southeast corner of Building C (in 2009).
The covered work area at the southeastern corner of Building C.
An entryway at southwestern corner of Building C (and some tape on the wall to the left of the door, which we weren’t sure whether was art or not but we liked it how stuck around).