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FROM DOWNTOWN TO THE THIRD WARD AND BEYOND Public art is a huge part of Houstonians’ everyday lives. As the fourth largest city in the nation, one can only imagine the wide range of public art that is available. We have highlighted a few pieces in this article that we hope you enjoy. We also invite you to learn even more about each piece featured by visiting johndaughtery.com. 1. Virtuoso, 1988 David Adickes, Smith and Prairie Photo by Cortney Martin 2. The Lindley Fish, 2015 Matt Gifford, Smither Park Photo by Nancy Walkup 2.

3. Big Bubble, 1998 Dean Ruck Buffalo Bayou, Button to activate located on Seven Wonders Pillar Photo by Ray Vybiral

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4. Sam Houston Monument 1925 Enrico Filiberto Cerrachio Hermann Park 5. Butterflies, 2010 Dixie Friend Gay Metro Northline Boundary Station 6. Geometric X Mouse, 1971 Claes Thure Oldenburg McKinney and Bagby Photo by Madeleine Keogh

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7. The Statue of Four Lies, 2010 Jack Massing and Michael Galbreth University of Houston, Main Campus Photo by Michael S. Guidry 8. Radiant Fountains, 2010 Dennis Oppenheim George Bush Intercontinental Airport, John F. Kennedy Blvd. Photo: Houston Arts Alliance 9. Untitled, 2016, model of the mobile, by Ed Wilson, to be placed in the central atrium of the George R. Brown Convention Center Photo by Bruce Bennett

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10. Houston Bayou, 2002 Dixie Friend Gay George Bush Intercontinental Airport Photo by Samra Thompson

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11. Wings over Water, 2016 O’Connell+Creative Machines Avenida de las Americas Rendering: Courtesy of George R. Brown Convention Center

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12. Stilt Houses, 2005 Justin Berry University of Houston, Downtown Campus Photo by Michael S. Guidry

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The Magazine, Fall 2016  

John Daugherty, Realtors is pleased to present another edition of The Magazine, showcasing fine homes in Houston and the surrounding areas,...

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