The Woodlands Artwork Series #1: The Dreamer

Title: The Dreamer Artist: David Phelps, 1956 – present Located in the median at the intersection of South Panther Creek and Woodlands Parkway Dimensions: 48 inches tall, 17 feet long Medium: Lost Wax Metal Casting, three piece assembly Installed 1989 The Woodlands commissioned David Phelps to build a bronze version of his mixed … [Read more...]

The Woodlands Artwork Series #6: The Family

by Charles Pebworth 40 feet tall, 15 feet wide, 15 feet long Painted Metal, welded construction This fascinating sculpture sits at the entrance to The Woodlands on Woodlands Park Drive, greeting visitors and new members of community. This piece is the first outdoor sculpture purchased for The Woodlands, created by Houston artist and … [Read more...]

The Woodlands Artwork Series #2: The Rise of the Midgard Serpent

Perhaps the most recognizable piece of sculptural art in The Woodlands, "The Rise of the Midgard Serpent" by Marc Rosenthal has become an artistic icon of our community and the mascot of Woodlands whimsy. In 2010 The Woodlands celebrated the 20th anniversary of this piece. The sculpture, originally located on the shore of Buffalo Bayou in Houston, … [Read more...]