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The Artists at Sawyer Yards presents Spring Biannual Art Stroll & Sale

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Thousands of art pieces from nearly 300 Houston artists will be featured at the Spring Biannual Art Stroll & Sale hosted by the Artists at Sawyer Yards. The art studios on Houston’s largest creative campus will be open - Silver Street Studios, Spring Street Studios, Summer Street Studios, The Silos and Winter Street Studios - for visitors to meet the artists and see a fantastic array of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, glass, mosaic, photography, mixed media and jewelry.

Spring Street Studios will hold a pre-party and silent auction of one-of-a-kind birdhouse creations, benefiting the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center. Each was decorated by a Houston celebrity in partnership with a select Sawyer Yards artist. Participating pairs include Mayor Sylvester Turner/Nicola Parente; Rod Ryan of the Buzz/Taft McWhorter; sculptor David Adickes/Justin Garcia; former Mayor Annise Parker/Michael Golden; artist Sharon Kopriva/Chris Silkwood; Heights realtor Bill Baldwin/Patrick Palmer; and KPRC2 Weatherman Frank Billingsley/April Murphy. Additional benefit birdhouses, created by Sawyer Yards’ artists, will be offered throughout the evening at all the studios in support of the Houston Arboretum. After the silent auction concludes, all studios open at 5 p.m. for the stroll and sale.

Thousands of art pieces from nearly 300 Houston artists will be featured at the Spring Biannual Art Stroll & Sale hosted by the Artists at Sawyer Yards. The art studios on Houston’s largest creative campus will be open - Silver Street Studios, Spring Street Studios, Summer Street Studios, The Silos and Winter Street Studios - for visitors to meet the artists and see a fantastic array of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, glass, mosaic, photography, mixed media and jewelry.

Spring Street Studios will hold a pre-party and silent auction of one-of-a-kind birdhouse creations, benefiting the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center. Each was decorated by a Houston celebrity in partnership with a select Sawyer Yards artist. Participating pairs include Mayor Sylvester Turner/Nicola Parente; Rod Ryan of the Buzz/Taft McWhorter; sculptor David Adickes/Justin Garcia; former Mayor Annise Parker/Michael Golden; artist Sharon Kopriva/Chris Silkwood; Heights realtor Bill Baldwin/Patrick Palmer; and KPRC2 Weatherman Frank Billingsley/April Murphy. Additional benefit birdhouses, created by Sawyer Yards’ artists, will be offered throughout the evening at all the studios in support of the Houston Arboretum. After the silent auction concludes, all studios open at 5 p.m. for the stroll and sale.

Thousands of art pieces from nearly 300 Houston artists will be featured at the Spring Biannual Art Stroll & Sale hosted by the Artists at Sawyer Yards. The art studios on Houston’s largest creative campus will be open - Silver Street Studios, Spring Street Studios, Summer Street Studios, The Silos and Winter Street Studios - for visitors to meet the artists and see a fantastic array of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, glass, mosaic, photography, mixed media and jewelry.

Spring Street Studios will hold a pre-party and silent auction of one-of-a-kind birdhouse creations, benefiting the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center. Each was decorated by a Houston celebrity in partnership with a select Sawyer Yards artist. Participating pairs include Mayor Sylvester Turner/Nicola Parente; Rod Ryan of the Buzz/Taft McWhorter; sculptor David Adickes/Justin Garcia; former Mayor Annise Parker/Michael Golden; artist Sharon Kopriva/Chris Silkwood; Heights realtor Bill Baldwin/Patrick Palmer; and KPRC2 Weatherman Frank Billingsley/April Murphy. Additional benefit birdhouses, created by Sawyer Yards’ artists, will be offered throughout the evening at all the studios in support of the Houston Arboretum. After the silent auction concludes, all studios open at 5 p.m. for the stroll and sale.

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Winter Street Studios
2101 Winter St.
Houston, TX 77007
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Admission is free.
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