It started with a picture in The Dallas Morning News: an empty patch of unruly grass covered by a sign that read YOUR DESIGN HERE.
In the front yard of a house in Tyler’s Brick Street Historic District stands what was once a dead tree.
The first rule of viewing art is almost always “do not touch.” But the mural adorning the building housing Lighthouse for the Blind is purposely designed to be explored by hand.
The tagline for the American Windmill Museum in Lubbock is “Walk Among the Giants,” which is ironic considering some of the most impressive structures on display inside the 66,000-square-foot space are itty-bitty.
Vincent Van Gogh would be thrilled.
Imagine glimpsing a painting’s true colors for the first time, just as the artist intended them.
Best French contribution to American culture? That’s a toughie: french fries or the Statue of Liberty?