Houston to unveil Owl Art Tour on March 7
HOUSTON — A Parade of Owls art tour will be unveiled in Houston during the International Festival of Owls on March 6-8 in Houston.
Besides the real owls, six metal owl sculptures created by Winona artist Howard Tomashek will be out for the event. At 11 a.m. March 7 at Houston High School, Andy Maus, executive director of the Minnesota Marine Art Museum in Winona, and others will speak about the art.
The new sculptures will join the two existing concrete mosaic owl sculptures and a recycled bicycle art owl in town to form the "Parade of Owls" art tour.
The Parade of Owl is a permanent public art exhibition that may be enjoyed year-round in Houston. It will add to the appeal of visiting the International Owl Center that will open its downtown Houston storefront center will open to the public the weekend of the Festival of Owls.