Art Trek – 2017 Heights Boulevard Sculpture Project | March 8 – December 2017
“Flower of Life”, 2017 (photo by Gary Griffin)
Curated by Gus Kopriva and Chris Silkwood
Parente created a kinetic sculpture that spans 6 feet wide and stands 10 feet tall located in the 600 block of Heights Boulevard running trail. According to Parente “The Flower of Life is a sacred geometry symbol that represents what Houston is all about. Opportunity and growth is all around us. Whether your native or a transplant, Houston welcomes all. This welcoming attitude is what makes Houston such a diverse city. The culture of Houston is ever-evolving which leads to infinite amounts of opportunity, hence the flower of life”.
LOBBY 3D SCULPTURE
Nicola Parente created this 40 ft wide by 7 ft tall installation for the lobby of Superior Energy new offices.