Enjoy art in the wild.
Hike or bike around Long Cove and see intriguing works from Texas artists. Dallas sculptor Brad Oldham created 15-foot-tall White Rabbit. Lance Rigby took a chainsaw to a stump and carved a pair of eagles battling over a fish. Houston artist Tim Glover created a monument honoring his daughter and the human spirit. Craig and Jan Blackmon designed an LED-lit orb from industrial piping called Sphaira. John Brough Miller took to the sky with a winged sculpture. Eyecon Studio painted the biggest Adirondack chair you’ll ever sit in and Joe Barrington sculpted a way bigger than life steel longhorn skull. Marshall Cunningham celebrated the beauty within with a steel and glass conch shell titled Cache del Mar. Jon Flaming designed the Corten dock animals that ring Henderson Bay. Eliseo Garcia carved the history of the land around Long Cove in six massive limestone blocks. And we Longcovian-sourced the coolest places in the world for our Geopole. All along the trails you’ll find poetry stanzas etched in stone at each quarter mile — a little inspiration to take the road less traveled. More Texas artworks pop up every season.