Phase II traffic box wraps were installed in 2019 with designs inspired by the theme “Sugar Land Everywhere.” All wraps are designed by artists local to the Sugar Land or Houston Metro area. See below for a complete list of Phase II artwork locations and the inspiration behind each artist’s design.
Peter Allbritton Sugar Molecule
Location: Town Center Blvd N. at Mall Ring Rd.
"Digging deeper into the molecular structure of sugar, which was the founding industry for the city, was the inspired approach to this compelling image. The microscopic sugar crystals reveal a rich diversity of form and color, all coalescing to form a singular gesture. Reflective of the diversity of Sugar Land itself, the scientific structure is inherently harmonized."
Debra Jann Hall Heintschel Rescued
Location: Commonwealth Blvd. at University Blvd.
"This playful box was inspired by the Sugar Land Animal Shelter Petopia. Many residents, friends and family have adopted, or ‘Rescued,’ loving wonderful pets."
Joy Chandler Love is Everywhere!
Location: Lexington Blvd. at University Blvd.
"This piece represents the "Love" of our community with sign language elements. You find it in our parks, schools and in our neighborhoods."
Debra Jann Hall Heintschel The Fountain
Location: Lexington Blvd. at Sweetwater Blvd.
"The Fountain was inspired by Sweetwater Boulevard’s beautiful fountain in the roundabout at Sweetwater Country Club."
Sylvia Morgan Sugar Land Clock Tower
Location: HWY 59 at First Colony Blvd./Sweetwater Blvd.
"When I saw how nice our Town Center is, it occurred to me that I should take photographs of City Hall. Sugar Land history is important! The clock tower is a lot more impressive when captured by itself."
Ksenia Annis Hello, Sunshine
Location: Colony Square at First Colony Blvd.
"I love how urban and natural environments exist side by side in Sugar Land. I wanted to bring even more color to the streets with my design. Daisies in it symbolize new beginnings and dandelion is associated with dreams that do come true."
Anne Gregory Wildflower
Location: Meadowcroft Blvd. at First Colony Blvd.
"Wildflowers simply bring me to my knees! These paintings celebrate a few of the vibrant beauties amongst the many varieties of wildflowers that can be found "everywhere" in Sugar Land on a nearly year-round basis."
Lanre Buhraimoh Edible Garden
Location: Brooks St. at Guenther St.
"I am inspired by the themes and motifs of the traditional Yoruba beadwork of West Africa, which is seen in the background of the painting."
Ksenia Annis At the Garden Party
Location: HWY 59 at Grand Parkway (underpass)
"Pansies, petunias and morning glory fill front yards and flower beds in Sugar Land. I wanted to capture the beauty of their lines and colors and the cheerful mood flowers are able create - no matter if it’s rain or sunshine outside."
Amol Saraf City With History
Location: HWY 59 at Sweetwater Blvd (underpass)
"The design has all the specialties of Sugar Land including Bob Pack’s Father of Texas statue located in Sugar Land Town Square, native flowers, the endangered native monarch butterflies. Sugar Land has history of its own with the female face resembling and symbolizing the people who lived in the region prior to the founding of Texas."
Joy Chandler Springtime in Sugar Land
Location: HWY 59 at HWY 6 (underpass)
"A whimsical piece done in pointillism style, to feature Sugar Land as a wonderful place to raise children, full of trees and flowers. Adults and children alike will be drawn to the playful, colorful insects and flowers found in this happy piece."
Fahmi Khan Untitled
Location: HWY 59 at Williams Trace Blvd./Sugar Lakes Dr. (underpass)
"This design is an interpretation of the theme “Sugar Land Everywhere” by including a creative use of color, patterns and strong contour lines representing the very essence of our city. Sugar Land is not just extremely diverse community, but also very open to the contemporary world of creativity."
Oluseyi Soyege Profile
Location: HWY 59 at Sugar Creek Blvd (underpass)
"A good environment or a good country is made of different people with different profiles; with different backgrounds and great ideas."
Joy Chandler Monarch Migration
Location: HWY 59 at HWY 90 (underpass)
"This design represents the Monarch Butterfly migration in our community."