The Woodlands Township is home to dozens of outdoor sculptures ranging from statues of area founders to abstract art.

This is not a comprehensive list of sculptures in The Woodlands area.

Commemorative Statue to Cynthia Woods Mitchell

By Jay Hester

Location: The north entrance of The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

This sculpture depicting the wife of George P. Mitchell stands 3 feet and 7 inches high, 6 feet and 2 inches wide and 7 feet and 2 inches long.

Family Tree

By Jane A DeDecker

Location: Indian Springs Village Center

The bronze casting on this sculpture was installed in 2004. The sculpture stands 8 feet, 2 inches high; 5 feet, 2 inches wide; 10 feet, 7 inches long; and weighs 2,800 pounds.

Woodlands Deer

By Edd Hayes

Location: Woodlands Parkway and FM 2978

This life-size statue of a deer grazing in grass is located near one the entrances to The Woodlands and is cast in bronze.

George P. Mitchell

By Jay Hester

Location: Town Green Park

This life-size sculpture depicting the founder of The Woodlands was cast in bronze and was installed in 2007, six years before Mitchell’s death in 2013.


By Corbin and Dixon Bennett

Location: 2001 Timberloch Place

This sculpture was made with an aluminum-steel fabrication and installed in 1980. It is 10 feet high, 5 feet wide and 5 feet long.

Big Barbara

By Peter Reginato

Location: Alden Bridge Village Center

This sculpture is made with welded steel in geometric shapes painted blue, green, yellow, red and purple. It was installed in 1998. The sculpture stands 15 feet high and weighs 2,000 pounds.

Two Plus Two
Equals One

By Harry Marinsky

Location: Market Street Central Park

The bronze sculpture was installed in 2004. The sculpture stands 4 feet and 2 inches high, 2 feet and 11 inches wide and 4 feet and 3 inches deep. It weighs 4,000 pounds.

Wind Waves

By Yvonne Domenge

Location: Hughes Landing

This statue is made of carbon steel and was installed in 2015.

The Way Home

By Edd Hayes

Location: Town Green Park

This bronze memorial statue dedicated to American veterans was installed in the park in 2015.

The Dreamer

By David Phelps

Location: The median at West Panther Creek Drive on Woodlands Parkway

This sculpture is made with metal casting piece assembly and was installed in 1989. It stands 4 feet high and 17 feet long.

Rise of the
Midgard Serpent

By Marc Rosenthal

Location: Lake Woodlands near Southshore Park

This statue is made of welded and painted metal and was installed in 1985. The sculpture is 6 feet high; 1 foot ,6 inches wide; and 35 feet long.

The Woodlands Waterway Art Benches

The Woodlands Waterway Art Bench project launched in 2014 to bring usable public art to the area. Fourteen benches, located along attractions like Town Green Park, each feature work from different artists around the world.

  • Family
    Created by Terrel Powell from Austin

  • Foot Rest
    Created by Rod Flower from The Woodlands

  • Caetano’s Peace
    Created by Rollin Karg from Kechi, Kansas

  • Crete Bench
    Created by Victoria Goldstein from Houston

  • Mipenpia
    Created by Chris Miller from Calias, Vermont

  • Light Balls Bench
    Created by Manfred Kleinhofer from Linz, Austria

  • Family Tree Bench
    Created by Don Lawler from Stephensport, Kentucky

  • Ode to Joy
    Created by Dan Skaggs from Laguna Beach, California

  • Hail and Farewell Henry Moore
    Created by Bob Mosier from Conroe

  • Amber
    Created by Luis Pavón from Malaga, Spain

  • Bean
    Created by Valerie Theberge from Washington, D.C.

  • Stardust
    Created by Elizabeth Akamatsu from Nacogdoches

  • Umbrella Tree
    Created by Dan Skaggs from Laguna Beach, California

  • On the Bayou
    Created by John V. Webber from Galveston