SMITHER PARK

Smither Park is a creative urban space that has developed with the help of artists and friends.

 

Visionary artist and builder Dan Phillips worked alongside the late Stephanie Smither to design Smither Park in the memory of her late husband, John H. Smither. John and Stephanie were long-time supporters and collectors of self-taught art, as well as board members of The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art. Inspired by the Orange Show's philosophy of promoting and sustaining self-taught art, over 300 artists have contributed permanent mosaic masterpieces, and it serves as a testimony to the vibrancy and creativity of the city of Houston.

Located adjacent to The Orange Show, Smither Park is a great place to bring family, friends and loved ones for picnics, gatherings, and relaxation.

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History
Park Elements
The Designer
Visit Smither Park

SMITHER PARK IS CURRENTLY OPEN AND FREE TO VISIT

SATURDAYS IN SMITHER PARK: Bring the whole family to Smither Park each Saturday starting at 10am and watch the artists in action! This is a great opportunity to see the process each artist takes in creating their permanent masterpieces.

 

NOTE: Smither Park is a No Open Carry site. Pursuant to Section 30.07 we reserve the right to ask you to leave should you openly carry a firearm onto the premises.