Just four more nights to see “Creek Show”

Waller Creek Conservancy’s “Creek Show” is alluring — a smartly artful means of enlivening a neglected urban creek walkway.

The free temporary display of five light site-specfic light installations continues for just four more nights through Nov. 21. “Creek Show” runs 6 to 11 p.m. nightly.

American-Statesman photographer Jay Janner captured the luminiscent displays.

www.creekshow.com

 

 

People walk on the E. Eighth St bridge over the art installation "The Natural Unnatural" by Clark Richardson Architects, part of Waller Creek Conservancy's "Creek Show" Photo by Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

People walk on the E. Eighth St. bridge over the art installation “The Natural Unnatural” by Clark Richardson Architects, part of Waller Creek Conservancy’s “Creek Show” Photo by Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

 

The art installation "Floating the Waller" by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, part of Waller Creek Conservancy's "Creek Show" Photo by Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

The art installation “Floating the Waller” by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, part of Waller Creek Conservancy’s “Creek Show” Photo by Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

 

The art installations "Waller Phantasm", foreground, by UT architecture professor Clay Odom and "Floating the Waller" by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, part of Waller Creek Conservancy's "Creek Show" Photo by Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

The art installations “Waller Phantasm”, foreground, by UT architecture professor Clay Odom and “Floating the Waller” by Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, part of Waller Creek Conservancy’s “Creek Show” Photo by Jay Janner / AMERICAN-STATESMAN


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