Downtown Howell Outdoor Public Art
The Spirit of Howell outdoor slumped glass panels sculpture is a series of glass panels by Jessica Tokman that pay homage to Howell’s rich history and traditions. Panels feature the Howell Melon Festival, Michigan Challenge Balloonfest, Sunday Farmer’s Market, and Court House Lawn Concerts. The artist, an Urban Revitalization 3.0 Grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, a corporate donation from Hubble, Roth & Clark, Inc., and the Downtown Development Authority formed a collaboration that resulted in this gift to our community of a beautiful signature art installation.
Native American Bent Limb Topiary Sculpture
This sculpture is inspired by the “Indian Trail Tree” formerly located on Wetmore Street in northwest Howell. In the early 1800’s, the Pottawatomie Indians planted and hand-bent the tree limbs in the direction of “The Grand River Trail” a commonly used pathway to guide reference food, water, and safe travel. The artist Carl Goines, donated countless hours to create this work of art.
Various locations Downtown Howell, Howell MI