Johnson Development Community Artwork in Cross Creek Ranch

In last week’s Houston Chronicle article, Johnson Development, also known to us as the developer of Cross Creek Ranch, celebrated its 40th anniversary. In honor of this achievement, Johnson set out to create an imaginative, artistic element to showcase in its communities.

Created by award-winning metal sculptor, Dale Rogers, “Four People” was born. This 7-by-15 foot metal sculpture of four figures that have outstretched arms, holding hands. Intended to be a fun and uplifting, the “Four People” sculpture can be seen in six of Johnson Development’s master planned communities: Riverstone & Sienna Plantation in Fort Bend County, Harmony in Spring, Woodforest in Montgomery County, Tuscan Lakes in Bay Area, and of course Cross Creek Ranch.

With “Houston’s Largest Home Tour” in full swing, the sculpture will be sure to please Buyers alike.

Photo Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle

Photo Courtesy of the Houston Chronicle

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