Escape the big city while snapping a photo of the wild Mother Earth mural in the heart of Montrose.
Located within the eponymous neighborhood at the intersection of Montrose Boulevard and Bomar Street, the flowing locks of the Mother Earth mural can be found hiding on the side the Hollywood Food & Cigar store near W Gray Street.
Created by artist and designer Nicky Davis (@nickydavis), Davis’ work can often appear whimsical, but his subject matter is often based on how both nature and humans interact and influence one another.
The large mural which features a wide-eyed, animated Mother Nature in blues, greens, and purples, is influenced by Davis’ travels across the United States by car while visiting as many National Parks as possible.
Before You Visit
Budding photogs should note that though the lot and residential street parking is free, this mural is located on the property of a convenience store with limited parking.
We’d advise that you use your best judgment when choosing your hours to photograph, as this is generally a busy area for foot traffic.
While you’re there, be sure to check out other area favorites and must-dos. There are plenty of other murals, bars, restaurants and more, just waiting to be discovered around the corner.
Mother Earth Mural in Montrose
- Location: 1103 Bomar St, Houston, TX 77006
- Best Time to Photograph: Arguably, the best time to photograph the mural is in the early morning around sunup.
- Parking: Free street and lot parking is available in the surrounding area. Visitors should note that though the lot and residential street parking is free, this mural is located on the property of a convenience store with limited parking.