Salle Werner Vaughn, an installation artist, has bought several small houses in the neighborhood, all of which have been carefully restored to their original state. A few years ago, Vaughn turned the inside of two Victorian homes into actual exhibits, including one that interpreted the Greek myth of the seasons, which revolves around the kidnapping of Zeus's daughter Persephone. ("Ain't That a Ditch", Brian Wallstin, The Houston Press, December 12, 2006)Then yesterday, I stumbled across this book:
This was a show of Houston art that was put together in 1979. The theme of "doors" is rather contrived, but it does provide a snapshot of Houston art 30 years ago. Of the 54 artists, I recognized seven names--Mel Chin, Manual (Suzanne Bloom and Ed Hill), Gael Stack, Earl Staley, James Surls ... and Salle Werner-Vaughn. Here is her piece from the show:
Salle Werner-Vaughn, The Invisible Door, 1979
So I wonder if she was the sculptor of the two platonic solids in the yard on Blossom St.