MetroNational Mural Collaboration

MetroNational Mural Collaboration

MetroNational Mural | Newspring Student Collaboration The mural is called “Stained Glass Butterflies” and was originally created for the Student Art Auction Poster Competition held in April by Alisson Terreros. When Newspring was asked to submit a design to...
Club Westside

Club Westside

Linda McIngvale, Club Westside’s owner, commissioned the Newspring butterfly for the beautiful grounds of the club. In the middle of a redesign of the Club including a putt-putt golf course and official monarch garden, Linda envisioned a giant monarch to attract the...
Blazer Butterfly

Blazer Butterfly

The Butterfly for Blazer Construction was delivered to the Kinkaid School August 10, 2017.  The class designed and decorated the butterfly, finishing it by November 30, 2017.  Blazer owners Christan and Matt Fuqua approved the design prior to its creation.  They were...
RaiseUp Families

RaiseUp Families

The Friends of RaiseUp Families(formally, Westside Homeless Prevention) purchased a Newspring butterfly through WHP to support both the students of Newspring and the families of WHP. It has been placed at Memorial Green with the cooperation of the Midway Company and...
Midway Butterflies

Midway Butterflies

Purchased by Midway, these butterflies were chosen to promote and help students in Spring Branch. Designed and painted by local schools and Newspring alumni. The cityscape design was created by a student at St. Mark Lutheran Church, titled ‘City Scape’ and...
David Weekley Homes

David Weekley Homes

Another butterfly has landed! Natividad Mosqueda, a graduate of Newspring’s art program and scholarship recipient, designed this whimsical butterfly. Thanks to David Weekley Homes, Newspring awarded five additional college scholarships totaling $12,500 during...
The Amazing Place

The Amazing Place

A beautiful butterfly has just landed in the garden of the Amazing Place which provides fellowship, memory care and wellness for adults with mild to moderate memory loss and support to their families and the community. Grace and Gary Olander purchased the butterfly...