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Houston artist making a big metal Road Runner to celebrate 50 years of Ross Elementary

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HOUSTON, TX - Johnny Rojas’ love for burning metal helped him become a well-known Houston metal sculptor. Rojas was even lucky enough to help build the NewsFix Beast for the Art Car Parade.

Lately, Rojas is working on a piece to celebrate the Road Runners of Ross Elementary in Clear Creek ISD’s 50th anniversary. The sculpture will be placed at the school on September 29.

See how real steel is for this sculptor.