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Cathedral City

mosaic tile and stone sculptures, fountain

“Fountain of Life” (2000) by Jennifer Johnson and Reull Young  PA

Town Square, Civic Center, 68-701 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City



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Cathedral City

bronze sculpture


“Hollywood Heroes”
(circa 2004) by George Montgomery

Town Square, Civic Center, 68-701 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

9½-foot bronze sculpture

“Buddy Rogers” (2006) by George Montgomery

Town Square, Civic Center, 68-701 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

8-foot by 6-foot by 4-foot stainless steel sculpture

“Eternal Flow”(2006) by Mark Stasz  PA

East Palm Canyon Drive and Perez Road (Volvo Dealership), Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

limestone sculpture


“Friends of the Heart”
(circa 2006) by Robert Thornley

Civic Center paseo, 68-701 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

12-foot stainless steel sculpture


“Mountain Cathedrals”
(2006) by Michael Paul Thiry  PA

Date Palm Drive south of Vista Chino, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

steel and glass sculpture


“The New Beginning”
(2008) by David Falossi Studios

Buddy Rogers Drive north of East Palm Canyon Drive, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

tile mosaic columns

“Dinah Shore Bridge Mosaics” [date unknown] by students at Agua Caliente Elementary School

Dinah Shore Bridge, Mid-Valley Parkway, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

stainless steel sculpture

“Saguaro and Barrel Cactus” [date unknown] by Eric Carroll and Richard Turner

Cathedral Canyon Drive south of Perez Road, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

spray enamel mural

“Art of Harmony” [date unknown] by Juan Chavez  PA

Coca-Cola Building, Perez Road, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

mural

“Old Firehouse” [date unknown] by Gerry High

Cathedral Canyon Drive at Commercial Road, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

mosaic tile and stone sculpture, fountain

“Pickford Lizards” [date unknown] by Jennifer Johnson  PA

Pickfair Theatre, 68-701 Avenida Lalo Guerrero, Cathedral City


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Cathedral City

steel sculpture

“Diamond” [date unknown] by Richard Johnston  PA

Patriot Park, northeast corner of Date Palm Drive and Dinah Shore Drive, Cathedral City


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Cerritos graphite, crayon, pastel, charcoal and gouache on paper [untitled] (1986) by Pat Steir PAinterior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos Photo, additional information::
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Cerritos9-foot by 9-foot acrylic on canvas painting"Quattro Centric XIV" (1990) by Al Held PA interior, second floor, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, CerritosPhoto, additional information:
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Cerritos

bronze sculpture

“Float Tower” (1993) by Mark Lere  PA 

interior third floor, Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, 12700 Center Court Drive, Cerritos


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Cerritos

bronze sculpture

“Joy of Music" (1996) by George Lundeen  PA

northeast side, Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, 12700 Center Court Drive, Cerritos

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Cerritos

bronze sculpture and fountain

“Dolphins” (1997) by George Lundeen  PA

Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

cast bronze statue

“Pat Nixon” (1997) by Ivan Schwartz  PA

east of Cerritos Senior Center facing South Street, Pat Nixon Park, 12340 South Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

brass, steel and glass sculpture


by Shannon Owen (Art in Metal)  PA 

17871 Park Plaza Drive, Cerritos


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Cerritos

9-foot bronze sculpture; granite base

“Ocean Dancer” (1998) by Lyle London  PA 

Cerritos Sculpture Garden, Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos

[formerly at Cerritos Cornerstone Shopping Center, northeast corner of Bloomfield Avenue and Artesia Boulevard, Cerritos]


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Cerritos

4 bronze sculptures; rock fountain

“Fireflies” and “Abby” (1999) by Jane DeDecker  PA

"Amanda" and “Sunshowers” (2004) by Jane DeDecker were originally included.  STATUS:  UNKNOWN

corner of shopping center entrance on South Street, 11540 South Street, Cerritos



Cerritos

bronze sculpture; fountain

“Interlude” (1999) by Gary Price  PA 

southwest corner of South Street and Studebaker Road, Cerritos

(formerly listed as located at the east entrance of (Suzuki/Isuzu/Daiwoo of Cerritos Auto Dealership), 10944 South Street)


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Cerritos

25-foot bronze sculpture

“Lyric Flight” (1999) by Gino Miles  PA 

[STATUS: UNKNOWN]

corner of Towne Center Drive and Park Plaza Drive, Cerritos

[2014: NOT AT THIS LOCATION]

 

Cerritos

bronze sculpture; fountain

“Fountain of the Rain Forest” (2000) by Sandy Scott  PA 

northwest corner of Moody Street and Jewel Drive (at Emerald Villas), Cerritos


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Cerritos

6-foot by 9-foot oil on canvas painting


“Above the Clouds”
(2001) by Hung Liu  PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

bronze sculptures and fountain

“Amaryllis” (2001) by Sharles  PA 

west of Cerritos Public Library, Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rdStreet, Cerritos


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Cerritos

4-foot by 4-foot plaster, pigment and white gold leaf collage on maple panel

“Auric Field” (2001) by Lita Albuquerque  PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

5-foot by 5-foot mixed media painting

“Capital Project: Covered Site (L1#1)” (2001) by Peter Hopkins  PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

13-foot by 10-foot oil on canvas painting


“Las Virgenes Valley”
(2001) by Bruce Everett  PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

5-foot by 5-foot by 3-foot bronze sculpture mounted on fountain and pool


(2001) by Rosalind Cook  PA 

southeast corner of Pioneer Boulevard and Eberle Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

4-foot by 5-foot ceramic relief sculpture

“nonFICTION” (2001) by Karen Estelle Koblitz  PA  

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

2 bronze sculptures on park bench

“Serenade” (2001) by Dee Clements  PA 

in front of Cerritos Senior Center, Pat Nixon Park, 12340 South Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

watercolor and ink on rice paper diptych painting

“Spring Breeze” (2001) by Jim Zhenhua Zhang  PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

bronze and stainless steel sculpture; fountain

“Tsunami” (2001) by Mark Leichliter  PA 

Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rdStreet, Cerritos


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Cerritos

2 enamel, ink, aluminum and wood panels


“Two Figures B & R I”
(2001) by Soonja Oh Kim PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

bronze sculpture, fountain

“Falcon” (2002) by Michael Maiden  PA 

southeast corner of Studebaker Road and New Falcon Way (at Vintage Cerritos), Cerritos


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Cerritos

bronze and gold leaf sculpture; mounted on fountain and 30-foot diameter pool

“Inner Dance” (2002) by Mark Leichliter  PA 

18800 Studebaker Road, Cerritos


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Cerritos

7 bronze sculptures

“Join the Parade” (2002, 2003) by Jane Rankin  PA

STATUS: UNKNOWN 

northwest corner of Carmenita Road and South Street (Cerritos Plaza), Cerritos

[2014: NOT AT THIS LOCATION]



Cerritos

15-foot by 15-foot bronze sculpture on 8-foot stepped platform

“Luminaire” (2002) by Denny Haskew  PA 

Towne Center Drive and Court Yard Plaza, Cerritos


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Cerritos

9-foot by 5-foot by 10-foot bronze statue

“Paul Revere” (2002) by Dee Clements  PA 

play island, Heritage Park, 18600 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

8-panel aluminum, plaster and resin sculpture


“Planetary Octave” (2002) 
by Lita Albuquerque  PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

10-foot by 18-foot blown glass and steel wall sconces (6) 

[untitled; or “Sea Anemone”] (2002) by Dale Chihuly  PA 

interior, Cerritos Public Library, 18025 Bloomfield Avenue, Cerritos


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Cerritos

5-foot by 18-foot cel-vinyl on canvas painting

[untitled] (2002) by Bob Zoell  PA  

interior, Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, 12700 Center Court Drive, Cerritos


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Cerritos

7-foot by 29-foot 3-panel building-mounted clay bas relief sculpture

“Steel Workers” (2003) by Jacquelyn Giuffre  PA

mounted on east exterior wall (BJ’s Restaurant), 11101 183rd Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

bronze sculpture

“Dragonfly” (2004) by Kevin Robb  PA 

southeast corner of Carmenita Road and Artesia Boulevard, Cerritos

[FORMERLY LISTED AS LOCATED AT "CARMENITA CENTER"]



Cerritos

5-foot bronze sculpture on 4-foot diameter pedestal; fountain/pool

“Lillith” (2004) by Rosalind Cool  PA  

northeast corner of Del Amo Boulevard and Pioneer Boulevard (Del Amo Plaza), 20226 Pioneer Blvd., Cerritos


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Cerritos

5-foot bronze sculpture; 4-foot by 10-foot flagstone foundation 


(2004) by Denny Haskew  
 PA 

10753 Artesia Boulevard, Cerritos


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Cerritos

4-foot by 8-foot 3-panel glass sculpture

“Along the Way” (2005) by Shelley Iger Sivak  PA 

interior lobby, Liberty Park Community Center, 19211 Studebaker Road, Cerritos


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Cerritos

7-foot by 3-foot stainless steel sculpture on 1-foot pedestal; 20-foot diameter fountain; landscaping; lighting

“Intercept” (2005) by James T. Russell  PA 

northwest corner of South Street and Studebaker Road (near Browning Mazda), Cerritos


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Cerritos

4-foot by 3-foot by 6-foot seated bronze statue and bench

“Lincoln” (2005) by Mark Lundeen  PA 

main entrance, Liberty Park Community Center, 19211 Studebaker Road, Cerritos


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Cerritos

3-foot by 3-foot brushed bronze sculpture; 3-foot fountain pedestal

“Rondelle” (2005) by Lyle London  PA 

southwest corner of Artesia Boulevard and Bloomfield Avenue (Bloomfield Place), Cerritos


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Cerritos

6-foot by 4-foot granite sculpture

“Balance” (2006) by Kathleen Caricof  PA 

northeast corner of South Street and Carmenita Road, Cerritos


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Cerritos

14-foot marble and black granite sculpture

“Cerritos Air Disaster Memorial” sculpture (2006) by Kathleen Caricof  PA 

Cerritos Sculpture Garden, Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

stainless steel sculpture; 20-foot diameter granite pool

“Cerritos Veterans Memorial” sculpture (2006) by James T. Russell  PA 

Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

10-foot mosaic glass and stainless steel sculpture

“Illuminations” (2006) by Terry Braunstein  PA 

Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

7 ½-foot bronze sculpture


(2006) by Michael Maiden 
 PA 

Cerritos Sculpture Garden, Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

4 bronze sculptures; continuous pool

“The Elements” (2006) by Jane DeDecker  PA 

Cerritos Sculpture Garden, Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos

6-foot bronze sculpture

“Fiesta” (2007) by Carol Gold  PA 

southeast corner of 183rd Street and Carmenita Road, Cerritos


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Cerritos

3-foot cast bronze sculpture (boy) and 4-foot cast bronze sculpture (horse)

"Baby Greens" (2007) by Cammie Lundeen, and “Rarin’ to Ride" (2007) by George Lundeen  PA 

near entrance to Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill, 100 feet north of northwest corner of Towne Center Drive and Court Yard Plaza South, 12801 Towne Center Drive, Cerritos


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Cerritos

10-foot by 8-foot  stainless steel sculpture; 8-foot by 8-foot circular pedestal

“Ten Soaring” (2007) by Lyle London  PA 

northeast corner of South Street and Palo Verde Avenue (VCA Lakewood Animal Hospital), 10701 South Street, Cerritos


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Cerritos 8-foot by 15-foot by 4-foot bronze and stainless steel sculpture "Mirage" (2008) by Ted Shaal  Cerritos Sculpture Garden, Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos

 
 
 Cerritos5 expanded-polystyrene, cement and ceramic tile sculptures


"Water Henge: H20 = Life" (2009) by Kim Emerson   PAcorner of Bloomfiled Avenue and 195th Street (Cerritos Regional County Park), Cerritos


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Cerritos

glass sculpture

“The Four Circles” (circa 2010) by Jamie Carpenter  PA 

interior lobby, Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, 12700 Center Court Drive, Cerritos


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Cerritos bronze statue "Gandhi" (2012) by Jasu Shilpi  southwest corner of Carmenita Road and Alondra Boulevard, Cerritos
 
 
Cerritos 8-foot by 4-foot by 15-foot stainless steel sculpture with lighting "Infinity" (2014) by Cliff Garten  PACerritos Sculpture Garden, Cerritos Civic Center, Bloomfield Avenue and 183rd Street, Cerritos


 
 

Chino

2 bronze sculptures


“Above and Beyond”
(commemorating fallen Chino Police Officer Russ Miller) (2002) by Guy Angelo Wilson  PA 

entrance, Chino Police Department, 13250 Central Avenue, Chino


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Chino

3 bronze, cast glass and ceramic tile sculptures

“Something Grows Every Season” (2007) by Don Wakefield  PA 

Paseo Terminus, Senior center parking lot, 13170 Central Avenue, Chino


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Chino

25-foot bronze sculpture


“Spirit of Achievement”
(2008) by Lawrence Allan Noble  PA 

“D” Street and Central Avenue, 13220 Central Avenue, Chino

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Chino

bronze sculpture; ceramic tile fountain

“River of Life” (2001) by Guy Angelo Wilson  PA 

southeast corner of “C” Street and Sixth Street (Aguier Square), Chino


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Chino

4-foot bronze sculpture

“Haleigh” (2001) by Guy Angelo Wilson  PA  

Aguier Square, southeast corner of “C” Street and Sixth Street, Chino


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Chino

wall-mounted bronze sculpture

“Climbing Child” or "Gravity Games" (2001) by Guy Angelo Wilson  PA    

Chino Youth Museum, 13191 Sixth Street, Chino


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Chino 8 ceramic tile mosaic murals "Aguier Square Mural Mosaic" (date unlisted) by various artists Aguier Square, southeast corner of "C" Street and Sixth Street, ChinoPhoto, additional information:
City of Chino
Chula Vista 8-foot by 5½-foot by 5½-foot stainless steel sculpture"Seagulls in Flight" (1978-1979) by Raymond Deitchman  PA front entrance to medical building (facing north), 525 Third Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 5-foot stainless steel sundial sculpture "Sundial" (circa 1979) by Don Le Grand behind building at 296 Third Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 4-foot by 6-foot by 6-foot steel sculpture(untitled) (circa 1980s) by Ed Peters  PA Landis Street and Davidson Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 3 4-foot painted steel sculptures "Konoids" (1984) by Kenneth Capps  "J" Street Marina Park, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 2 1/2-foot by 6-foot etched glass panel, aluminum framing, brick base"Chula Vista in Glass" (1986) by Lon Wahler  "E" Street Trolley Station, 750 "E" Street, Chula Vista Photo:
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Chula Vista 7-foot cast concrete sculpture "Jugando" (1986) by Miriam Newman  350 Third Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista bronze sculpture "Coyote" (1987) by Bob Berry  Chula Vista Nature Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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Chula Vista Nature Center 
Chula Vista bas relief sand sculpture"Pelican" (1987) by Charles and Rolfe Faust Chula Vista Nature Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista Cor-Ten steel silhouettes mounted on wood poles  "Pelicans" (circa 1987) by Charles Faust and Tony Cutrientrance, Chula Vista Nature Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista Nature Center   
Chula Vista 18-foot by 24-foot bas relief sandcasting"Tidelands" (1987) by Charles Faust  Chula Vista Nature Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 6-foot by 5-foot by 4-foot steel sculpture"Discrete Tension" (1988) by James McLaggen Mitchell 380 Third Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:  
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Chula Vista 8-foot by 3-foot cast bronze and copper sculpture"Oceans" (1990) by Jim Pieiri  466 Third Avenue, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista building-mounted copper and bronze sculpture "Oceans I" (circa 1990) by William Youngabove entrance door, 466 Third Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 8-foot cast bronze statue, 6-foot by 10-foot granite pedestal  "Christopher Columbus" (circa 1990) by Mario Zamora  Discovery Park, 700 Buena Vista Way, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista painted concrete and stucco sculpture "South Columns" (1995) by Ricardo Legorreta South Chula Vista Library, 389 Orange Avenue, Chula Visa Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 750-square-foot sand, glass, copper, brass, oxides, and silk mural "El Quinto Sol" (1995) by Victor Orozco and John Hill  interior, children's section, South Chula Vista Library, 389 Orange Avenue, Chula Vista Photos, additional information:
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Chula Vista 30-inch square mixed-media wall-mounted tableau"The Dream" (2000) by Mary Lynn Dominguez interior west wall of main lobby, Scripps Chula Vista Hospital, 435 "H" Street, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 30-inch square mixed-media wall-mounted tableau"The Hope" (2000) by Mary Lynn Dominguez  interior west wall of main lobby, Scripps Chula Vista Hospital,435 "H" Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 3 4-foot by 2-foot bas relief limestone panels "Health, Wellness, and Healing" (2000) by Karen Heyl interior main lobby, Scripps Chula Vista Hospital, 435 "H" Street, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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Chula Vista 3 10-foot clay bas relief pillars with ceramic tile  "Myths of Creation" (circa 2000) by Doug Scott and Richard Sagerexterior main entrance, Scripps Chula Vista Hospital, 435 "H" Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 16-foot by 5-foot fiberglass waterfall  "Inhale - Exhale" (2000) by Dan Staggs  interior north wall of upper and lower lobbies, Scripps Chula Vista Hospital, 435 "H" Street, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 2 9-foot by 4-foot oil-on-canvas panels "Windows of the Past and Future" (2000) by Li Tieinterior lobby, east wall, Scripps Chula Vista Hospital, 435 "H" Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 10-foot by 3-foot by 2-foot painted metal and ceramic tile sculpture  "Mirasol" (2000) by Mario Torero exterior north courtyard, next to ground floor lobby, Scripps Chula Vista Hospital, 435 "H" Street, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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Chula Vista 10-foot by 3-foot by 2-foot stainless steel, amethyst sphere, and nylon and titanium harp strings sculpture"To Remember Me" (2001) by Ross Barrable 550 Marina Parkway, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista cast bronze statue, stone base "St. Francis of Assisi" (2002) by Harry Marinsky second level, Gateway I building, 303 "H" Street, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 12-foot by 6-foot stainless steel sculpture "Hope Within" (2002) by James T. Russell near Community Health Group parking lot, at corner of Bay Blvd. and "J" Street/Marina View Parkway, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista railng-mounted cast bronze sculptures(title unknown) (2002) (artist unknown) Chula Vista Nature Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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Chula Vista 12-foot by 65-foot acrylic mural  "Rice Elementary Mural" (2003) by Roberto Salas  north side of Rice Elementary School, 915 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista  12-foot by 65-foot acrylic mural "Rice Elementary Mural II" (2003) by Roberto Salas  south side of Rice Elementary School, 915 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 9-foot by 65-foot acrylic mural  "Lemon Capitol of the World" (2003) by Bob Teague  Center Street and Third Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista cast bronze sculptures, ceramic tiles "The Storytellers (eagle, rabbit" (2004) by Carl Glowienke, tile designs by Chula Vista Elementary School students Mountain Hawk Park, eastern edge of Eastlake Vistas overlooking lower Otay Lake, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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City of Chula Vista (rabbit)  

Chula Vista 2 cast bronze sculptures"When Heroes Fall...We Remember" (2004) by Mark Martensen  Police Station, 315 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 10 glass, rubber, and stainless steel sculptural poles "Wind Oars" (2004) by George Peters and Melanie Walker north end of Bayside Park, "G" Street and Quay Avenue, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista mosaic cinder block and stone bas relief wall "Palomar Mosaic" (2005) by Steve Estrada Landscape  PA Palomar Street near the I-5 freeway interchange, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista stone and ceramic tile bench "Bench I" (circa 2005) by Debbie Verfaillie   Chula Vista Nature Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula VistaPhoto:  
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Chula Vista 6-foot by 3-foot by 3-foot cast bronze sculpture "Courage, Dedication, and Honor" (2005) by Mark Martensen entrance to Firestation 8, 1640 Santa Venetia, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 16-foot by 5-foot by 5-foot painted aluminum sculpture "Pleasant Tree" (2006) by Jorge Blanco Chula Vista Public Library, 365 "F" Street, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 3-foot by 2-foot cast bronze and powder-coated steel bust, 3-foot pedestal"Will Hyde Memorial" sculpture (2006) by T. J. Dixon and James Nelson  Hyde Friendship Park, corner of Fourth Avenue and Davidson Street, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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Chula Vista 12-foot by 6-foot by 4-foot metal and polychrome sculpture "Chromasol (Sunrise)" (2006) by Dennis Alan GjerstonThird Avenue and Davidson Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 8-foot by 4-foot by 1-foot cut aluminum sculpture "Tree of Life" (2006) by Louise McDowell near Clapper Rail enclosure, Chula Vista Nature Center, 1000 Gunpowder Point Drive, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 17-inch by 22-inch watercolor painting"Reclining Nude" (2006) by Antonio Lopez Saenz  interior south wall, Chula Vista Public Library, 365 "F" Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista  lithograph of ink-on-paper painting "Hombre con Manzana (Man with Apple)" (2006) by Rufino Tamayo  interior south wall, Chula Vista Public Library, 365 "F" Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 30-inch by 22-inch  mixograph-on- paper "Malabrista (Juggler)" (2006) by Rufino Tamayo  interior south wall, Chula Vista Library, 365 "F" Street, Chula Vista Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista ink on paper painting "Cinta Negra" (2006) by Antoni Tapies  interior south wall, Civic Center, 365 "F" Street, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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Chula Vista 20-inch by 14-inch aquatint on paper "Trois Taches et Trois Lignes Noir sur Gris (Three Spots and Three Lines Black on Gray)" (2006) by Antoni Tapies interior south wall, Civic Center, 365 "F" Street, Chula VistaPhoto, additional information:
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Chula Vista 15-foot by 40-foot mural (untitled) (2007) by Maxx Moses "E" Street, Chula Vista Photo:
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Chula Vista 30-foot by 28-foot acrylic mural "Spirit of the City" (2007) by Mario Terrero  south wall of parking structure facing courtyard (between Gateway I and Gateway 2), Third Avenue and "H" Street, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista 8-foot by 75-foot acrylic mural "Rhapsody in Blue" (2008) by Karen Mannes  "K" Street, west of Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo, additional information:
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Chula Vista concrete sculpture "The Sail" (date and artist unlisted)  Marina View Park, Marina Parkway and West "J" Street, Chula Vista  Photo:
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Chula Vista painting (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista Photo:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista blue glass vase(untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown)  interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista red glass vase (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown)  interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista 
Chula Vista 2 yellow and blue glass vases(untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista blue and green conical glass vase(untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula Vista Photo:
City of Chula Vista, view #1  
City of Chula Vista, view #2
Chula Vista oil painting (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista painting (blue and green landscape) (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista painting (shoreline with rock landscape) (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista painting (coastal landscape)  (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista painting (interior scene) (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista watercolor painting (abstract) (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:  
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista blue and green glass vase(untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown)  interior, City Hall, 276 Fourth Avenue, Chula VistaPhoto:
City of Chula Vista  
Chula Vista building-mounted mosaic ceramic tile mural (untitled; date unlisted; artist unknown) 444 Third Avenue, Chula Vista  Photo:
City of Chula Vista  
City of Industry 2 25-foot by 40-foot murals"Vibrant Hills" (2013) by Hannah Daly  PA north and south sides of parking structure, City of Industry Metrolink Station Park and Ride Facility, 500 S. Brea Canyon Road, City of Industry
 
 

Claremont

3½-foot by 29-foot 4-panel oil-on-canvas mural

“California Landscape” or “Pomona Valley Life: 1930” (1937) by Milford Zornes

interior lobby, Claremont Post Office, 140 N. Harvard Avenue, Claremont



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Claremont 14-foot by 6-foot ceramic mosaic and bas relief mural"Tree With Birds" (1963) by Helen Richter Watson south side of building, north-east corner of Fourth Street and Yale Avenue, Claremont 

Claremont

30-foot by 58-foot mosaic mural, 5 mosaic murals

[untitled; three scenes from Shakespeare  (Antony and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, King Lear)], and [untitled: 5 dancers "A Celebration of Joy in Memory of Elizabeth Monroe Wood"] (1963-1966) by Millard Sheets and Denis O’Connor

exterior façade of Garrison Theater, 241 E. Tenth Street, Claremont



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Claremont

10-foot by 16-foot mosaic mural

[untitled; Indians and yuccas] (1968) by Millard Sheets, Denis O’Connor and Nancy Caldwell

exterior south façade, northeast corner of Indian Hill Boulevard and Foothill Boulevard, 393 W. Foothill Boulevard, Claremont



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Claremont mural "Historical Claremont" or "Learning Themes" (circa 1990) by Sycamore Elementary School students, with Merrilyn O'Neill  PA  south wall of classroom facing Eighth Street, Sycamore Elementary School, 225 W. Eighth Street, Claremont 



 
Claremont painted fiberglass sculpture "Ambrosia" (circa 1990) (artist unknown) Mallows Park, northeast corner of Indian Hill Boulevard and Harrison Avenue, Claremont



 
Claremon8-foot by 25-foot mural "Desertscape" (circa 1993) by Vista Elementary School students  west side of school building, 523 Bucknell (approx.), Claremont 

 

Claremont

station art: 5 cast concrete sculptures


(1994) by Rod Baer  PA

Claremont Station, Metrolink San Bernardino Line, 200 W. First Street, Claremont




Claremont

18-foot by 72-foot acrylic mural

“Claremont Village Mural” (2000) by Art Mortimer

north side of building, Yale Ave. paseo, 123 Yale Avenue, Claremont



Claremont 3-part 8-foot by 24-foot by 3-foot glazed ceramic tile mural"The Claremont Stelae" (2001) by East Los Streetscapers  PA west entrance, Alexander Hughes Community Center, 1700 Danbury Road, Claremont 




Claremont

marble sculpture

"Simple Gifts" (2001) by John Fisher

Shelton Park, northeast corner of Bonita Avenue and Harvard Avenue, Claremont




Claremont

rock sculpture


"Cantamar" (2004) by Woods Davey   PA

333 N. Indian Hill Boulevard, Claremont



Claremont bronze sculpture "Raccoon Family" (2004) by Betty Davenport Ford Joslyn Senior Center, Larkin Park, 660 N. Mountain Avenue, Claremont 



Claremont

5 62-inch steel sculptures

“Family” (2004-2005) by Bruce Chaban PA

south side of building, 806 S. Indian Hill Boulevard, Claremont



Claremont

31-inch by 29-inch steel sculpture

“Short Stack” (2004-2005) by Bruce Chaban PA

northwest corner of building (near Hotel Claremont), 806 S. Indian Hill Boulevard, Claremont



Claremont

10-foot by 10-foot painted steel sculpture

“One Sphere Five Arcs” (2005) by William Wareham  PA

southwest corner of First Street and Cornell Avenue, 601 W. First Street, Claremont



Claremont

8-foot by 8-foot painted steel sculpture

“229.5º ARC X 4” by Bernar Venet (2005)  PA

northwest corner of First Street and Hope Street, 650 W. First Street, Claremont



Claremont

3 painted steel and fiberglass sculptures

“Tree Trimmer,” “Manhole Man,” “Garbage Man” (2005) by Robert Tolone  PA

entrance, Claremont City Yard, 1616 N. Monte Vista Avenue, Claremont



Claremont metal canopy with square aperture, lighting program and continuous pool; courtyard space design with granite benches, landscaping  "Skyspace:  Dividing the Light" (2007) by James Turrell  Draper Courtyard (Pomona College campus), northwest corner of Sixth Street and College Way, Claremont 



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Pomona College 

Claremont

16-foot by 35-foot byzantine glass mosaic mural; 12-foot by 18-foot by 12-foot laser cut aluminum shade structure  

“Grove” (2007) by Lynn Basa  PA

mezzanine level plaza, north side of city parking garage, First Street between Indian Hill Boulevard and Cornell, Claremont





Claremont

fountain-mounted bronze sculptures

“Matriculated Nature” (2007) by Tom Ottnerness PA

Village Plaza, west side of Indian Hill Boulevard between First Street and Second Street, Claremont





Claremont

6 pole-mounted globes, lighting, and 2 viewing scopes

“Multi-Verse” by Kipp Kobayashi (2008)  PA

southwest corner of Monte Vista Avenue and Claremont Boulevard, Pomona Valley Medical Center, 1601 Monte Vista Avenue, Claremont



Claremont

12-foot by 24-foot mural, ceramic tile fountain

[untitled: mural (mountain scene)] (2008) by Dan Van Clapp and Perales

north courtyard wall, Bonita Avenue paseo between Indian Hill Boulevard and Yale Avenue, Claremont 


 

Claremont 4-foot by 8-foot freestanding
ceramic tile mosaic mural

"Baldy View" (2014) by
Alba Honoré Cisneros  PA 
 
southwest corner of Baseline
Road and Monte Vista Avenue,
Citrus Glen at Pitzer Ranch,
924 Baseline Road, Claremont 
 

Coachella

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Compton

ceramic tile mural

[no title] (1973) by Dora De Larios

interior and exterior entrance, Compton Library, 240 W. Compton Blvd., Compton


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Compton

sculpture


“King Memorial” sculpture
(1978) by Harold L. Williams and 
Gerald Gladstone

Compton Civic Center plaza, 205 S. Willowbrook Ave., Compton


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Compton

station art:  12 ceramic tile murals, 2 ceramic tile columns

“Compton: Past, Present and Future” (1995) by Eva Cockcroft  PA

above station platform benches, Metro Blue Line Compton Station, 275 Willowbrook Avenue, Compton



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Compton

mural


(1995) by Eva Cockcroft, designed by Compton High School students  PA

entrance, Metro Blue Line Compton Station, 275 Willowbrook Avenue, Compton



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Compton

mosaic tile and stone wishing well sculpture, etched concrete and mosaic pavement mural, 2 fence-mounted mosaic tile murals, steel and  ceramic tile message kiosk


by Lynn Aldrich  PA

Metro Blue Line Artesia Station, 1920½ Acacia Avenue, Compton



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Compton

9-foot diameter cast stone sculpture


(1999) by Colin Gray  PA

Metro Blue Line Del Amo Station, 20220 Santa Fe Avenue, Compton



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Compton

mural

[title unknown] (2007) by community members  PA

Burrell-McDonald Park, 2516 W. Alondra Boulevard, Compton

 

Compton

mural

[title unknown] (2007) by community members  PA

Gonzales Park, 1101 S. Cressey Street, Compton

 

Compton

mural

[title unknown] (2007) by community members  PA

Lueders Park, 1500 E. Rosecrans Avenue, Compton

 

Compton

mural

[title unknown] (2007) by community members  PA

Tucker Park, 650 Laurel Street, Compton

 

Compton

mural

[title unknown] (2007) by community members  PA

Wilson Park, 123 N. Rose Avenue, Compton

 

Comptonaluminum, ceramic tile and glass mural "Sea Dream" (2008) by Dakota Warren  PA  Mona Park poolhouse, 2291 E. 121st Street, ComptonPhoto, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission    

Compton

murals

[titles unknown; images of Cesar Chavez, Martin Luther King, Jr., and John F. Kennedy] [date unknown] by Joanne Green

City Hall, 205 W. Willowbrook Avenue, Compton

 

Compton

mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

retaining wall of Compton Creek, Compton Boulevard and Wilmington, Compton

 

Compton

mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

retaining wall of Compton Creek, Rosecrans and Dwight Avenue, Compton

 

Corona

metal sculpture

“Three Facets of Man” (circa 1970s) by Maxine Piester

south side of Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main Street, Corona



Corona

14-foot wall-oriented multi-media water sculpture


“Open Book”
(2000) by Dan Skaggs

interior lobby, Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main Street, Corona


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Corona

metal, wood and stained glass arch

“Teens @ 650 Entrance” (2001) by John Zell

interior, Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main Street, Corona


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Corona

4 murals

[untitled] (2001-2006) by Sean Johnson and Patrick Johnson

interior, Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main Street, Corona



Corona

oil-on-canvas mural

“Discovery” [date unknown] by Stefan Elliott

interior, Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main Street, Corona



Corona

stone sculpture

“Dragon Sculpture” or “Zsa Zsa” [date and artist unknown]

interior, Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main Street, Corona



Corona Del Mar
[see Newport Beach] 

    
Coronado marble sculpture, rock and ceramic tile fountain, ceramic mosaic pavement mural "Sea Passage" (2005) by James Hubbell  PA west of Coronado City Hall, 1845 Strand Way, Coronado, CA  92118



 
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Hubbell and Hubbell Architects 
Coronado four 6-foot by 6-foot stenciled aluminum panels mounted on 4 sided tower"Coronado Plaza Tower" (2013) by Coronado School of the Arts (CoSA) studentstower, Coronado Plaza, 1300 Orange Avenue, Coronado, CA  92118 



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Coronado Eagle & Journal 
Costa Mesa 24-foot kinetic steel sculpture  "Four Lines Oblique Gyratory - Square IV" (1973) by George Rickeynorth side of Center Tower, lower level, 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa



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Segerstrom Media Lab  
Costa Mesa marble modular sculpture "Fermi" (1975) by David Smith  

interior lobby, Center Club, Center Tower, 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa  
 
Additional info.:
Segerstrom Media Lab 
Costa Mesa ceramic 7-medallion sculpture/water fountain "Neptune Water Spouts" (circa 1975) by Betty Davenport Ford  Waterfall Terrace, The Westin South Coast Plaza, 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa 



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Segerstrom Media Lab  
Costa Mesa  18-foot painted steel sculpture  "Ram" (1977) by Charles O. Perry  Town Center Park, 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa  




Costa Mesa 8-foot cast epoxy sculpture "Tour Aux Jambes" (1973; installed 1980) by Jean Dubuffet  interior lobby, Park Tower, Town Center Drive and Bristol Street, Costa Mesa  

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Segerstrom Media Lab  
Costa Mesa 12-foot by 8-foot by 8-foot carved granite boulder sculpture "Spirit of the Lima Bean" (1980) by Isamu Noguchi    Noguchi Garden, Anton Boulevard between Park Center Drive and Avenue of the Arts, Costa Mesa  

 

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City of Costa Mesa  
Costa Mesa 8-foot by 50-foot 4-panel colored glass and metal windscreen sculpture, with back-lighting  "Sun Ribbon" (circa 1980) by Claire Falkenstein  pedestrian walkway, adjacent to Noguchi Garden, Anton Boulevard between Park Center Drive and Avenue of the Arts, Costa Mesa  



Costa Mesa 8-foot by 10-foot by 6-foot granite boulder and stainless steel sculpture  "Night Shift" (1981) by Jim Huntington   Town Center Park, 686 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa  


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City of Costa Mesa  
Costa Mesa  cast bronze sculpture "Oiseau" (1981) by Joan Miró   interior lobby, Center Tower, 650 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa

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Segerstrom Media Lab  
Costa Mesa  4-foot by 7-foot bronze sculpture, 4-foot by 7-foot granite base "Reclining Figure" (1981; installed 1984) by Henry Moore  Orchestra Level Terrace, Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa  



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City of Costa Mesa  
Costa Mesa 8-foot by 6-foot bronze sculpture, 5 3-foot by 2-foot bronze sculptures, fountain and pool "Sun Glitter" (1932; installed 1985) by Carl Milles lower level, The Center Club, Center Tower, 650 Tower Center Drive, Costa Mesa 



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Smithsonian Institution  
Costa Mesa 10-foot by 6-foot bronze sculpture, fountain and pool "Jonah and the Whale" (1918; installed 1985) by Carl Milles   lower level, The Center Club, Center Tower, 650 Tower Center Drive, Costa Mesa  


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Smithsonian Institution  
Costa Mesa  60-foot by 120-foot by 100-foot aluminum and steel sculpture "Fire Bird" (1986) by Richard Lippold  second level building facade, Segerstrom Hall, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa



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Segerstrom Media Lab  
Costa Mesa 12 10-foot concrete and chromium-plated steel columns, imprinted with Chinese zodiac symbols "Utsurohi 91" (1991) by Aiko Miyawaki plaza, in front of Plaza Tower, 600 Anton Boulevard, Costa Mesa


 
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City of Costa Mesa  
Costa Mesa 64-foot by 20-foot 360-ton steel sculpture "Connector" (2006) by Richard Serra  pedestrian plaza between the Orange County Performing Arts Center and Segerstrom Concert Hall, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa 


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City of Costa Mesa 
Costa Mesa3 painted steel sculptures  "Spatio Virtuo Teatro" ("The Story Teller," "Upstage/Downstage," and Herald") (2006) by Jason Meadows  
 
plaza, South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa  


 

Covina

stone sculpture


“Olmec Indian Chief”
(1990) [artist unknown]

main entrance (facing Citrus Avenue), Covina Police Department, 444 N. Citrus Avenue, Covina

 

Covina

2 10-foot by 14-foot murals

“Covina Bandshell Murals” (2005) by Art Mortimer

bandshell, Covina Park, 301 N. Fourth Avenue (between San Bernardino Road and Badillo Street), Covina


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Covina

mural


“Covina Library Mural”
(2007) by Art Mortimer

Covina Public Library, 234 N. Second Avenue, Covina


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