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Artworks listed with PA have been publicly funded through local public art programs.
 

PUBLIC ART on Google Maps

   

.......City........


....Artwork....

Title,.Date,.Artist

.............Location............

..Additional Info.
Culver City 17-foot by 32-foot by 3-foot stainless steel sculpture "Film Strip U.S.A." (1981) by Natalie Krol Veterans Memorial Complex, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City Culver City Public Art

Culver City

2 cast bronze sculptures mounted on granite slabs


by Gwynn Murrill  PA

southeast corner of Slauson Boulevard and Hannum Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

28-foot stainless steel and steel mesh sculpture; 8-foot stainless steel and steel mesh kinetic sculpture


“Crossed Currents” (1999) by Don Merkt


at Ballona Creek, Culver City Transportation Facility, 4343 Duquesne Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

18-inch by 16-inch cement and terra cotta sculpture on 2-foot by 6-foot concrete base, above fountain/ pool

“Walter” (1991) by Edna Martinek Henry

south plaza, 200-300 Corporate Pointe, Culver City


Culver City

building-mounted and enclosed oil painting


“We’re Holding Together Just Fine” (1991) by Kirk 
Saber

11441 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

bronze sculpture

“Emerald Rings” (1992) by Harold L. Pastorius

4715 Overland Avenue, Culver City


Culver City

6 high-relief ceramic tile free-standing entrance walls

“Multiplicity/Various Ways of Seeing” (1992) by Anne Marie Karlsen

8509 Hannum Avenue, Culver City


Culver City

6-foot by 4-foot building-mounted metal and fiberglass sculpture


by Ernest Shelton

Sunburst Hotel, 3900 Sepulveda Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

24-foot stainless steel, brass and tile sundial sculpture


(1994) by Lucy Blake-Elahi (assisted by Echo Horizon School sixth grade students)

Culver City Park, near Bill Botts Field, 9910 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City  20-foot by 12-foot by 12-foot building-mounted Implex sculpture "Modulation/ Demodulation" (1994) by Michael Hayden 


10101 W. Washington Boulevard, Culver City 

Culver City Public Art


Culver City

7-foot painted steel sculpture

[untitled] (1994) by Richard Gerrish

east entrance, California State Board of Equalization, 5901 Green Valley Circle, Culver City


Culver City

building-mounted aluminum and paint sculpture


by Tom Farrange

southeast corner, 8509 Higuera Street, Culver City


Culver City

mural

“City Sequence” (1995) by Blue McRight

interior Council Chambers lobby, 9770 Culver Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

10-foot granite water sculpture


“Culver City Singularity”
(1995) by Eric Orr
STATUS:  UNKNOWN

near western entrance to Town Plaza, 9540 Washington Boulevard, Culver City

[2015: NOT AT THIS LOCATION]

Culver City

building-mounted bronze sculpture and clock

“Golden Time” (1995) by Terry Allen

STATUS: UNKNOWN

10202 Washington Boulevard (Sony Pictures Entertainment), Culver City

[2015: NOT AT THIS LOCATION - SITE IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION]

Culver City

28-foot by 24-foot hand-blown, rolled and diachronic glass screens


“Hanging Garden” (1995) 
by Ed Carpenter

second floor exterior wall facing courtyard, Culver City City Hall, 9770 Culver Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City

8-foot wrought iron sculptural landmark sign


by Jim Heimann

8620 Hayden Place, Culver City

Culver City

photograph etchings mounted on freestanding courtyard walls; stone sculptures within reflecting pool

“La Ballona” (1995) by May Sun

City Hall Courtyard, 9770 Culver Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City

12-foot stone and wood sculpture

“Menhir No. 2” (1995) by Daniel Wurtzel

STATUS: UNKNOWN

5640-5660 Sepulveda Boulevard, Culver City

[2015: NOT AT THIS LOCATION]

Culver City

4½-foot by 3-foot wrought iron sculptural landmark sign

“Plato’s Cup” (1995) by Jim Heimann

9412 Washington Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City

sheet bronze and stainless steel camera sculpture with hand-crank showing 33 historical images

“Panoramic” (1995) by Barbara McCarren

City Hall Courtyard, 9770 Culver Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City

inscribed limestone panels mounted on 4 freestanding brick walls

“Quotation Courtyard" (1995) by Barbara McCarren

City Hall Courtyard, 9770 Culver Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City

3 10-foot by 4-foot triangular laminated glass and steel columns


“Truth or Fiction” (1995) by Nobuho Nagasawa

northeast corner of Culver Boulevard and Duquesne Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

building-mounted 8-foot by 18-foot 6-panel, building-mounted porcelain-on-steel  mural of computer-generated images


(1996) by Paul Tzanetopoulos

building storefront, 4520 Sepulveda Boulevard, Culver City


Additional info.:

Culver City

6-foot by 6-foot painted steel sculpture

“Echo Echo” (1996) by Guy Dill

south side of building facing McManus Avenue, Echo Horizon School, 3430 McManus Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

2 6-foot by 25-foot sculptural fences


(1996) by Albert Paley

9050 Washington Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City sculptural finials containing historic studio names 

"Studio Pass I and II" (1996) by Jim Heimann 9336 Washington Boulevard, Culver City Culver City Public Art 

Culver City

75-foot by 5-foot acrylic mural


“Postcards from Ballona” (1997) by Francois Bardol, Lucy Blake-Elahi, Lori Escalera, community members and students

La Ballona Creek west of Overland Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City

234-foot by 7-foot acrylic paint and ceramic tile mosaic mural


(1997) by Lori Escalera, Lucy Blake-Elahi, David Farrington, community members and students

west bike path entrance to Ballona Creek at Duquesne Avenue, (north of 4343 Duquesne Avenue), Culver City

Culver City

3-foot bronze sculpture mounted on three 7-foot by 3-foot panels of brass mosaic images against concrete

“Tree of Life” (1997) by Dora De Larios

Carlson Park, 4233 Motor Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

matched pair of 5-foot by 5-foot by 5-foot stone sculptures

“Two of Hearts” (1997) by Tim Doyle

entrance facing street, Four Points Sheraton Hotel, 5990 Green Valley Circle, Culver City

Culver City

18-foot by 13-foot glass tile mural

“Our Best” (1998) by Francois Bardol

west side of building (facing Duquesne Avenue), Culver City Police Department, 4040 Duquesne Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

building-mounted metal sculpture

“Three Sheets to the Wind” (1998) by Andrea Cohen Gehring  PA 

12211 W. Washington Boulevard, Culver City

Culver City  37-foot by 28-foot concrete and glass architectural component "What Wall" (1998) by Eric Owen Moss PA 3524 Hayden Avenue, Culver City 

Culver City Public Art

Culver City

ceramic tile fountain flanked by two 7-foot concrete columns

“Sentry” (1999) by John Okulick

Culver City Police Department, 4040 Duquesne Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

acrylic mural

“Syd Kronenthal Park Mural” (1999) by Lori Escalera and Culver City High School students  PA

Syd Kronenthal Park, 3459 McManus Avenue, Culver City

Culver City

3 stainless steel sculptures


(2000) by Christopher Mercier and Tom Farrange

at entrance and across parking lot, 3630 Eastham Drive, Culver City

Culver City

building-mounted 6-panel steel sculpture

“Shadows” (2000) by Jacklyn Marcus

STATUS: UNKNOWN

facing Washington Boulevard, Turning Point School, 8780 National Boulevard, Culver City

[2015: NOT AT THIS LOCATION]

Culver City

granite, stone, and stainless steel sculpture, fountain and pool

“Water Tower" (2000) by John Okulick

STATUS 2015: INOPERATIVE FOUNTAIN

9930 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City 10-foot by 12-foot oil paint mural "Lucy and Desi" (2000) by Francois Bardol
 
southeast corner of Culver Boulevard and Irving Place, Culver City 

 

Culver City Public Art

Culver City3-piece 24-foot mosaic pillar sculpture "Reach For The Sun" (2000) by Gary Soszynski building entrance, southwest corner of Washington Blvd. and Grand View Blvd., 12202 Washington Blvd., Culver City
 
 

Culver City Public Art

Culver City 16-foot stainless steel and concrete sculpture, with fountain and pool 

"Wading Pool" (2000) by R. M. Fischer  west entrance to Sony Pictures Plaza, 3945 Madison Avenue, Culver City 


Culver City Public Art

Culver City

steel, glass, ceramic tile and brick zoetropes depicting four illustrations

“Moving Pictures” (“The Flipper,” “The Duffer,” “The Ollie,” “The Hummer”) (2001) by Wick Alexander and Robin Brailsford

Cardiff Paseo, parking lot, between Cardiff Avenue and Main Street, Culver City


Culver City Public Art


Culver City

2 7-foot by 5½-foot stainless steel entry gates

“Street Eyes” (2001) by John Okulick  PA

10441 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

roof-mounted metal sculpture

“Euclid” (2002) by Victor Hugo Zayas

9599 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City  27-foot by 13-foot acrylic mural "Helms Coach Gone A Rye" (2002) by Andrea Cohen Gehring and Art Mortimer    Beacon Laundry Building, 8684 W. Washington Boulevard, Culver City  Additional info.:
Art Mortimer 

Culver City Public Art

Culver City

8-foot by 40-foot stainless steel and glass sculpture

“Light Wave” (2002) by Laddie John Dill

9055 W. Washington Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

5 24-foot by 9-foot steel sculptures

“Five Elements” (2003) by Efrain Olivares

The Colony, 10113-10131 Jefferson Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

12-foot by 9-foot cast bronze sculpture

“The Path of Life” (2003) by De L’Esprie

Culver City Senior Center, 4095 Overland Avenue, Culver City

Culver City Public Art


Culver City

utility box art: 

9 traffic signal boxes covered with digitally-imprinted vinyl


(2004) by Joshua Callaghan

various locations at east and west entrances to Town Plaza, 9540 Washington Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

8-foot bronze sculpture; fountain


(2004) by Douglas Olmstead Freeman

Town Plaza, 9540 Washington Boulevard, Culver City


Culver City

6-foot by 6-foot bronze and copper sculpture


“A Moment in Time”
(2006) by De L’Esprie

STATUS:  UNKNOWN

in front of Culver Hotel, Town Plaza, 9540 Washington Boulevard, Culver City

[2015: NOT AT THIS LOCATION]



Culver City

7 22-foot translucent white marble and steel T-shaped pillars with solar lighting and surrounding landscaping

“Illumination” (2007) by Brad Goldberg

100-foot stretch along drive in front of Symantec Corporation, 800-900 Corporate Pointe, Culver City



Culver City panel-mounted
mosaic ceramic
and glass mural 
"Unknowable Origins" (2012) by Tom LaDuke  PA Culver City Station platform,
Metro Expo Line, 8804 Washington Blvd., Culver City 



Additional info.:
Los Angeles County MTA 
Culver City 20-foot by 90-foot acrylic mural untitled mural (2014) by Jason Woodside
 
southeast corner of Washington Boulevard and Robertson Boulevard, 8970 Washington Blvd., Culver City 

 
Cypress  bronze sculpture  "Flight" (2006) by Kirsten Kokkin  PA   Cypress Civic Center, 5275 Orange Avenue, Cypress  Photo, additional information:
City of Cypress  
City of Cypress 
Cypress  7-foot by 7-foot bronze sculpture  "American Pride" (2008) by Dave Chapple  PA   in front of Council Chambers, Cypress Civic Center, 5275 Orange Avenue, Cypress  Photo:
City of Cypress  
Dana Point  cast bronze and rock sculpture  "The Hide Drougher" (date unknown) by Benedict Coleman   bluff-top trail, overlooking Dana Point Harbor, Dana Point 


Photo, additional information:
City of Dana Point  
Dana Point  2 glass mosaice murals  (title unknown) (2009) by Lance Jost  PA  Doheny Pedestrian Bridge, Pacific Coast Highway, Dana Point

Photo, additional information:
The Orange County Register  
Dana Point  rock sculpture  {title and artist unknown) (circa 2010)  near lifeguard tower at base of  ramp, using north stairs access, Strand Beach, Dana Point

 
Dana Point  mural  (title unknown) (circa 2010) by Christopher Pecharka interior, Nature Interpretive Center, 34558 Scenic Drive, Dana Point 

Photo:
The Orange County Register 
Desert Hot Springs [data forthcoming] 

   
Desert Shores10-foot by 60-foot mural "Shesha Sand Storm" (2013) by Finnbar Dac and Angelina Christina  side of building (Alamo Market), 3784 Scott Drive, Desert Shores 


Additional info.:
Coachella Valley Independent

Diamond Bar

ceramic relief mural

“Organic” (1977) by Frank Matranga

exterior entrance, Diamond Bar Library, 1061 S. Grand Ave., Diamond Bar


Photo:

Downey

station art:  foot, hand and signature-imprinted colored concrete tiles on walls, benches, surfaces; ceramic tile designs


“Wall of (Un)Fame” (1995) by Erika Rothenberg  PA

station entrance and platform, Metro Green Line Lakewood Station, 12801 Lakewood Avenue, Downey



Photos, additional information:

Duarte

11-foot bronze sculpture

“Andres Duarte” (2007) by Richard Myer

Duarte Plaza, across from Duarte City Hall, 1601 Huntington Drive, Duarte

Photo, additional information:
Duarte station art:  4 11-foot 3,300 lb. painted steel and concrete sculptural columns with Indiana limestone capitals; 18 cast bronze pavers"The Spirit of the San Gabriel River" (2015) by Stan Sears and Andrea Myklebust  PA Metro Gold Line Duarte Station, Highland Avenue and Duarte Road, Duarte 







Additional info.:
Pasadena Star-News 
El Cajon 31-foot stainless steel sculpture  "Interpoint" (1987) by James Thomas Russell  PA plaza, East County Regional Center, 150 W D Hall Drive, El Cajon  

Photo, additional information:
James Thomas Russell  
El Cajon mural  "Olaf Wieghorst Painting" (2006) by Thom Guerra  Arts Alley, 181 Rea Avenue, El Cajon 

 
El Cajon  mural  "Sleeping Lions" (circa 2008) by Carlos Castrejon  Arts Alley, 120 East Main Street, El Cajon

 
El Cajon  wall drawings  "Variety of Cats" (2008) by Gloria Chadwick   Arts Alley, 148 East Main Street and 182 East Main Street, El Cajon 

 
El Cajon  mural  "Black and White Cat" (circa 2008) by Thom Guerra  Arts Alley, 172 East Main, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  mural  "Herding Cats" (circa 2008) by Ron Juncal   Arts Alley, 115 Rhea Avenue, El Cajon 

 
El Cajon   mural  "Catpolian" (circa 2008) by Geraldine Larson   Arts Alley, 119 North Magnolia, El Cajon  

 
El Cajon   painted utility box  "Cat Paintings" (circa 2008) by Jack Madi  Arts Alley, El Cajon


 
El Cajon  painted trash dumpsters "Cats and Other Themes" (circa 2008) by multiple artists   Arts Alley, El Cajon 



 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Magnolias and Hummingbirds" (2010) by Lucy Murphy and Cindi Garris   190 North Magnolia, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Ocean Cliff and Palm Trees" (2010) by Lucy Murphy and Cindi Garris  northwest corner of East Main Street and Ballantyne, El Cajon 

 
El Cajon  mural "People Shopping" (date unlisted) by John Arnott 850 East Main Street, El Cajon   
El Cajon  mural  "Bird of Paradise" (date unlisted) by Attention Getters  Arts Alley, 168 East Main Street, El Cajon


 
El Cajon   mural  "Reproduction of Masters" (date unlisted) by Josh Bellty and David White  Arts Alley, 109 Rea, El Cajon   
El Cajon   painted fire hydrant  "Dalmation Spots" (date unlisted) by Virginia Bendik   southeast corner of Lexington and Highland, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Trees" (date unlisted) by Leonard Carapezza   464 West Main Street, El Cajon 

 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Flowers" (date unlisted) by Sherry Casper   440 Chambers, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  pained utility box  "Abstract With Numbers" (date unlisted) by Carlos Castrejon   southeast corner of Madison and Ballantyne, El Cajon


 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "American Flag" (date unlisted) by Carlos Castrejon   136 Chambers, El Cajon 



 
El Cajon  painted fire hydrant and utility boxes  "Colorful Abstract" (date unlisted) by Carlos Castrejon  southeast corner of East Main Street and Claydelle, El Cajon

 
 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Car Show" (date unlisted) by Gloria Chadwick 345 West Main Street, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Humpty Dumpty" (date unlisted) by Gloria Chadwick   228 Chambers, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility boxes  "Underwater Wonders" (date unlisted) by Carol Christian Davis   northeast corner of North Magnolia and East Madison, El Cajon  

 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Desert Scene" (date unlisted) by Rosalie Dosik   150 West Madison, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Desert Squirrel" (date unlisted) by Allan East   southeast corner of Madison and Johnson, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Gourds of Many Colors" (date unlisted) by Marla Edwards   128 East Douglas, El Cajon


 
 
El Cajon  mural  "Historic Downtown Parade" (date unlisted) by Thom Guerra  Main Market and International Foods building, 566 East Main Street, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Horse in Stall" (date unlisted) by Thom Guerra   Arts Alley, 131 Rea, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  mural  "Landscape" (date unlisted) by Thom Guerra  Van Houten and West Douglas Streets, 202-210 Van Houten, El Cajon   
El Cajon  mural  "Wall of Wild Flowers" (date unlisted) by Thom Guerra   422 S. Pierce Avenue, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility boxes  "Moon and Stars" (date unlisted) by Midge Hyde   southwest corner of South Magnolia and West Douglas, El Cajon

 
El Cajon   painted utility boxes  "Whimsical Southwestern" (date unlisted) by Midge Hyde   northwest corner of North Magnolia and West Park, El Cajon

 
El Cajon  mural  "Spiritual World" (date unlisted) by Kevin Kennedy   145 South Magnolia, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted fire hydrant "Colorful Abstract" (date unlisted) by Christina M. Kostamos southeast corner of Sulzfeld and Rea, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility boxes  "Wildflowers" (date unlisted) by Heather Kulani   northwest corner of North Magnolia and Wisconsin, El Cajon  

 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Horses" (date unlisted) by Erin Means  100 East Lexington, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Daisies" (date unlisted) by Jodi Peterson   264 Chambers, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Horse" (date unlisted) by Cheyenne Roedell  294 Chambers, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  painted utility boxes  "Love Roots" (date unlisted) by Joanna Shippam and Gabriel Shippam   west side of Prescott Promenade, 200 E. Main Street, El Cajon  
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Elegant Cranes" (date unlisted) by Sharon K. Thomas   northwest corner of East Main Street and Sulzfeld, El Cajon    
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Palm Tree Oasis" (date unlisted) by Sharon K. Thomas  southwest corner of Sulzfeld and Arts Alley, El Cajon   
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Flowers and Fairies" (date unlisted) by Teresa Nan Travis   136 Chambers, El Cajon 



 
El Cajon  painted utility boxes  "Tango Dancers" (date unlisted) by Elizabeth Washburn   southeast corner of Sulzfeld and Rea, El Cajon 


 
El Cajon  painted utility boxes  "Wildflowers" (date unlisted) by Elizabeth Washburn   southwest corner of South Magnolia and East Main Street, El Cajon 

 
El Cajon  painted utility box  "Firestation" (date and artist unknown)   100 East Lexington, El Cajon 


 

El Centro

[no data]




El Monte

ceramic tile mural

[no title] (1977) by Dora De Larios

exterior entrance, Norwood Public Library, 4550 N. Peck Road, El Monte

Photo, additional information:

El Monte

23-foot fiberglass replica sculpture

“Statue of Liberty” or “Lady Liberty” (1987) [artist unknown]

next to El Monte City Hall, 11333 Valley Boulevard, El Monte

Additional information:

El Monte

canopy-mounted metal sculptures; pavement impressions


“Lions of El Monte”
(1996) by Victor Henderson and Elizabeth Garrison

Metrolink El Monte Station, 10925 Railroad Street, El Monte


El Monte  20-foot by 30-foot sculptural arch suspending 3 clocks"Time Piece" (2012) by Donald Lipski  PA   station entrance, Metro Silver Line El Monte Station, 3501 Santa Anita Avenue, El Monte



Additional information:
Los Angeles County MTA 
The Source  
El Monte  mural "El Monte's Centennial" (2012) by Roberto Rivera Novoa  interior lobby, El Monte City Hall, 11333 Valley Boulevard, El Monte  

 
El Monte 4-panel digitally-imprinted mural "El Monte Legion Stadium Nocturne" (2014) by Vincent Ramos  PAMetro Silver Line El Monte Station, 3501 Santa Anita Avenue, El Monte 

Additional info.:
Metro 
El Monte 4-panel digitally-imprinted mural "In the Meadow" (2014) by Phung Huynh  PA  Metro Silver Line El Monte Station, 3501 Santa Anita Avenue, El Monte 



Additional info.:
Metro
KCET
 
 
El Monte 4-panel digitally-imprinted mural "The Steps We Take" (2014) by Eloy Torrez  PAMetro Silver Line El Monte Station, 3501 Santa Anita Avenue, El Monte 



Additional info.:
Metro 
El Monte 4-panel digitally-imprinted mural "Vamos Juntos" (2014) by Martin Durazo  PA Metro Silver Line El Monte Station, 3501 Santa Anita Avenue, El Monte  



Additional info.:
Metro 

El Segundo

2 30-foot by 8-foot bas relief sculptures

[title unknown; possibly “Swimmers”] (1941) by Tony Heinsbergen and John C. Austin (architect)

exterior of the Urho Saari Swim Stadium ("The Plunge"), 219 Mariposa, El Segundo

 

El Segundo

sculpture

“Endangered II” (1993) by Mark Stasz

corner of Nash and Mariposa, El Segundo

 

El Segundo

station art:  wall-mounted relief sculptures; sculptural seating; terrazzo and etched granite pavement; ceramic tiled columns

“Divine Order: The Manifestation of the Soaring Spirit” (1995) by Charles Dickson and Escudero-Fribourg Architects  PA

station platform and street-level station entrance, Metro Green Line Mariposa Station, 555 N. Nash Street, El Segundo



Photos, additional information:

El Segundo

station art:  30-foot wire mesh sculpture; canopy; seating; handrail patterns; analog clocks; terrazzo pavement

“For Your Intellectual Entertainment” (1995) by Daniel Martinez and Escudero-Fribourg Architects  PA

station platform and stairways, Metro Green Line El Segundo Station, 2226 E. El Segundo Bl., El Segundo



Photos, additional information:

El Segundo

station art:  platform-mounted medallions; sculptural tower; terrazzo paving; concrete stairs embossed with text; cast aluminum handrails; silkscreened elevator window images; viewing tubes

"Location" (untitled) (1995) by Renée Petropoulos and Escudero-Fribourg Architects  PA

station platform, stairways, and street-level entrance, Metro Green Line Douglas/Rosecrans Station, Continental Park, 700 S. Douglas Street, El Segundo



Photos, additional information:

El Segundo

mural


“Hometown Traditions”
(1996) by Don Gray (of Flagstaff, Arizona)

Main Street and Pine Street, El Segundo

 

El Segundo

mural


“The Aerospace Mural”
(1996) by Scott Bloomfield

Main Street and Mariposa Avenue., El Segundo

 

El Segundo

mural


“Aviation History”
(1997) by Chuck Caplinger and Grant Wright

214 Main Street (between Franklin Avenue and Grand Avenue), El Segundo


Additional information:

Photos, additional information:

El Segundo

tiled seat wall


“Kid’s Tiled Seat Wall”
[date and artist unknown]

Plaza El Segundo, Sepulveda Boulevard north of Rosecrans Avenue, El Segundo

 

El Segundo

4 sculptures

“The Wish Castor,” “Bird Woman,” “The Chef,” “Business Fox” [dates unknown] by Phillip and Clad Glashoff

Plaza El Segundo, Sepulveda Boulevard north of Rosecrans Avenue, El Segundo


Photo, additional information:
Encinitas 16-foot cast bronze sculpture "Magic Carpet Ride" or "The Cardiff Kook" (2007) by Matthew Antichevich South Coast Highway, San Elijo State Beach campground, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, Encinitas




Additional info.:
The Cardiff Kook 
Encinitas  cast bronze sculpture   "Encinitas Child" (2009) by Manuelita Brown  southbound Highway 101, Encinitas 

Photo, additional information:
Manuelita Brown  
Escondido  painted aluminum sculpture  "Corona" (1988) by Nancy Louise Jones  north end of Auto Park Way, Escondido   Additional information:
City of Escondido 
Escondido  aluminum, quartzite and laminated glass sculpture "The Cutting Wedge" (1989) by Christopher Lee   corner of East Valley Parkway and Hickory Street, Escondido Additional information:
City of Escondido 
Escondido  cast bronze sculpture  "Reflections on Downtown" (1990) by T. J. Dixon   mounted on park bench, Grand Avenue between S Broadway and Maple Street, Escondido  Additional information:
City of Escondido  
Escondido  2 cast bronze sculptures, copper and granite bases  "Community" (1990) by Jeff Lindeneau   near Gateway Shopping Center, West Valley Parkway and Tulip Street, Escondido   Additional information:
City of Escondido   
Escondido  series of rectangular concrete slabs  "Hekklik" (1990) by Peter Mitten   Escondido Transit Center, West Valley Parkway (County Highway S6) Escondido   Additional information:
City of Escondido    
Escondido  stones placed on turf "On Those Who Came Before Us" (1991) by Marsha Judd   Felicita Town Center (specific location unlisted), 1835 S. Centre City Parkway, Escondido 

Additional information:
City of Escondido 
Escondido  bench and archway-mounted painted cast bronze leaf sculptures  "Eucalyptus Leaf Court" (1991) by Christine Oatman   Mary Lane entrance, Kit Carson Park, Mary Lane and Bear Valley Parkway South, Escondido Additional information:
City of Escondido   
Escondido  7-foot terracotta sculpture  "The Bakers" (1993) by T. J. Dixon PA   western terminus of Aldergrove Avenue, Escondido  Photo, additional information:
City of Escondido
T. J. Dixon & James Nelson   
Escondido  natural and polished granite stones, stream and pool  "Blue Granite Shift" (1995) by Mathieu Gregoire   center courtyard, California Center for the Arts, 340 N. Escondido Boulevard, Escondido

Photos, additional information:
Mathieu Gregoire   
Escondido  sculptural pillars and pavement installations  "Monuments to Time in the Corridor of Life, Art and Culture"  (1998) by Sandra Rowe, Nancy Mooslin, and Steven Stucky   various locations:  center medians from Grand Avenue from the hospital to Centre City Parkway, the four corners of Maple and Grave Avenue, city parking lot on Valley Blvd. next to City Hall, City Hall sidewalk leading to Grape Day Park and the Great Lawn, Escondido Additional information:
City of Escondido 
Photos: 
Sandra Rowe 
Escondido  9 pillars, 3 murals and sundials, sandblasted sidewalk pavement   "Pillars of the Community" (2000) by Wick Alexander PA   various locations on South Escondido Boulevard:  southeast corner of 6th Street; northwest corner of 7th Street; northwest and southwest corners of 8th Street; northwest and southeast corners of 9th Street; northwest and southwest corners of 10th Street; northwest corner of 11th Street; northwest corner of 13th Street; southeast corner of 15th Street; Escondido Additional information:
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Escondido  8 30-foot by 12-foot rectangular pole-mounted glass and steel panels  "Shifting Threshold" (2001-2004) by Joan Irving  PA   8 locations on East Valley Parkway: center medians at Hickory, Rose, Midway, and Citrus; 2 gateway pieces between Ash Street and Harding Street   

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Escondido  120-foot diameter sculpture garden "Queen Califia's Magical Circle" (2003) by Niki de Saint Phalle  PA  Iris Sankey Arboretum, Kit Carson Park, 3333 Bear Valley Parkway, Escondido  Photos, additional information:
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Niki de Saint Phalle 
Escondido  sculpture garden/play area with climbing vine structure, slide, benches, perimeter rocks  "Vinehenge" (2004) by Nancy Moran and Valerie Salatino   Grape Day Park, 130 Woodward Avenue, Escondido 





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Escondido 17-foot by 13-foot 3-ton stainless steel and bronze sculpture "New Leaf" (2011) by Dan Dykes  PA  center median of Center City Parkway, north of Felicita Avenue, Escondido  Photos, additional information:
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Sign On San Diego 
Fallbrook mural "The Mural in the Village Square" (1996) by Kathleen Gee, Toni Inman, Neill Ketchum, and Liz Yamaguchi  The Village Square, corner of Main Avenue and Alvarado, Fallbrook



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Fallbrook cast metal sculpture "Bearfoot in the Park" (1996) by Nancy Scott; reinstalled in 2009 The Village Square, corner of Main Avenue and Alvarado, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook 11-foot by 20-foot building-mounted mural "Main Street, Circa 1920" (1997) by Jim Fahnestock south side of Neeley Automotive Building, northeast corner of Main Avenue and Alvarado, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Jim Fahnestock 
Tom Chester, "Fallbrook Murals" 
Fallbrook cast bronze sculpture "The Dawning" (1997) by Nancy Scott [may be temporarily removed]The Village Square, corner of Main Avenue and Alvarado, Fallbrook 

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Fallbrook mural "The Old Ones" (1997) by Brett Stokes south end of Town Center parking lot, off Alvarado between Mission Road and Main Street Photo, additional information:
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Tom Chester, "Fallbrook Murals" 
Fallbrook mural "All Creatures Great and Small" (1998) by Kathleen Gee and Fallbrook elementary school students Beech Street Park, South Mission Road at Beech Street, Fallbrook  



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Fallbrook cast bronze sculpture "Facts of Life" (1998) by Glenna Goodacre  corner of Main Avenue and Fig, 212 S. Main Avenue, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook mural "Treescape" (1998) by Debbie Sievers  north side of Hawthorne Street at Main Avenue, Fallbrook  Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook cast bronze sculptures "Fallbrook Friends" (1999) by Marsha BrookSan Diego County Library, Fallbrook Branch, 124 S. Mission Road, Fallbrook 

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Fallbrook cast bronze sculpture "Bonjour" (2000) by Celou Bonnet  The Village Square, corner of Main Avenue and Alvarado, Fallbrook 

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Fallbrook sculpture "Watchful Eyes" (2001) by Cliff Hollestelle; reinstalled in 2009The Village Square, corner of Main Avenue and Alvarado, FallbrookPhotos, additional information:
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Fallbrook sculptural metal fence "The Fallbrook Fence" (2001) by Wendell Perry  Fallbrook School of the Arts, 310 E. Alvarado, Fallbrook  Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook sculpture "Maiden Voyage" (2001) by Scott Schaffer 1602 S. Mission Road, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook sculpture "Country Living" (2001) by Nancy Scott 1111 E. Mission Road, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook cast bronze sculpture "Totem Bird" (2002) by Kort Heyneman and Wendell PerryBeech Street Park, South Mission Road at Beech Street, Fallbrook  Photos, additional information:
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Fallbrook mural "Building Pride Through Beautification" (2002) by Clayton Parker Fallbrook School of the Arts, 310 E. Alvarado, Fallbrook 


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Fallbrook sculpture "The Angel" (2002) (artist unknown)520 S. Main Avenue, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook cast bronze sculpture "Tukwut" (2003) by Duncan McKiernan  Palomares House Sculpture Park, Stage Coach Lane and Brooke Road, FallbrookPhoto, additional information:
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Fallbrook metal sculpture "Beacon" (2003) by Don Rambadt  Palomares House, Palomares Park, Stage Coach Lane and Brooke Road, FallbrookPhoto:
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Fallbrook cast bronze sculpture "Crowned Prince" (2003) by William Ware  Palomares House Sculpture Park, Stage Coach Lane and Brooke Road, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook cast bronze sculptures "Joy of the Rescue" (2004) by Celou Bonnet  315 E. Ivy Street, Fallbrook 


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Fallbrook bronze memorial plaque "Guardians of Freedom" (2004) by Christopher Pardell Veterans Honor Roll Wall, The Village Square, corner of Main Avenue and Alvarado, Fallbrook 

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Fallbrook cast bronze sculptures "The Gathering Quail Family" (2004) by William Ware Palomares House Sculpture Park, Stage Coach Lane and Brooke Road, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook building-mounted mural"Sleeping Indian Landscape" (2006) by Brett Stokes  corner of Main Avenue and Hawthorne Street, Fallbrook

  
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Fallbrook 2 painted metal sculptures "Fat Happies" (2008) by Barret Debusk  northwest corner of Fallbrook Street and Mission Road, FallbrookPhoto, additional information:
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Fallbrook 10-foot by 16-foot building-mounted mural "Santa Fe Crossing Main" (2008) by Brett Stokes Main Avenue and Elder, 232 S. Main Avenue, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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North County Times  

Fallbrook 4 8-foot cast bronze sculptures Yeibichai" (2010) by Peter Mitten  Alvarado Street and Vine Street, Fallbrook  


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Fallbrook stenciled bridge railing panels "Ash Street Bridge" [date unlisted] by Wendell Parry and Peter Mitten  Ash Street, east of Main Avenue, Fallbrook Photo, additional information:
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Fallbrook metal sculpture "Struggle Dance" [date and artist unlisted] 561 Industrial Way, Fallbrook Photos, additional information:
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Fountain Valley stone sculpture [title, date and artist unlisted] exterior courtyard (near reflecting pool), Fountain Valley Library, 17635 Los Alamos, Fountain Valley   
Fullerton 15-foot by 75-foot fresco "Pastoral California" (1934) by Charles Kassler; restored (1997)  arcade along west side Plummer Auditorium, Fullerton Union High School, 201 E. Chapman Avenue, Fullerton  Photos, additional information:
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California's Living New Deal Project 
Fullerton oil-on-canvas "Orange Pickers" (1936 or 1941-42) by Paul Julian  interior wall, Fullerton Post Office, 202 E. Commonwealth Avenue, Fullerton  Photo, additional information:
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"Orange Empire" 
Fullerton 20-foot metal sculpture "Flight" (1978) by Aldo Casanova PA City Hall lawn, 303 W. Commonwealth Avenue, Fullerton  Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton 8 murals on separate panels "Lemon Park Murals" (1978) by David Whalen; restored (1998) by Emigdio Vasquez   eastern area of Lemon Park, 701 S. Lemon Street, Fullerton Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton mural "Los Niños del Mundo" (1994) by Emigdio Vasquez  Lemon Park, 701 S. Lemon Street, Fullerton Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton city signage on concrete overpass"Welcome to Fullerton" (1997) [artist unlisted] Harbor Boulevard railroad overpass, Fullerton Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton mural "Educated Choices" (1999) by Emigdio "Higgy" Vasquez, Jr., and La Vista High School students  exterior of classroom at center of campus, La Vista High School, 909 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton  Photo:
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Fullerton mural "Faces of Fullerton" (1999) by Emigdio Vasquez, Sr. and Fullerton Union High School and Nicholas Jr. High School students Fullerton Museum Center Auditorium, 301 N. Pomona Avenue, Fullerton  Photo:
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Fullerton 7 suspended painted metal panels  "Fullerton" (2001) by Matt Reynoso and Fullerton Union High School and Nicholas Jr. High School studentsdowntown Fullerton plaza parking structure, 150 E. Wilshire Avenue, Fullerton 



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Fullerton building-mounted mural"Tribute to Leo Fender" (2001) by Mike Tauber  PA above entrance, Fullerton Transportation Center, 120 E. Santa Fe Avenue, Fullerton  Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton mural "Family" (2002) by Cari Guerin and T.A.P.P. students Teen Pregnancy and Parenting Site, La Sierra High School, 1841 Orangethorpe, Fullerton  Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton mural "Hope and Love" (2003) by Katherine England and Fullerton high school studentsPlaza Park, 144 E. Wilshire Avenue, Fullerton  Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton embossed and bas relief concrete planter boxes [untitled] (2004) by Dave Maestrejuan and Fullerton high school studentsalley at Harbor Boulevard and Commonwealth Avenue, FullertonPhoto:
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Fullerton murals "Fullerton Gold" (2008) by Margaret Fowler and local high school students Yoon Jin Cho, Tierra Beasley, Amanda Ash, Kenny Mastriocchio, Elvis Villaseñor, and Jennifer Tigueros  southwest corner of State College and Yorba Linda Boulevard, Fullerton  Photo, additional information:
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Fullerton mural "Olive Park Mural" (circa 2008) by Katherine England  Olive Park, 901 Gilbert Street, Fullerton Photos, additional information:
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Katherine England  
Fullerton 10-foot by 40-foot mural "A City Rich in History" (2009) by Jun Blanco   south side of building, 140 W. Commonwealth Avenue, Fullerton Photos, additional information:
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Jun Blanco, 3  

Gardena

tile mosaic mural

theme of Western evolution of communication through forms of writing (1964) by Livio Napolitani

entrance, Gardena Mayme Dear Library, 1731 W. Gardena Boulevard, Gardena


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10-foot by 9-foot ceramic relief mural

[untitled] (1974) by Frank Matranga

entrance, Masao W. Satow Library, 14433 S. Crenshaw Boulevard, Gardena


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18 1½-foot by 5½-foot street banners in 5 designs


“Cultural Reflections Through Art”
(“Japanese-American,” “Korean-American,” “Latino-American,” “African-American,” and “Caucasian-American”) (2001) by Pia Pizzo

Rosecrans Avenue between VanNess andVermont Avenues, Gardena

 

Garden Grove 3 building-mounted mosaic murals [untitled] by Millard Sheets, Susan Hertel, and Denis O'Connor  Home Savings/Wells Fargo building, 11922 Brookhurst Street, Garden Grove  
Garden Grove 7-foot by 33-foot by 12-foot bronze sculpture, granite base "Union Passage" (1994) by Guy Angelo Wilson  Civic Center, near Euclid and Acacia, Garden Grove Photos, additional information:
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Glendale

sculpture

“Miss American Green Cross” (1928) by Frederick Willard Potter, recreated (1992) by Ron Pekar

trail head, north end of parking lot, Brand Park, 1601 W. Mountain, Glendale


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3 cast iron panels

[title unknown] (circa 1929) by Alfred F. Priest

across from the north entrance to the Municipal Services Building, Perkins Plaza, Glendale Civic Center, 633 E. Broadway Avenue, Glendale


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mural

“Family” (1983) by Mark Bowerman

underpass of 134 Freeway at Harvey Street exit, Glendale


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Glendale

metal sculpture

“Flag Folders” (1983) [artist unknown]

near flagpole at north end of the campus, Glendale High School, 1440 E. Broadway, Glendale


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bronze sculpture


“Benjamin Franklin”
(1989) by George Wayne Lundeen

walkway between Brand Boulevard and Maryland Avenue, 130 N. Brand Boulevard, Glendale


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fountain, hardscape

[no title] (1990) by Wet Design

plaza, 800 N. Brand Boulevard, Glendale


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polyurethane foam, fiberglass and white resin sculptures, fountain

“Intersection” (1991) by Juan Nava

plaza facing Brand Boulevard, Glendale City Center, 101 N. Brand Boulevard, Civic Center, Glendale (to be moved in early 2009 nearer to escalators)


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bronze sculpture

“Me Too” (1991) by Natalie Krol

north-east corner of library park, Glendale Central Library, 222 E. Harvard Street, Civic Center, Glendale


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2 bronze sculptures


“Power and the Passion”
(1993) by J. Michael Wilson

plaza and sidewalk, 500 N. Brand Boulevard, Glendale


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19-foot by 25-foot by 30-foot stainless steel sculpture

“Triumph” (1997) by James Thomas Russell

plaza area, between Burchett Street and Glenoaks Boulevard, 801 N. Brand Boulevard, Glendale


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glass mosaic clock

“Tree of Peace” (1999) by Lynn Goodpasture  PA

Glendale Metrolink Station, 400 W. Cerritos Road (near San Fernando Road), Glendale


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stainless steel wall sculpture


“Moonlight in the Waves” (2001) by Nobuyo Okuda

interior, second floor, Glendale Central Library, 222 E. Harvard Street, Civic Center, Glendale


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bronze sculpture

“Shield” (2001) by M. L. Snowden

plaza, Glendale Police Station, 140 N. Isabel Street, Glendale


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mural

“Tranquil Sunrise”  (2002) by Richard Brandt (Lead Artist), Deja Durham (Assistant); Special Education Students: Michele Marie Finn, Gilbert Ovanessian; and Room 26 Class of 2002: Stacy Chong, Anthony Collins, Joe Van Dyke, Jimmy Jones, Samantha Jurgelewicz, Sean Marshall, Beau Thomason, Candido Rodriguez, Lorna Roy and Kevin Weaver PA

Monte Vista Elementary School, 2620 Orange Avenue, Glendale


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framed painting

“Eternity” (2003) by Shmavon Shmavonyan

lobby, Glendale City Hall, 613 E. Broadway Avenue, Civic Center, Glendale


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stone mosaic mural

“Tile Carpet” (2003) by William Crite

entrance, Windsor Mini Park, 1300 E. Windsor, Glendale


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lighting, chessboards, seating

“Chess Park” (2004) by Rios Clementi Hale Studios

Chess Park (paseo between the Orange Street garage and Brand Boulevard, across from the Alex Theater), 227 N. Brand Boulevard, Glendale


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ceramic tile mosaic murals

“Mosaic for Fire Station Park” (2004) by William Crite, local school children and community members

various locations, Harvard Mini Park, 425 W. Harvard Street, Glendale


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ceiling-mounted painted sculpture

“Colorama” (2005) by Vladimir Atanian, working in collaboration with Armen Kazanchyan, Artak Atanyan and Gor Atanian

interior lobby, Pacific Community Center, 501 S. Pacific Avenue, Glendale


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fabric wall hanging

“Community Quilt”
(2005) by Daniel Marlos and community participants

interior second floor, Pacific Community Center, 501 S. Pacific Avenue, Glendale

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dome-mounted sculpture

“Lady America” (2008) [artist unknown]

atop the Excelsior Dome, Americana at Brand, East Colorado Street and South Brand Boulevard, 889 Americana Way, Glendale


 

Glendale

18 ft. gold leaf sculpture, and fountain


replica of “Spirit of American Youth” and animated fountain (2008) by Donald Harcourt De Lue

center of The Green (shows every ½ hour), Americana at Brand, East Colorado Street and South Brand Boulevard, 889 Americana Way, Glendale



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mosaic mural and fountain

[title and date unknown] by William Abell, Jr.

exterior entrance, Perkins Building, Glendale Civic Center, 141 N. Glendale Avenue, Glendale


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mural

“The History of Glendale” [date unknown] by Glendale High School students

interior lobby, Board of Education building, 223 N. Jackson Street, Glendale


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bronze sculpture


“Little Girl Reading”
[date unknown] by George Wayne Lundeen

southwest corner of Central Avenue and Dryden Street, Glendale


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ceramic tile mural

“Liberty, Justice and Freedom” [date unknown] by George Stanley

Los Angeles County Courthouse, Civic Center, 600 E. Broadway Avenue, Glendale


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sculpture and fountain

[title unknown; 3 frogs] [date and artist unknown]

Brand Boulevard entrance, Glendale Marketplace, 144 S. Brand Boulevard, Glendale


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Glendale

rock and miscellaneous objects wall sculpture

[title, date and artist unknown]

Dunsmore Park, 4700 Dunsmore Avenue, Glendale


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Glendaleimages on 15 river floodgate wing walls   "Egret's Flight" (2012) by Robert Rossoff  Glendale Narrows Riverwalk, intersection of Garden Street and Paula Avenue, Glendale
 
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Glendora

tile inlay wall

[title, date and artist unknown]

corner of Grand Avenue and Highway 66, Glendora

 

Hawthorne station art:  ceramic tile murals, sculptural benches, paving


 
"Crenshaw Stories" (1995) by Buzz Spector and Caltrans  PA station platform and street-level station entrance, Metro Green Line Crenshaw Station, 11901 S. Crenshaw Blvd., Hawthorne

 
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Hemet

bronze sculpture   

"Second Star to the Right" (2011) by Scott Streadbeck  PA

in front of WinCo Foods, 4602 W. Florida Avenue, State Highway 79, Hemet 

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Scott Streadbeck 

The Press-Enterprise  


Hesperia
 


[data forthcoming] 
   

Hermosa   Beach

bronze sculpture


“Tim Kelly Lifeguard Memorial” or “Surfer”
(1965) by William Maloney, recast by Chris Barela

Hermosa Beach Municipal Pier, Pier Avenue at Beach Drive, Hermosa Beach

 

Hermosa Beach acrylic mural "Pier Ave. 1924" (2011) by Art Mortimer
side of parking structure, Hermosa Avenue and 14th Court, Hermosa Beach 



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Holtville
 


[data forthcoming] 
   
Huntington Beach 40-foot porcelain tile mural "Poet's Table" (1998) by Terry Schoonhoven  PA Pier Plaza, Huntington Beach Pier, Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street, Huntington Beach
 
 
Huntington Beach sculpture "Surf Circle - Sounds of the Sea" (2002) by Howard Meehan and Kathleen MeehanPacific Coast Highway and Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach 

Huntington Park

suspended aluminum sculpture

“Flight” (1970) by Tom Van Sant

interior main stairway, Huntington Park Library, 6518 Miles Ave., Huntington Park


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Imperial [data forthcoming]    
Indio 18-foot by 90-foot mural "History of Transportation" (1997) by Duane Flatmo  PA 82-253 Indio Blvd., Indio


 
 
Indio 18-foot by 30-foot mural "Mary Ann's Bakery" (1997)  by Duane Flatmo  PA82-253 Indio Blvd., Indio 


 
Indio mural "Desert Cahuilla Village (1998) by Don Graycorner of Indio blvd. and Towne St., 82-862 Miles Avenue, Indio 

 

Indio

18-foot by 74-foot acrylic polymer mural

“History of the Date Industry in the Coachella Valley” (1998) by Chuck Caplinger  PA

north wall of building, 82-665 Miles Street, Indio



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Indio 18-foot by 95-foot oil paint mural "History of Electricity In and Around Indio" (2000) by Jim Fahnestock  PA45-435 Fargo Street, Indio
 


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Indio 18-foot by 95-foot oil paint mural "Agriculture in Indio and the Coachella Valley" (2002) by Jim Fahnestock  PAeast side of Yellow Mart, facing Oasis Street, 82-740 Miles Avenue, Indio


 
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Indio15-foot by 40-foot mural "History of Water in the Coachella Valley" (2003) by Don Gray  PA south wall of Performing Arts Center, 45-175 Fargo Street, Indio 



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Indio steel sculpture "One Voice" (2009) by Phillip K. Smith, III  PA Indio Teen Center, 81-678 Avenue 46, Indio 

 
Indio 10-foot metal sculpture "For The Conductor" (2009, installed 2010) by John Neumann  PA Indio Senior Center, 45-700 Aladdin Street, Indio 



 
Indio 9-foot by 3-foot by 3-foot carbon steel, copper, glass and metal gear sculpture "Gear Head 1" (circa 2010) by Kathleen Smith-Schooley  PA Indio Senior Center, 45-700 Aladdin Street, Indio  


 
Indio 14-foot by 62-foot acrylic polymer mural "Moving Towards the Future" (2012) by David Ocelotl Garcia  PA 45-125 Smurr Street, Indio



 
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Indio 20-foot by 30-foot painted steel sculpture with LED lighting, landscaping "Oculus Sol" (2012) by Buster Simpson  PA parkway, Jackson Street and Highway 111, Indio  




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Indio17-foot by 50-foot acrylic polymer mural "Rebirth" (2013) by Nicole L. Ponsler   PAwest wall of Quick N Easy store facing Kings Street, 82-660 Miles Avenue, Indio  



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Indio assemblage sculpture of 900 wall and ceiling-mounted felt and acoustic board panels  "Local Gradient" (2014) by Phillip K. Smith, III  PA interior lobby, Indio Corporate Yard/Water Authority building, 83-101 Avenue 45, Indio, CA 


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Inglewood

8-foot by 240-foot, 60-panel petrachrome (cast concrete and terrazzo) mosaic mural


“History of Transportation” (1940) by Helen Lundeberg

Grevillea Art Park, Manchester Boulevard and Grevillea Avenue, Inglewood


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Inglewood

station art:  cast bronze sculptures; granite benches

“Companions” (1995) by Mineko Grimmer and Caltrans  PA

station platform, Metro Green Line Hawthorne/Lennox Station, 11230 S. Acacia Street, Inglewood



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Irvine 2 11-foot painted concrete column sculptures[untitled] (1993) by Joyce Kohl  PANorthwood Community Park, 4531 Bryan Avenue, Irvine Additional information:
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Irvine inlays, sculptural seating and timeline piece, lighting [untitled] (1995) by Mark Lere PA  entryway/courtyard, Heritage Park Regional Library, 14361 Yale Avenue, Irvine  

La Cañada Flintridge

15-foot by 15-foot ceramic mosaic mural

[untitled: wind and sea] (1971) by Frank Matranga  PA

exterior entrance, La Cañada Flintridge Library, 4545 N. Oakwood Ave., La Cañada Flintridge



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La Cañada Flintridge 4-foot by 90-foot porcelain tile mural  [untitled:  life in the foothills] (2014) by Miriam Balcazar  PAsoundwall on Curran Street between Indiana Avenue and Union Street, La Cañada-Flintridge   



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La Crescenta 3 murals, 300-foot frieze   [untitled] (2009) by Evan Le Grande Wilson  PA  interior lobby, La Crescenta Library, La Crescenta Avenue and Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta   Additional information:
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La Crescenta stained glass windows  "Our Community in the Foothills" (2009) by Timothy Gibbs  PA  entrance, La Crescenta Library, La Crescenta Avenue and Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta  Additional information:
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Laguna Beach cast bronze sculpture, stone-faced pedestal fountain "Boy and Dog" (1933, renovated 2008) by Ruth Peabody  PAJahraus Park, between Cliff Drive and Lower Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beachceramic tile mosaic table and 2 chairs"Canyon Chess and Checkers" (1981) by Marlo Bartels  PA Main Beach, Coast Highway at terminus of Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach 



Laguna Beachmetal and concrete sculpture "Sunbathers" (1983) by Leonard Glasser  Nita Carmen Park, Wilson Street and St. Anns Drive, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach sculptural rock benches "A Rocky Ledge" (1984) by Julia Klemek and Leslie Robbins  Heisler Park, S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 


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Laguna Beach bronze sculpture, 2-foot concrete pedestal  "Mother and Child" (1984) [artist unknown] public space provided by Laguna Presbyterian Church, 417 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach


 
Laguna Beach 6-foot carved redwood sculpture "Eiler Larsen (The Laguna Greeter)" (1986) by Guy Angelo Wilson Greeter's Corner, 329 S. Coast Highway, Laguna Beach 


 
Laguna Beach 2½-foot by 2½-foot by 2½-foot bronze sculpture, stone base
"Second Thought" (1992) by Herbert Laizans  PA650 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach bronze sculpture "Kelpbed Delight" (1992) by Terry Thornsley  PAentrance to Physician Center West, 31852 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach Photos, additional information:
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Terry Thornsley  
Laguna Beach pottery- and glass-embedded concrete bench"Villa Bella Grotto" (1992) by Leah Vasquez  PA2470 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach

 
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Laguna Beach 5 metal sculptures "Interlude" (1993) by Peter Busby  PAAlta Laguna Park, 3290 Alta Laguna Boulevard, Laguna Beach  

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Laguna Beach 22-foot by 120-foot painted steel sculpture with chimes"Music of the Spheres" (1994) by Nancy Mooslin  PA Lang Park, 21540 Wesley Drive (S. Pacific Coast Highway and Wesley Drive), Laguna Beach  

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Nancy Mooslin  
Laguna Beach bronze sculpture, fountain"Synchronicity" (1995) by Wyland  PA509 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  

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Laguna Beach 12-foot by 130-foot hand-painted ceramic tile mural  "The Whaling Wall" (1996) by Wyland  509 S. Coast Highway, Laguna Beach 



 
Laguna Beachstone bench "Eucalyptus Bench" (1998) by Julia Klemek   PA across from Laguna Art Museum, Cliff Drive and Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach Photos, additional information:
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Julia Klemek 
Laguna Beach2 murals "Old California" (1998) by Mary Ellen Weherli  PA 777 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach  

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Laguna Beachmetal and wood sculptural bench "Support" (1999) by Louis Longi Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach  



Laguna Beach4-foot by 4-foot clay sculpture "In Central Park" (installed 1999; created 1962) by Jerry Rothman  Heisler Park Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach  




Laguna Beachclay sculpture "2001#1" (installed 1999; created 1973) by Jerry Rothman  PAHeisler Park Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 



  
Laguna Beach3 stone relief sculptural benches  "Trio" (2000) by Jorg Dubin  Heisler Park Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach  



Laguna Beachbronze sculpture "Deer Warrior" (2000) by Cheryl Ekstrom  Jahraus Park, between Cliff Drive and Lower Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach

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Laguna Beach concrete and stainless steel sculpture "Rock Pile Carve" (2000) by George Stone  Heisler Park, Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 




Laguna Beach 5 metal sculptures "Canyon Spirits" (2000) by  Ralph Tarzian  PA891 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach 

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City of Laguna Beach   
Laguna Beach bronze sculpture "Chasing Butterflies" (2001) by De L'Esprie  PA600 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach bronze sculpture "Whirly Bird" (2001) by De L'Esprie  PA600 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach 

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Laguna Beach tinted concrete and tile bench "Chambered Nautilus Bench (2001) by Carolyn Reynolds  Forest Avenue and Glenneyre Street, Laguna Beach  


Photo:
City of Laguna Beach  
Laguna Beach three 5-foot by 5-foot stainless steel panels  "Steps in the Sand" (2001) by Marsh Scott  PA1575 N. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach Photos, additional information:
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Marsh Scott   
Laguna Beach metal sculpture "Viking Studio" (2002) by Jorg Dubin  PAcorner of S. Pacific Coast Highway and Bluebird Canyon Drive, Laguna Beach Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach caste bronze table and 2 chairs, decorative brick wall   "A Tranquil Moment" (2002) by Jason Kopydlowski  PA Browns' Park, 551 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach 



Laguna Beach metal and wood bench "Blue Sky" (2002) by James T. Russell  1590 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach 

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City of Laguna Beach  
Laguna Beach metal, wood and stained glass hand railing "Sound and Sight" (2002) by Raymond Persinger  PA Browns' Park 551 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  



Additional info.:
Raymond Persinger  
Laguna Beach 6-foot by 4-foot by 16-inch stainless steel sculpture, concrete base "Wave Dance" (2002) by Marsh Scott  PA30922 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  Photos, additional information:
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Marsh Scott  
Laguna Beach 32-foot by 4-foot glass mural "Eternal Sunset" (2003) by John Barber  PATreasure Island Park, 30801 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  

Photos, additional information:
City of Laguna Beach  
John Barber  
Laguna Beach lighted bronze and glass paneled urns "Eucalyptus Urns" (2003) by John Barber  PATreasure Island Park, 30801 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach

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Laguna Beach bronze and stone sculpture"Voyager" (2003) by Linda Brunker  PATreasure Island Park, 30801 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  

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Laguna Beach 7-foot by 40-foot porcelain tile wall sculpture "Life Force" (2003) by Dora De Larios   PATreasure Island Park, 30801 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  

Photos, additional information:
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Dora De Larios  
Laguna Beach building-mounted bronze and copper sculpture "Wavepoint" (2003) by Jorg Dubin  PA688 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach bronze sculpture "Parallel Dance" (2003) by Cheryl Eckstrom  Treasure Island Park, 30801 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  

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Laguna Beach steel and granite sculpture "North and South Waves" (2003) by Larry Gill  PAentrance to Forest Avenue [per City of Laguna Beach], Laguna Beach 

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Laguna Beach 5 bronze sculptures "Repose" (2003) by Gerard Basil Stripling  PATreasure Island Park, 30801 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  

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Gerard Basil Stripling  
Laguna Beach 2-foot by 4-foot copper-rimmed glass mosaic tile mural "Nautilus Shell" (2003) by Mia Tavonatti   PA270 Brooks Street, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beachglass, ceramic tile and concrete sculpture "Laguna Tortoise" (2003) by Michele Taylor  PA Bluebird Park, Bluebird Canyon Drive and Cress Street, Laguna Beach  

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Laguna Beachbronze gateway sculpture "Peacescape" (2003) by Terry Thornsley  PA Treasure Island Park, 30801 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  

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Laguna Beachconcrete, wood and cut steel bench "Five Frog Bench" (2004) by John Alabaster  PA 417 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  


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Laguna Beach brass, copper and stainless steel sculpture, concrete fountain "Water Lily" (2004) by Larry Gill  PA295 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach 4-foot cast bronze sculpture, concrete base "The Shopper" (2004) by Andrew Myers  PAcorner of Ocean Avenue and Beech Street, Laguna Beach  


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Laguna Beach series of mosaic murals "Memento" (2004) by Gerard Basil Stripling  PALang Park, 21540 Wesley Drive (Wesley Drive and S. Pacific Coast Highway), Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach three 33-inch cast bronze sculptures, concrete base  "The Discussion" (2004) by Ralph Tarzian   PAcorner of Forest Avenue and Ocean Avenue, Laguna Beach  Photos, additional information:
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Ralph Tarzian  
Laguna Beach 5-foot by 6-foot mosaic ceramic tile mural "Laguna Coastline" (2004) by Mia Tavonatti   PA231 Broadway Avenue, Laguna Beach  



Laguna Beach sandstone, concrete and cedar shade structure and benches "Canyon View" (2005) by Jorg Dubin, David Cooke and Jeff Peters  PA 375 Broadway Avenue, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach mosaic mural "Discovery, Mozambique" (2005) by Mia Tavonatti  PA

1740 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Mia Tavonatti  
Laguna Beach ceramic mosaic mural  "Water Wall" (2005) by Francesca Zobeck  Anita Street beach access, Laguna Beach  

Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach 5-foot by 5-foot ceramic tile mosaic mural "Canyon Preserve" (2006) by Michele Taylor  west exterior wall of Laguna Beach County Water District building, 306 Third Street, Laguna Beach
 
 
Laguna Beach 3 carved granite sculptures, 2 bronze sculptures, granite obelisk and pavement medallion "The People's Council" (2006) by Linda Brunker  PAplaza in front of Laguna Beach Fire Department, 505 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach  



Laguna Beach fence-mounted painted and framed ceramic postcard images "Greetings from Laguna" (2006) by Sherry Bullard and Marsh Scott  PA1200 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  



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Laguna Beach 7-foot ceramic sculpture "Green Man with Red Birds" (2006) by Julia Klemek  PAnortheast corner of Monterey Street and Catalina Avenue (Village Green Park), Laguna Beach Photos, additional information:
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Julia Klemek   
Laguna Beach sculpture "Beacon" (2007) by John Barber and Louis Longi  PA 1900 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach  


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Laguna Beach cast bronze, glass and metal sculptural bench "Usher In" (2007) by John Barber and Louis Longi   PA1900 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Canyon  


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Laguna Beach painted ceramic tile bench "Another Beautiful Day in Paradise" (2007) by Valerie Gorrell and Helma Bovenizer  PA 363 Glenneyre, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
City of Laguna Beach  
Laguna Beach 2 metal sculptures "Lola and the Bird" (2007) by Vincent Magni  Bluebird Canyon Drive and Oriole Drive, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach metal and ceramic tile mosaic sculpture "Pearl" (2007) by Dan Skaggs  PA1833 S. Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna Beach  


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Laguna Beach 2 cast bronze sculptures "Laguna Locals" (2008) by Terry Thornsley  PA Crescent Bay Point Park, Laguna Beach  Photos, additional information:
City of Laguna Beach  
Terry Thornsley   
Laguna Beach bronze sculpture "Rendezvous" (2008) by Tuan  Heisler Park Sculpture Garden, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 




Laguna Beach sculptural park gate "Bluebird Park Gate" (2009) by Jon Seeman  PABluebird Park, Bluebird Canyon Drive and Cress Street, Laguna Beach  

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City of Laguna Beach  
Laguna Beach painted moulded concrete bench "Wave 1" (2009) by Doug Snider  PA777 and 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach painted moulded concrete bench "Wave 2" (2009) by Doug Snider  PA 777 and 935 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beach glass, bronze and limestone bench sculpture "Moving Forward" (2009) by Gerard Stripling and Michele Taylor  PA entrance to Community and Senior Centre, 380 Third Street, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
City of Laguna Beach  
Laguna Beach 5-foot bronze sculpture "The Classic" (circa 2010) by Andrew Myers  PA Brooks Street stairs, terminus of South Brooks Street, Laguna Beach  

Photos:
Daily Pilot   
Laguna Beach 16-foot stainless steel and CORTEN steel sculpture "Breaching Whale" (2010) by Jon Seeman Heisler Park Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 




 
Laguna Beach  4 (of a planned 15) window-mounted murals   "Locals of Laguna Beach: Woods Cove, Laguna Canyon, Divers Cove, Top of the World" (2010) by Mike Tauber  PA building exterior of Whole Foods Market facing Broadway Street, 283 Broadway Street, Laguna Beach Additional information:
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Laguna Beach Independent  
Laguna Beach rock and steel sculpture (with 2 beams from the World Trade Center wreckage) "Semper Memento" (2011) by Jorg Dubin   Heisler Park Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 



 
Laguna Beach 7-foot by 32-foot 8-panel mural"Keep It Clean For The Next" (2011) by Sandra Jones Campbell, with David Barnett, Stephanie Snee and Robin Hextrum  PA  248 S. Coast Highway at Forest Lane, Laguna Beach



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Laguna Beach polished steel sculpture "Cathexis" [date unlisted] by Steven Harmon [may be removed for repairs (Jan. 2011)]

Riddle Field, Hillcrest Drive, Laguna Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Laguna Beachceramic and slab stone sculpture, steel pavement insets"Little Treasures" (2011) by Scott and Naomi Schoenherr  PAHeisler Park Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 



 
Laguna Beach 2 bronze and ceramic sculptures, 4 mosaic pavement murals, natural stone seating"Time Connected" (2012) by Scott and Naomi Schoenherr  PAHeisler Park Sculpture Garden, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach 


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Laguna Beach 13-foot by 75-foot acrylic mural "Wonder" (2012) by PowerOfWordsProject and students from Laguna College of Art and Design 2105 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach

 
 
Laguna Beachcast glass and stainless steel sculptural bench "Tide Pool Paddleboard" (2013) by Larry Gill and Gavin Heath  PA Heisler Park Sculpture Garden, Cliff Drive and Jasmine Street, Heisler Park, 375 S. Cliff Drive, Laguna Beach


 
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Laguna Beach 4-foot by 72-foot fence-mounted fused glass and stainless steel sculpture 

"Colors of the Canyon" (2013) by Marsh Scott  PA 451 Broadway Street [approximate], Laguna Beach 


Additional info.:
Marsh Scott 
Laguna Beach 12-foot by 40-foot wall-mounted sculpture (unknown media)  "The Waterman's Wall" (2013) by Randy Morgan  side of Hobie Surf Shop, 294 Forest Avenue, Laguna Beach


 
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Laguna Beach 10-foot sculpture, 3-foot diameter base "Warriors United" (2013) by Cheryl Ekstrom  PA 


corner of Broadway Street and Acacia Drive, Laguna Beach 



 
Laguna Beach bronze, copper and stainless steel wall-mounted sculpture with LED lighting "Grace" (2014) by Terry Thornsley  PA entrance to Life Guard Headquarters, Main Beach, Coast Highway and Broadway Street, Laguna Beach
 


 
Laguna Hills  3 oil-on-wood paintings (title, date, and artist unknown)  PA  interior lobby, Laguna Hills Civic Center, 24035 El Toro Road, Laguna Hills

 
Laguna Hills  3 acrylic-on-canvas murals  (title unknown) 2010 by Robert Evans  PA interior council chambers, Laguna Hills Civic Center, 24035 El Toro Road, Laguna Hills Additional info.:
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Laguna Niguel

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Laguna Woods

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La Habra sculpture [untitled or "Butterfly Sculpture"] (2005) by Maria Tinajero-Dowdle and April Baxter  Children's Museum, 301 S. Euclid Street, La Habra 




La Jolla mural "Favorite Color" (2010) by Roy McMakin 7596 Eads, La Jolla, CA

 
 

Lake Forest

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Lake Elsinore mural "Lake Elsinore Santa Fe Railroad Station" (2010) by Robin Golden   Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce (formerly Lake Elsinore Train Depot), Graham Avenue and Spring Street, Lake Elsinore 

 
Lake Elsinore various murals [untitled] (2010) by Robin Golden and Jeff Golden sides of gymnasium, Lakeside High School, 32593 Riverside Drive, Lake Elsinore 

 
Lake Elsinore 80-foot mural "Elsinore Grand Prix Tribute Mural" (2014) by Robin Golden side of building (The Wreck), 117 W. Graham Avenue, Lake Elsinore


 
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The Press-Enterprise 

Lakewood

bas relief wall sculpture


“Body of Knowledge”
(1972) by Tom Van Sant

exterior entrance, Angelo M. Iacoboni Library, 4990 Clark Ave., Lakewood


Additional info.:
La Mesa painted utility boxes several artists, various dates several locations  


Additional info.:
City of La Mesa  

La Mirada

bronze sculpture


“Pirate” (2007) [artist unknown]

entrance, La Mirada Regional Aquatics Center, behind city hall, La Mirada

La Mirada

sculpture

[title unknown; Japanese Lantern] [date and artist unknown]

Civic Center Plaza, 13700 La Mirada Boulevard, La Mirada

La Mirada

bronze sculpture

[title, date and artist unknown]

La Mirada Theater for the Performing Arts, 14900 La Mirada Boulevard, La Mirada

 

La Mirada

fountain with waterfall

[title, date and artist unknown]

La Mirada City Hall, 13700 La Mirada Boulevard, La Mirada

 

Lancaster [data forthcoming]    

La Palma

[data   forthcoming]

 

La Puentemurals "ooo" (2008) by Claudia Reisenberger and Franka Diehnelt, Merge Conceptual Design  PA Allen J. Martin Park, 14830 E. Giordano Street, La Puente


 
Additional info.
Los Angeles County Arts Commission 
La Quinta 12-foot sculptural canopy supported by 4 stone, ceramic tile and Venetian glass mosaic pillars

"In Between Earth and Sky" (1998) by Alber de Matteis and Kim Emerson near community pool, Fritz Burns Park, 78107 Avenue 52, La Quinta Additional info.:
City of La Quinta
La Quinta metal sculpture,  ceramic tile and native rock sculptural pool image "Fish Trap With Bear" (2000) by Terrie Haynes, Mike Teague and John Branstetter, with La Quinta Arts Foundation, V!Va Foundation, and Coachella Boys and Girls ClubBear Creek bike path, southwest corner of Calle Tecate and Avenida Madero, La Quinta, CA 




 additional info.:
City of La Quinta

La Quinta

7 painted metal arches

"Rainbow Arches" (2002) by Aedwyn Darroll [modified in 2006 by Ric Vigallon] 

north of tennis courts, Fritz Burns Park,  La Quinta

Additional info:

City of La Quinta

La Quinta [additional data forthcoming]    

La Verne

cast concrete tile mural

“WPA Music Building Mural” (circa 1939) by the Federal Arts Project of the Works Progress Administration (restored by the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles)

Building 400, Damien High School (originally Bonita Union High School), 2280 Damien Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

10-foot by 14-foot ceramic relief mural

“La Verne Heritage” or “Old La Verne Landscape” (1984-1985) by Frank Matranga

interior lobby, La Verne Public Library, 3640 “D” Street, La Verne


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La Verne

wood, glass and bronze entrance doors


“Live Oak Tree Doors”
(1987) by Ruben Guajardo

entrance, La Verne Public Library, 3640 “D” Street, La Verne



La Verne

3-foot by 3-foot acrylic mural


“La Verne Rancho”
(1991) by Jeff Faust, Chris Toovey and Joy McAllister

2325 “D” Street (in alley between Bonita Avenue and Third Street), La Verne

 

La Verne

acrylic mural

“Scrapbook” (1992) by Chris Toovey, Jeff Faust and Joy McAllister

Art and Communications Building (facing Arrow Highway), University of La Verne (formerly Peyton Packing House), 2016 “D” Street, La Verne

 

La Verne

acrylic mural

[untitled] (1994) by Chris Toovey and Jeff Faust

2171 Third Street (at “E” Street), La Verne

 

La Verne

13-foot by 9½-foot ceramic relief mural


(1995) by Frank Matranga

Foothill Blvd. at “D” Street, 2095 Foothill Boulevard, La Verne




La Verne

acrylic mural

“Request” (1995) by Joy McAllister, Chris Toovey and Jeff Faust

side of historic packing house north of Arrow Highway, 1941 White Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

cast concrete bas relief mural

[untitled] (1995) by Jim Wirick

concrete wall south of Metrolink tracks, 1941 White Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

10-foot by 30-foot acrylic mural

“Transportation Past and Present” (1997) by Chris Toovey and Joy McAllister  PA

facing west, southeast corner of Bonita Avenue and “D” Street, 2224 Bonita Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

3-foot by 6-foot concrete sculpture


“U.L.V. Leopard”
(1998) by Sarita Camille Waite

Sneaky Park, east of “C” Street between Second and Third Streets, 1950 Third Street, La Verne

 

La Verne

cut glass mural

“Mountain Waves”
(2000) by Brian Worley

at First Street, 2070 White Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

acrylic-on-sheet metal sculpture

“It’s Your Fault” (2001) by Leah Vasquez

Gateway Pointe, Foothill Blvd. at Moreno Avenue, 1275 Foothill Boulevard, La Verne


 

La Verne

stucco bas relief mural

“Mountainscape” (2001) by Brian Worley

south walls of building facing Arrow Highway, 1960 San Dimas Canyon Road, La Verne

 

La Verne

fiberglass and paint sculpture


“Angel Sculpture”
(2002) by art students from Bonita High School

City Council Chamber, La Verne City Hall, 3660 “D” Street, La Verne

 

La Verne

5 acrylic-on-canvas murals

“Citrus Views” (2002) by Joy McAllister

rear of buildings facing Arrow Highway and west of Wheeler Avenue, 1318 Palomares Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

ceramic tiles

“Roynon Tiles” (2002) by 2001-2002 La Verne Kindergarten Students

Roynon Elementary School, 2715 “E” Street (facing Sixth Street), La Verne

 

La Verne

wall-mounted painted steel sculpture

[untitled] (2002) by Dianne Schramm and Charles DuBay

rear of building facing Durward Way (visible from the High School field to the south), 2244 Foothill Boulevard, La Verne

 

La Verne

ceramic tile mural


(2003) by Kevin Stewart-Magee and Gilbert Lujan

facing Fruit Street, 2229 Foothill Boulevard, La Verne

 

La Verne

mural

“Firefighter” (2003) by Joy McAllister and Chris Toovey

Public Safety Building, 2061 Third Street, La Verne

 

La Verne

2 sculptures


“The Angle of Repose”
(2008) by Steven Elicker

1600 Foothill Boulevard (The Commons), La Verne

 

La Verne 9-foot by 15-foot ceramic tile mural
 
"Pride of La Verne" (2003) by Kevin Stewart-Magee
 
east side of building (Kohl's), 2229 Foothill Blvd., La Verne  
La Verne 2 granite mosaic murals of mountain ranges with historic and Route 66 images "Route 66" (2014) by Brian Worley  PA 




La Verne Village, 2855 Foothill Blvd., La Verne


 

La Verne

sheet aluminum sculpture

“Oak Tree” [date unknown] by Eric Davis

1025 Sentinel Drive, La Verne

 

La Verne

5-foot by 7-foot sculpture

[untitled] by Dan Romero

2169 Wright Avenue (Jet Delivery), La Verne


Additional info.:

La Verne

tile mural

“Train Mural” [date unknown] by Peter Salzmann and Sharon Yates

Palomares Business Park, 900 Palomares Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

mural


“Citrus Label Mural”
[date unknown] by Chris Toovey

south wall, University of La Verne, 2230 First Street, La Verne

 

La Verne

copper sculpture

“Wright Brothers Airplane Replica” [date unknown] by Unique Artworks By Wade

northwest corner, Puddingstone Drive and Wright Avenue, La Verne

 

La Verne

mobile

“Spinning Silhouette Mobile” [date unknown] by W. F. Construction

620 Arrow Highway, La Verne

 

Lawndale 20-foot by 15-foot
 translucent glass panel wall piece
  
"Subdivisions" (2008) by Anne Marie Karlsen  PA  exterior and interior, Lawndale Public Library, 14715 Burin Avenue, Lawndale  Photos, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission 
Lennox  ceramic tile mural  "Fun at the Lennox Plunge" (2008) by Wayne Healy  PA   Lennox Park poolhouse, 10828 S. Condon Avenue, Lennox  Photos, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission  
Lennox 3 stained-glass panels "Portal de Ensuenos"(2009) by Denis Richardson  PA above entrance, Lennox Public Library, 4359 Lennox Boulevard, Lennox  Photo, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission   



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Long Beach

stone monument sculpture

“Abraham Lincoln Monument” (1915) by Peter Bisson

East Civic Center Plaza at Pacific Avenue and First Street, Long Beach


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Long Beach 800-square foot mosaic mural "Recreations of Long Beach" (1936-1938; re-installed 1982)
by Stanton Macdonald-Wright and Albert King [W.P.A. Project] 
north end of The Promenade and Long Beach Plaza, south side of parking garage, 252 E. Third Street, Long Beach  

[formerly at Long Beach Municipal Auditorium]


Additional info.:
The Living New Deal  

Long Beach

ceramic tile mural

“Time and Tide: The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts” (1977) by Alison McMahon

interior, Bayshore Branch Library, 195 Bayshore Avenue, Long Beach



Long Beach

sculpture


“Triangles on Grid”
(1984) by Larry Bell


245 Broadway at Pacific, Long Beach

 

Long Beach

101-foot acrylic mural

“Community of Music” (1989) by Ben Valenzuela, with Brittney Powers, Opie Ortiz, Glen Sabalza, and Art Valenzuela

George Washington Middle School, Fifteenth Street and Cedar Avenue, Long Beach


Additional info.:

Long Beach

12-foot by 50-foot mural

“Urban Transit” (1989) by Ernesto de la Loza

east side of Orange Avenue at railroad underpass, between Del Amo Boulevard and 52nd Street, Long Beach


Long Beach

13-foot by 72-foot acrylic mural

“Oil, Life, Ecology”
(1990) by Eva Cockcroft

California National Guard Armory, 854 E. Seventh Street, Long Beach

Photo, additional information:

Long Beach

3 8-foot by 12-foot acrylic murals

“Storytellers” (1991) by Elizabeth Garrison, with Dareth Morm and Michelle Saucedo

14th Street and Peterson Avenue (NQ Market), Long Beach

Photo, additional information:

Long Beach

15-foot by 40-foot acrylic mural


“Together We Dance”
(1991) by Elliott Pinkney, with Idris Brown, Fermin “Pete” Santa Cruz

1328 Walnut Street (CD Auto Repair), Long Beach


Photo, additional information:

Long Beach

station art:  sundial sculpture inscribed with poetry, cast concrete stools, pylon-mounted etched glass disk


“Great Gathering Place” (1992) by  Jacqueline Dreager  PA

Metro Blue Line Wardlow Station, 3420 N. Pacific Avenue, Long Beach



Additional info.:

Long Beach

acrylic mural

“Learning” (1992) by Ann Phong, with Nebra Flewellen, Renita Harper and Kevin Murray

299 E. Artesia Boulevard, Long Beach


Photo, additional information:

Long Beach

10-foot by 27-foot acrylic mural

“Open Minds, Open Hearts: Building the Future” (1992) by Eva Cockcroft

346 W. Eighth Street (Star’s Market), Long Beach


Photo, additional information:

Long Beach

three dimensional light sculpture


“The Majic Wand”
(1992-1997) by Rockne Krebs  PA

Pine Square, 245 Pine Avenue, Long Beach


Photo, additional information:

Long Beach

acrylic mural

“Village Pride With Sights High” (1992) by Ricardo Mendoza, with Daniel Moreno, George Flores, Jr., Juan Espinoza, Philip Lopez, Rigoberto Bernal, and local youth

east wall, Drake Park Community Center, 951 Maine Avenue, Long Beach


Photo, additional information:

Long Beach

10-foot by 40-foot acrylic mural

“Melody of Life” (1993) by Trace Tres Fukuhara, with Michelle Saucedo, Andrew Gulmatico, Guillermo Avalos, and Dareth Morm

Long Beach Senior Center, 1150 Fourth Street, Long Beach


Additional info.:

Long Beach

station art: 6 pylon-mounted counter-rotating enamel-on-metal disks


(1994) by Paul Tzanetopoulos  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line First Street Station, 108 N. Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach



Additional info.:

Long Beach

station art: 14 pylon-mounted concrete and porcelain enamel photo montage disks

“Local Odysseys” (1994) by Terry Braunstein  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line Anaheim Street Station, 1290 N. Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach



Additional info.:

Long Beach

station art: 12 pylon-mounted concrete, tile and aluminum disks


by Joe Lewis  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line Pacific Coast Highway Station, 1798 N. Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach



Additional info.:

Long Beach

station art: 6 42-inch pylon-mounted stained glass and epoxy resin windows

“Failed Ideals” (1995) by Jim Isermann  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line Fifth Street Station, 598 N. Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach



Additional info.:

Long Beach

station art: canopy-mounted metal sculpture

“Angel Train” (1995) by Patrick Mohr  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line Transit Mall Station, 128 W. First Street, Long Beach



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imprinted shadow shapes

“Shadow Casting on the Shore” (1995) by Craig Cree Stone

Belmont Shore Second Street sidewalks, building facades and median strips between Bayshore Avenue and Livingston Drive, Long Beach

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acrylic mural

“Unlock Your Imagination” (1995) by ManOne and Art Neri

North Branch Library, 5571 Orange Ave. (at 56th Street), Long Beach

 

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27-foot by 119-foot acrylic mural

“Villa Alamitos” (1995) by Art Mortimer

Alamitos and Seventh Street, Long Beach

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12 pylon-mounted concrete and glass mosaic panels

“We Know Who We Are” (1995) by June Edmonds PA

Station Platform, Metro Blue Line Pacific Station, 498 Pacific Avenue, Long Beach



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steel sculptures, tile mosaic medallions, tile benches, engraved pavement


“Street Park Parable”
(1996) by Robin Brailsford

northeast and southeast corners of Stearns Street and Bellflower Boulevard, and northwest and southwest corners of Stearns Street and Marwick Avenue, Long Beach

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Long Beach 3 metal sculptures mounted on glass mosaic totem poles "Totems" (circa 1998) by Miriam Wosk and Gale McCallpocket park, corner of Bellflower Boulevard and Colorado Avenue, Long Beach  Photo, additional information:
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Long Beach landscaping and design (1998-2001) by Gale McCall pocket park, corner of Bellflower Boulevard and Colorado Avenue, Long Beach 

 

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circular maze (pavement, turf, concrete)

“Maiz” (1999) by Barbara McCarren and Jud Fine  PA

Cesar E. Chavez Park, Golden Avenue, Long Beach

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5 15-foot steel sculptures

“Mystic Tides” (1999) by Dean Alexander Smith  PA

along Broadway, near Long Beach Boulevard, Elm Avenue, Linden Avenue, and Alamitos Boulevard, Long Beach

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ceramic tile mural

[untitled] (2000) by Thomas Barter and Terry Braunstein

First Street between Linden and Elm Avenue, Long Beach


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2 ceramic tile murals (16-foot by 16-foot and 9-foot by 9-foot)


“The Discovery of the City of Long Beach” (2002) 
by Sandow Birk  PA

Fourth Street and Promenade (City Place shopping center), Long Beach


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cement and iron sculpture, ceramic tile base

“Flora and Fauna” (2002) by Thomas Barter and Lisa Jacobs  PA

Bixby Knolls Park, San Antonio Drive, Long Beach


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18-foot by 300-foot acrylic mural


“A History of Long Beach”
(2003) by Art Mortimer

along Freeway offramp, Long Beach


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12-foot by 46-foot acrylic mural


“California Heights” (2004) by Art Mortimer   PA

entrance to California Heights Historic District, Long Beach


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18-foot by 91-foot acrylic and tile mural


“Northwest Passage”
(2004) by Art Mortimer, with Steve Elicker and Lesa Neal

pedestrian tunnel under 91 Freeway, Long Beach


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18-foot by 92-foot acrylic and tile mural

“Coastal Passage” (2005) by Art Mortimer, with Steve Elicker and Lesa Neal

pedestrian tunnel under 91 Freeway, Long Beach


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21-foot by 108-foot acrylic mural


“Long Beach Veterans”
(2006) by Art Mortimer

facing Houton Park, corner of Atlantic Boulevard and Harding Street, Long Beach


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station art:  photo-embossed glass canopy, concrete benches with inscribed poetry

“Out of Sight” (2006) by Franka Diehnelt and Claudia Reisenberger  PA

station platform, Metro Blue Line Willow Station, 2750 American Avenue, Long Beach



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15-foot by 65-foot acrylic mural


“Craftsman Village”
(2007) by Art Mortimer

Craftsman Village Historic District, Long Beach


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Long Beach 27-foot by 200-foot acrylic mural"Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum" (2009) by Art Mortimer   4 sides of the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum, 695 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach Additional info.:
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Long Beach photomural canopy structure, paving "Aerial Plaza" (2010) by Carl Cheng  PA mid-block of The Promenade,
between Ocean Blvd. and Third Street, Long Beach   



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Long Beach 5 stainless steel water jet cut panel sculptures, lighting, landscaping, stained concrete pavement

"Image Emergence:  Promenade of Clouds" (2011) by Craig Cree Stone PA   south block of The Promenade, between Ocean Blvd. and Third St., Long Beach 


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Long Beach 60-foot by 18-foot 2-panel multi media mural with laser-cut aluminum sculpture
 
"Welcome to Long Beach" (2011) by John M. Valadez  PAnortheast corner of Magnolia Avenue and Broadway, 421 Broadway, Long Beach 



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Long Beach 30-foot by 10-foot by 6-foot aluminum sculpture with lighting program "Seagrass" (2011) by Barbara Grygutis  PAOcean Blvd. traffic median, 300 feet east of Magnolia Avenue, Long Beach


  
 
Long Beach 7-foot by 20-foot wheat-pasted photographic mural "Flying Morrison" (2013) by Jim Coke  west side of building facing Frontenac Court, 425 E. 4th Street, Long Beach  



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Long Beach 25-foot by 24-foot metal mesh with 3-dimentional LED lighting  "Murmuration" (2013) by Jennifer Steinkamp interior lobby, Governor George Deukmejian Courhouse, 275 Magnolia Avenue, Long Beach, CA 

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