PUBLIC ART DATA FOR LOS ANGELES, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HAWAII 

 

CITIES N - P


National City, Newport Beach, Niland, Norco, Norwalk
Oceanside, Ontario, Orange, Oxnard
Palmdale, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Paramount, Pasadena, Perris, Pico Rivera, Placentia, Playa Vista, Pomona, Poway

Artworks listed with PA have been publicly funded through local public art programs.
 
National City mural"National City Mural" (1996) by Edwardo Juarez 

 [location unknown]Photo:
Calisphere - University of California   
National City bronze sculpture "National City Fire Headquarters Sculpture" (2010) by Richard Becker  PA 16th Street and "D" Avenue, National City 



Photo, additional information:
Richard Becker  
Newport Beach 
(Corona del Mar)
approx. 5-foot by 3-foot painted concrete sculpture "Seagulls in Flight" (circa 1960 / restored 2015) by Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Cameron 

(commissioned by Friends of the Library in memory of Molly McClintock) 

Corona del Mar Library, 420 Marigold Avenue, Corona del Mar, Newport Beach


 
Newport Beach 5-foot by 4-foot by 3-foot metal sculpture, concrete base"Horizons '76" (1976) by Rafe Affleck  PA  



courtyard, Newport Beach City Hall, 3330 Newport Blvd., Newport Beach 

NOTE:  SCULPTURE MAY HAVE BEEN REMOVED

Photos, additional information:
City of Newport Beach  
Smithsonian American Art Museum   
Newport Beach 3-foot by 4-foot by 2-foot granite sculpture; 2-foot by 4-foot by 3-foot granite base "Good Friends"("Nakayoshi") (1984) by Eiichi Ishida  east lawn/courtyard, Newport Beach Central Library, 1000 Avocado Avenue, Newport Beach 

 


Photos, additional information:
Smithsonian American Art Museum  
Newport Beach 7-foot by 3-foot bronze sculpture; 2-foot diameter granite base  "Interface" (1984) by Bill Bedford  7 Corporate Plaza Drive, Newport Beach

 
 
 
Newport Beach 10-foot by 15-foot bronze and stone sculpture; 4-foot granite base "Dissimilar Equals"(1987) by Bill Bedford  southeast corner of Corporate Plaza and Corporate Plaza Drive, 
7 Corporate Plaza Drive, Newport Beach 

 
 
Newport Beach 6-foot by 4-foot bronze sculpture suspended above pool  [untitied:  eagles] 
(circa 1999) by Gary Price 
7 Corporate Plaza Drive, Newport Beach

 



 
Newport Beach 10-foot by 10-foot by 8-foot bronze sculpture; 10-foot diameter granite base "The Journey" (1999) by Gary Price  southwest corner of Avocado Ave. and Corporate Plaza, 7 Corporate Plaza Drive, Newport Beach 

 
 
 
Newport Beach
(Corona del Mar) 
ceramic tile benches and wall; pavement medallion"Centennial Bench" 
and "Centennial Wave Medallion" (2004) by community members
southwest corner of Marguerite Avenue and East Coast Highway, Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach 

 
 
 
Newport Beach
(Corona del Mar) 
24-foot green and bronze clock tower"Mine" (Corona Del Mar clock tower) 
(2005) by Andrew Michael Phillips 

 
southwest corner of Marguerite Avenue and East Coast Highway, Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach 

 


Newport Beach 4-foot by 4-foot painted metal sculpture "Dawn to Dusk in the Estuary" (2005) by Kathleen Harrison and Arlene Cartozian Environmental Nature Center, 1601 16th Street, Newport Beach  

 


Newport Beach historical monument featuring a 5-foot diameter bronze sphere sculpture surrounded by a labyrinth historical walking path and hardscape design

McFadden Square Centennial Monument (2008) by Hank Kaminsky; Peridian International 

McFadden Square, entrance to Newport Beach Pier, Newport Beach 




Newport Beach 6-foot cast bronze statue; 3-foot diameter granite base "Ronald Reagan"(2011) by Miriam Baker   Bonita Canyon Sports Park, western terminus of Ford Road, Newport Beach 

 
 
 
Newport Beach 
(Balboa)
13-foot by 42-foot acrylic paint mural "Balboa Pavilion" (2013) by Art Mortimer  northwest corner of Main Street and East
Bay Avenue, Balboa Peninsula, Newport Beach
 
Art Mortimer 
Newport Beach
(Balboa) 
6-foot by 10-foot acrylic paint mural "Pirate's Cove" (2015) by Art Mortimer
 
northwest corner of "A" Street and Balboa Boulevard, Balboa Peninsula, Newport Beach
 
 
Newport Beach
(Balboa) 
cast bronze sculpture of seated couple on wooden bench (based on likenesses of Herman and Lois Dorkin)
 
"Sunsets" (2016) by Miriam Baker and Rhonda Jones  PA

South Bay Front Drive at Turquoise Avenue, Balboa Island, Newport Beach  
Newport Beach 9-foot marine-grade stainless steel statue/sculpture of Benjamin Carlson, mounted on a 3-foot diameter concrete pedestal
 
"Ben Carlson" (2016) by Jake JanzMcFadden Square, entrance to Newport Beach Pier, Newport Beach  
Niland [no data] 

   

Norco

mural



“A Celebration of Riding”
(2004) by Chuck Caplinger

west side of Circle K store, 790 Sixth Street, Norco


Photo, additional information:
Chuck Caplinger, Desert Art Studio 

Norco

galvanized steel sculptures


“Horseshoes” (2006) by Kris Brooks

equestrian trail kiosk markers at three locations in the Norco hills, Norco


Norco

clock



“Norco Town Clock”
(2008) by Electric Time

Sixth Street and Temescal Avenue (Norco Country Center), Norco


Norco

mural and fountain

“Horsetown USA” [date unknown] by Henry Good

Sixth Street and Sierra Avenue (Exxon Station), Norco


Norco

2,300-foot long freeway wall sculpture


“Norco Horsetown USA” [date unknown] by Katie West

I-15 Freeway south of the Sixth Street offramp, Norco


Norco

large windmill-style sign and lighting

“Old Town Norco” [date and artist unknown]

I-15 Freeway, Norco


Norwalk

3 mosaic murals

[no titles] (1969) by Ben Mayer

entrance and interior children’s section, Norwalk Library, 12350 Imperial Hwy., Norwalk


Photos, additional information:

Norwalk

station art:  sculpture; canopy-mounted sculptures; images on wall tiles, elevator glass, and pavement

Suka: Place of the Bees (1995) by Meg Cranston and Caltrans  PA

station platform and parking lot entrance, Metro Green Line Norwalk Station, 12901 Hoxie Avenue, Norwalk

 


Photo, additional information:
Oceanside [data forthcoming]    

Ontario

10-foot by 3-foot terra cotta sculpture

“Siberian Tiger” (1960) by Betty Davenport Ford

Chaffey High School, Ontario

 
Ontario 6-foot by 24-foot ceramic tile mural "Ontario Town Square Mural" (2014) by Andrea Benitez  PAsouth side of park building, Ontario Town Square, "B" Street and Lemon Avenue, Ontario

Additional info.:  
Andrea Benitez 
Ontario 2,400-piece lighted blue
lucite sculpture, metal bench, canopy structure 
"Conversations With Michael" or "Blue Man" (2015) by Giorgio Tuscani Ontario Town Square, "B" Street and Lemon Avenue, Ontario

 
 

Orange

8-foot cast bronze statue and 2 4-foot cast bronze statues on river rock base

"The Winds of Change" (1997) by Deborah Copenhaven Fellows 

(statue of James Irvine II with his two hunting dogs)

Irvine Regional Park, 1 Irvine Park Road, Orange


Oxnard

sculpture and fountain

“Kinoptic Fountain”
(1987) by Rafe Affleck

Financial Plaza Tower II, 300 E. Esplanade Drive, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

Plexiglas sculpture

[untitled] (1987) by Ransco employees

Ransco Industries, 1400 Statham Parkway, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

brushed aluminum sculpture

“Sails” (1988) by Arthur Silverman  PA

northwest corner of Vineyard Avenue and Oxnard Street, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

10-foot by 10-foot by 10-foot painted Cor-Ten steel and stainless steel sculpture

“Cube Root” (1989) by Harold L. Pastorius  PA

Solar Business Center, 2001 Solar Drive, Oxnard


Additional information:

Oxnard

polished granite fountain

“Materia Prima” (1989-1990) by Livio Saganic  PA

southeast corner of Hueneme Road and Archurus Avenue, Oxnard


Additional information:

Oxnard

sculpture

“Flight” (1990) by Lin Emery  PA

southwest corner of Rice Avenue and Gonzales Road, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

sculpture and water feature

“Flight of Fish” (1990) by Sally Weber  PA

North Coast Executive Center, 1000 Town Center Drive, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

10-foot by 2 ½ -foot by 2-foot travertine sculpture


“Venus of Oxnard” (1990) 
by Paul Linhard  PA

McGrath Industrial Park, 1851 Holser Walk, Oxnard


Additional information:

Oxnard

sculpture

“Corona” (1991) by Dan Dykes  PA

Ventura Boulevard at Paseo del Norte, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

7-foot by 2½-foot by 1-foot copper and redwood sculpture

“Paired Forms” (1991) by Melvin Albert Schuler  PA

Public Storage, 740 Arcturus Avenue, Oxnard


Additional information:

Oxnard

fountain

“Rhythm of Chaos (1991) by Klaus Otto Schneider [sculpture removed] PA

2340 Eastman Avenue, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

6½-foot by 14-foot by 7-foot steel sculpture

“Torque” (1991) by Dan Dykes  PA

Oxnard Auto Center, Rose Avenue and Auto Center Drive, Oxnard


Additional information:
 

Oxnard

20-foot by 12-foot by 12-foot painted stainless steel sculpture

“Trinity Dance 91” (1991) by James Palmer

California Cove, Ventura Road at Stone Creek, Oxnard


Additional information:

Oxnard

Cor-Ten steel sculpture


“Two Holes in One” (1991) by Harold L. Pastorius  PA

near Colonia Road, 710 del Norte Boulevard, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

wood sculpture

“Candelaria” (1992) by Earl Dean Sisko

interior main lobby (at “A” Street entrance), Oxnard Public Library, 251 S. “A” Street, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

3-foot by 1-foot by 2-foot bronze sculpture

“Flight” (1992) by Franco Ciuti  PA

southwest corner of Rice Avenue and Sturgis Road, Northfield Business Park, Oxnard


Additional information:

Oxnard

sculpture


“And They’re Off” (1993) by Gary Alsum
  PA

west side of Rose Avenue at Lockwood Drive, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

sculpture

“Giant Steps” (1993) by Gary Alsum  PA

west side of Rose Avenue at Lockwood Drive, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

sculpture

“Frog Legs” (1993) by Gary Alsum  PA

west side of Rose Avenue at Lockwood Drive, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

6-foot by 6-foot by 5-foot bronze sculpture


“Ocean Serendipity” (1993) by Mario Nardini 
  PA

west side of Rose Avenue at Lockwood Drive, Oxnard


Additional information:

Oxnard

ceramic tile murals


“The Search at Sea”
(1994, 2002) by Frank Hyder  PA

908 E. Third Street, Oxnard





Oxnard

bronze sculpture

“Jungle Gym” (1996) by Jane Dedecker  PA

southwest corner of Del Norte and Sturgis Road, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

3 steel sculptures, lighting

“Connections” (1998) by Robert Behrens  PA

southwest corner of Wooley and Rose Avenue, and Highway 1 at Rose Avenue, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

fountain

[untitled] (circa 1999) by Rafe Affleck  PA

701 N. Del Norte, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

landscape feature


“Nature’s Splendor” (2000) 
by Donna E. Decker  PA

Seminis Seeds, 2700 Camino del Sol, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

pole-mounted kinetic stainless steel sculpture

“Sundancer” (2001) by Miles Addison Pepper  PA

Victoria Avenue north of W. Fifth Street, Airport Marina Center, Oxnard



Oxnard

stainless steel sculpture

“Optic Wave” (2001) by Ken Bartolazzo  PA

northwest corner of Del Norte and Camino del Sol, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

bronze sculpture


“Mac (Clydesdale)” (2002) 
by Robin Cappon  PA

Pacific Beverage Company, 401 S. Del Norte Boulevard, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

concrete dolphin sculpture

[untitled] (2002) by Urban Arena  PA

The Esplanade, Highway 1 at Esplanade Drive, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

bronze sculpture

“Orca Pod” (2003) by “Avila” Itana Design  PA

northeast corner of Rose Avenue and Eastman Avenue, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

bronze and stainless steel sculpture

“In Tandem” (2004) by R. David Mattiza PA

3100 Sturgis Road, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

bronze sculpture

“Smooth Sailing” (2004) by Scott Hansen  PA

south of Wooley Road, west of Victoria Avenue, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

14-foot stainless steel sculpture

“O2C - Oxnard Second Century” (2004) by Susan Manders  PA

southwest corner of Rose Avenue and Third Street, Oxnard



Oxnard

nickel-plated bronze sculpture

“Trilogy” (circa 2006) by David L. Spellerberg PA

StorHouse Self-Storage, 3201 W. Fifth Street (north side), Oxnard

 

Oxnard

bronze sculpture and fountain

“Land Ho!” (2007) by Angela Mia de la Vega  PA

southwest corner of Wooley Road and Victoria Avenue, Oxnard


Photo:

Oxnard

stainless steel sculpture

[untitled] (2007) by Dan Dykes  PA

Channel Pointe Plaza, 2701 S. Rose Avenue, Oxnard

 

Oxnard

water feature

“Waterfall” [artist and date unknown]

2901 N. Ventura Road (north of Town Center Drive), Oxnard

 

Pacoimaserpentine stone sculpture    "The Aviator" (2000) by John Cody adjacent to helicopter tower, Pacoima Fire Department facility, 12605 Osborne Street, PacoimaPhotos, additional information:
Los Angeles County Arts Commission  

Palmdale

4 oil-on-wood paintings[untitled] (2008) by Jason Green  PAinterior lobby, Fire Station 93, 5624 East Avenue R, Palmdale Photos, additional information:

Palmdale 

5 oil-on-wood paintings [untitled] (2008) by Jason Green  PAinterior lobby, Fire Station 136, 3650 Bolz Ranch Road, PalmdalePhotos, additional information:

Palm Desert

16-foot by 9-foot by 2-foot Cor-Ten steel sculpture

“Reflections” (1977) by Harold L. Pastorius

NOTE: Mistakenly referred to as "Portals" by City of Palm Desert records

entrance to College of the Desert north of Fred Waring Drive, 43500 Monterey Avenue, Palm Desert


Additional info.:

NOTE:  Mistakenly referred to as 
"Portals" by City of Palm Desert records

Palm Desert

28-inch by 24-inch by 16-inch bronze bust


“Clifford Henderson” (1978) 
by Henry McCann

median near Larkspur Lane, 73260 El Paseo, Palm Desert


Additional information:

Palm Desert

10-foot steel sculptures

“Wild Stallions” (1979) by Copacatti

College of the Desert, 43500 Monterey Avenue, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

mural


“Palm Desert Mural” (1983, 2006) by William Ware 

interior, City Council Chambers, City Hall, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

6-piece painted steel sculpture

“Desert Desert” (1989) by Michael Anderson  PA

southwest area of Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

sand-blasted and polished stainless steel sculpture

“Balance” (1991) by William Disbro  PA

Sheriff’s Station, 73520 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

sand-blasted and polished stainless steel sculpture

“Colleagues” (1991) by William Disbro  PA

Sheriff’s Station, 73520 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

9½-foot by 4½-foot by 4½-foot bronze sculpture

“Messenger of the Puul” (1991) by Curt Mattson

southeast area of Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

bronze sculpture

“One on One” (circa 1991) by Ann LaRose

72861 El Paseo, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

ensemble:  3-piece 6-foot by 5-foot by 5-foot white marble sculpture on a 3-tiered triangular base, flanked by 5 ten-foot granite sculptural columns


“Peace Memorial” (1991) by Ross Andrews and Marton Varo 

Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

8-foot by 16-foot by 10-foot red granite sculpture

“Sunrise, Sunset” (1991) by Norman Hines  PA

72700 Haystack Road, Palm Desert


Additional info.:

Palm Desert

stamped concrete


“Cahuilla Basket Designs” (circa 1992) by Ron Gregory (in conjunction with Michael Watling’s “In Praise of Cahuilla Baskets”)

72210 Highway 111, Palm Desert






Palm Desert

city entry monument stone sculpture

“Agave” (1992) by Michael Watling  PA

74700 Highway 111, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

33-inch bronze sculpture

“C is for Cat” (circa 1992) by Ann LaRose

courtyard, Palm Desert Public Library, 73300 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

14-foot by 20-foot by 12-foot Cor-Ten steel sculpture, fountain

“In Praise of Cahuilla Baskets” (1992) by Michael Watling  PA

72210 Highway 111, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

7½-foot by 4-foot by 1½-foot sandstone sculpture

“Indian Mother and Child” (1992) by Michael Watling  PA

72210 Highway 111, Palm Desert


Additional info.:

Palm Desert

sandstone entry monument sculpture

“Gravity Wave” (1992) by Michael Watling  PA

western border of Palm Desert, Highway 111 and Parkview, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

5½-foot by 5½-foot by 3-foot bronze sculpture

“Reed Gatherer” (1992) by Tom Knapp

72289 Highway 111, Palm Desert


Additional information:

Palm Desert

sculpture

“Trout Stream” (circa 1992) by Michael Watling  PA

73712 Alessandro Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

35 sandstone sculptures

“Neoglyths” (park signage) (1993) by Michael Watling  PA

Civic Center Park, northeast corner of Fred Waring Drive and San Pablo Avenue, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

52-inch by 46-inch by 38-inch bronze sculpture


“Passing It Along” (1993) 
by Dee Clements

Joslyn Cove Senior Center, 73750 Catalina Way, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

carved glass panel, steel and wood sculpture


“Recreation” or “Entertainment Liberates”
(1993) by Jos Gomolka  PA

Civic Center Park Community Center, 73900 San Pablo Avenue, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

11 bas relief sculptures illustrating the history of the Holocaust; 
replicas of cobblestone, light standards, and electrified fence posts; 
20-foot diameter tiered granite foundation in the shape of the Star of David;
5 cast bronze figures representing the people of the Holocaust:
   "Boy From the Ghetto"
   "Mother With Children"
   "A Rabbi"
   "The Dying Man"
   "The Defiant Man"

“Desert Holocaust Memorial” (also known as "Palm Desert Holocaust Memorial"] (1995) by Dee Clements

NOTE:  This listing and webpage are for the specific public art features by Dee Clements.  

For additional information on the Desert Holocaust Memorial, please see the official Desert Holocaust Memorial website.

Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

metal sculpture

“Giraffe” (circa 1996) by Bill Allen

courtyard, Palm Desert Public Library, 73300 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

17-foot by 10-foot by 2-foot sculpture

“Scroll Fence” (1996) Ries Niemi  PA

Palm Desert Public Library, 73-300 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

bronze sculpture


“Proceed With Caution” 
(1997) by Gary Alsum

interior, City Council Chambers, City Hall, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

10-foot stone sculpture and fountain

“Fountain” (1998) by Mineko Grimmer

73515 El Paseo (The Gardens on El Paseo), Palm Desert


Palm Desert

cast concrete sculptural bus shelter

“Bus Shelter” (2001) by Tim Bartlett  PA

southeast corner of Portola Ave. and Highway 111, 45188 Portola Avenue, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

66-inch by 48-inch by 92-inch sheet bronze sculpture

“Mi Droog” (circa 2002) by Jon Krawczyk

73950 Alessandro, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

84-inch by 42-inch by 38-inch sheet bronze sculpture

“Walking Man” (2002) by Jon Krawczyk

near bus shelter, 72980 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

polished aluminum sculpture

“Agave” (2003) by Gordon Huether

city walking park, 73800 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

painted metal sculpture

“Aspiration” (2005) by Howard Kalish

El Paseo and Portola Avenue, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

2 metal sculptures

“Fat Happy Bus Shelter”
(2005, 2006) by Barrett DeBusk PA

Highway 111 and San Luis Rey Avenue, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

8 8-foot ceramic mosaic columns

“Night and Day Palm Desert” or “Morning Light, Evening Light, and Dreaming Cahuilla Basketry” (2006) by Marlo Bartels  PA

corner of Gerald Ford Drive and Monterey Avenue, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

painted traffic signal utility box

“A Birdie on the 18th: Desert Willow Golf Resort” (circa 2007) by Maria Hunt

northwest corner of El Paseo and San Pablo Avenue, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

painted traffic signal utility box

“A Tribute to Smoke Trees: Serenity” (circa 2007) by Maria Hunt

northwest corner of San Luis Rey Avenue and El Paseo, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

painted traffic signal utility box

“Quotidian Morning on El Paseo” (2007) by Marcy Gregory

Larkspur Lane, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

12-foot by 9-foot polished steel and stainless steel sculpture


“Morningstar Overture”
(2008) by Russell Jacques

73733 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

12-foot glass, metal, plastic, wood and e-waste sculpture

“RECYCLE” (2008) by John Branstetter

Palm Desert Civic Center, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert stainless steel and rusted steel compilation sculpture "Ce N'est Pas Une Lizard" (2006) by Heath Satow 34100 Monterey Avenue, Palm Desert, CA  92211


 
 
Palm Desert 5 stainless steel sculptures "Tumbling Weeds" (2008) by Heath Satow 34500 Monterey Avenue, Palm Desert, CA  92211
 
Additional info.:
Heath Satow 

Palm Desert

shade structure with mosaic columns

“Recycle Binney Baja Palapa” [date unknown] by Donna Billick and Arthur Gonzalez

Fred Waring Drive and Primrose, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

sculpture


“Bohemian Rhapsody”
[date unknown] by Gesso Cocteau

interior lobby, Public Works department, Palm Desert Civic Center, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert

 

Palm Desert

2 tile mosaic columns


“Dance of Discovery”
[date unknown] by Barbara Field

entrance, Palm Desert Public Library, 73300 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

fountain

“Lush Life” [date unknown] by Barbara Field

72355 Highway 111, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

8-foot by 16-foot painted metal sculpture

“Charger” [date unknown] by Ted Gall

Highway 74 and Highway 111, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

bus shelter


“SunLine Bus Shelter”
[date unknown] by Michael Homme

72980 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

metal sculpture

“Midstream” [date unknown] by J. Seward Johnson, Jr.

lakeside, Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

5-foot bronze sculpture

“Reminiscing” [date unknown] by John Kennedy

Palm Desert Public Library, 73300 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

5-foot by 8-foot by 1-foot stone, tile, glass and wood relief mosaic sculpture

“Rising to Dawn” [date unknown] by Peter Ladochy

72875 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Additional info.:

Palm Desert

6½-foot by 6-foot by 6-foot bronze sculpture

“Bighorn” [date unknown] by Curt Mattson

entrance to Bighorn Golf Club, 255 Palowet Drive, Palm Desert


Additional info.:

Palm Desert

10-foot by 5-foot polished chrome steel sculpture suspended over pool

“Music” (1993) by Leonardo Nierman

McCallum Theatre, 73000 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

35-foot by 75-foot by 30-foot welded and painted aluminum kinetic sculpture, mounted above outdoor courtyard

“Desert Star” (1992) by Robert Perless

Government Administrative building courtyard, 73-710 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

2-piece 12-foot by 5-foot cast bronze sculpture (reclining boy)

“Dreamer” (1991) by David L. Phelps

Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

painted metal and stainless steel sculpture

“Today” [date unknown] by Brian Gottlieb and Rob Pitchford

Civic Center Park, baseball fields, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

two-column 8-foot by 4-foot by 2-foot steel sculpture

“Self-Preservation Revised” [date unknown] by Ed Pogue

southwest area of Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

bronze sculpture

“Puffed Up Prince” [date unknown] by Gary Price

courtyard, Palm Desert Public Library, 73300 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

mural

“Cross Roads” [date unknown] by John Pugh

73399 Highway 111, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

two cast bronze sculptures (mother and child) surrounded by terrazzo animal sculptures (sheep, turtle, rabbit, wolf)

“Mother and Child” (2001) by Lisa Reinertson 

Mother and Child Sculpture Garden, Civic Center Park, 73510 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

metal sculpture

“Butterflies” {date unknown] by Denise Robergé

one block west of El Paseo and Portola Avenue, 73951 El Paseo, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

2 sculptures


“For Our Freedom” [date unknown] by Romo Studios   




Palm Desert

12-foot high kinetic stainless steel sculpture

“Perpetual Motion” (circa 1996) by Bruce Stillman

south side of Palm Desert Public Library, 73300 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

3 14-foot kinetic fiberglass sculptures

“Muse Dancers” [date unknown] by Bruce Thomas

73121 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

bench sculpture

“Lily Pad” [date unknown] by Michael Todd  PA

El Paseo and Sage Lane, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

sculpture

“Flute Players” [date unknown] by Bill Ware

44250 Town Center Way, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

10-foot by 6-foot polished aluminum and painted aluminum sculpture

“Sunburst” [date unknown] by Bill Ware

73211 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

2 6-foot bronze sculptures and water features

“El Paseo Entry Signs” by Water Studio

east and west entrances to the El Paseo shopping district, Palm Desert


Palm Desert

5 cast concrete benches

“Coyote Benches” [date unknown] by Ben Watling  PA

Civic Center and city-wide, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

sculpture

“Caftan” [date unknown] by Esther Wertheimer

west end of El Paseo and Highway 111, Palm Desert



Palm Desert

bronze and glass tile sculpture

“The Seed” [date unknown] by Steven Zaluski and Elizabeth Mapelli

73345 Highway 111, Palm Desert



Palm Desert 12-foot by 8-foot by 7-foot painted steel scupture on 5-foot by 5-foot by 3-foot tile and concrete base
 
"Wisdom Given" (circa 2012) by Alexander Bashta III  PA in front of Oracle Plaza, 73-585 Fred Waring Drive, Palm Desert Artist's statement:  
"The "golden-rod colored" crescent moon shape represents non-man made, naturally occurring structures, rising, but that's all it can do.  The "beige colored" rising triangle, pulled in different dimensions at its peaks is man's technology, still only able to do what we tell it to do, and we are limited.  The center rings, "light sky blue/dark cyn blue", is the "Oracle" itself, each ring separate but together one large ring, shares its knowledge, its ideas, its wisdom, thus giving the "Questioning, Seeking Spire" "dark olive/light olive greens" in the center of the rings the sources it needs to grow in thought and reason and direction, it now has the tools it needs to reach its goals, it now thrives from "Wisdom Given"."  - Alexander Bashta III 
City of Palm Desert 

Palm Desert ceramic tile mural [untitled] [date and artist unknown] building exterior, Home Savings of America, Palm Desert Photo:
Marlo Bartels Studios   


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 Title,.Date,.Artist 

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

   Additional Info.

Palm Springs

bronze bust sculpture

“John F. Kennedy Bust” (1969) by Alexander Rosenfeld

median in front of Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture

“Frank Bogart on Horseback” (1989) by Raymundo Kobo

Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

mural

“A Personal History of Palm Springs” (1992) by Tony Berlant

interior lobby, Palm Springs Convention Center, 277 North Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

sculpture


“Desert Wildlife” (1992) by 
Joe Fay

The Hallmark residential complex, 344 North Sunrise Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

stone sculpture

“Flight” (1993) by Damian Priour

Viasys Healthcare
1100 Bird Center Drive, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture


“Standing Woman” (1993) 
by Felipe Castaneda

in front of Palm Springs Historical Society, 221 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

sculpture

“The Batter” (1993) by Bill Arms

Palm Springs Stadium, Sunrise Park
401 South Pavilion Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

4-piece bronze sculpture

“Agua Caliente Women”(1994) by Doug Hyde

traffic median, Tahquitz Canyon Way and Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs

 


Additional info.:

Palm Springs

bronze sculptures


“Agua Caliente Women Maquette” (1994) by Doug Hyde 

interior lobby, Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture

“Circle of Life” (1995) by Myra Nelson

Desert Regional Medical Center, 1180 North Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

metal sculpture

“Daimaru XII” (1995) by Michael Todd

Palm Springs Convention Center, 277 North Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture


“Lucy Ricardo Bench”
(1995) by Emmanuil Snitkovsky

Tahquitz Canyon Way and Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture


“The Entertainer” (1995) 
by John Kennedy

interior lobby, Palm Springs Convention Center, 277 North Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs
277 North Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture


“Crouching Cougar” (1996) 
by Steve Tyree

front entrance, Palm Springs Convention Center, 277 North Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

[no data]


“Big Horn Sheep and Mountain Lion” (1997) by 
Russell Polan

interior Council Chamber, Palm Springs City Hall
3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

building-mounted painting


“First Impressions” (1997) 
by DuRand Jones

east side of building, 190 East Tahquitz Canyon Way (facing Indian Canyon Drive), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture


“Charlie Farrell” (1998) by
George Montgomery

Palm Springs International Airport, 3400 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

mural

“Desert Highland Mural” (1998) by Richard Wyatt

exterior of James O. Jessie Desert Highland Unity Center, 480 Tramview Road, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture


“Help Is On The Way” (1998) by Jeffrey Fowler

Palm Springs Police Department, 200 South Civic Drive, Palm Springs


Palm Springs

sculptural fencing

“Dog Park – Desert Reflections” (1999) by Phill Evans

behind Palm Springs City Hall, 3200 East Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

painted metal sculptures


“Nines & Elevens”
(1999) by James Jared Taylor III

Demuth Park, 4365 East Mesquite Avenue, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

painted metal sculpture

“Rainmaker” (2000) by David Morris

Frances Stevens Park, 555 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze statue and fountain


“Sonny Bono Memorial Fountain” (2001) by 
Emmanuil Snitkovsky

Plaza Mercado
155 South Palm Canyon Drive



Palm Springs

bronze bust

“Sonny Bono” (2002) by Emmanuil Snitkovsky

Palm Springs International Airport, 3400 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze sculpture

“Chairman of the Links” (2003) by Jeffrey Fowler

Welwood Murray Library, 100 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

glass sculpture

“Chihuly Macchia Sets” (2003) by Dale Chihuly

Palm Springs International Airport, 3400 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

sculpture

[untitled] (2004) by Travis Constance

3950 Airport Center Drive (P.S. Self Storage), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

metal sculpture


“Cahuila Basket” (2005) by 
Doug Hyde

5601 East Ramon Road (Destination Ramon Shopping Center), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

[no data]


“Forget Me Not” (2005) by 
Jean Claude Farhi

in median strip, Kirk Douglas Way (Airport Access Road), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

[no data]

“Le Compas de Vulcan” (2005) by Jean Claude Farhi

in median strip, Kirk Douglas Way (Airport Access Road), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

[no data]


“Machine Age” (2005) by 
Jean Claude Farhi

in median strip, Kirk Douglas Way (Airport Access Road), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

bronze and stone sculpture

“Sympatico” (2005) by John Kennedy

Palm Springs Convention Center, 277 North Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

metal sculpture

“Desert Hinge” (2006) by La Vern Carroll

370 San Rafael Road (Tramway Industrial Center), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

sculpture

“Lawn Chair” (2006) by Blue McRight

622 North Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs


Palm Springs

[no data]

“Reverb” (2006) by Anne Marie Karlsen

2801 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

steel sculpture


“Wave Rhythms” (2006) 
by John Mishler

Sunrise Park (between the Palm Springs Library and the Boys and Girls Club), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

stainless steel sculpture


“Whirlwind VI” (2006) by 
Gary Slater

Rose Garden, Ruth Hardy Park, 700 Tamarisk Road, Palm Springs



Palm Springs

painted metal sculpture

“Butch” (2007) by John Clement  

2365 East Tahquitz Cayon Way (Palm Springs Mall), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

painted metal sculpture

“Ithiel” (2007) by John Clement  

777 East Tahquitz Canyon Way (Regal Cinemas), Palm Springs



Palm Springs

painted metal sculpture

“Squeeze" (2007) by John Clement  PA

538 North Palm Canyon Drive (at that Palm Canyon Theatre), Palm Springs

 


Additional info.:
Palm Springs 16-foot by 16-foot by 45-foot oil enamel-on-steel sculpture "Jungle Red" (2008) by Delos Van Earl  PAtraffic median, Warm Sands Drive and Ramon Road, Palm Springs   


Additional info.:
Delos Van Earl Studios
Palm Springs 6-foot painted steel sculpture "Male Figure of Balzac"(1996; installed 2009) by Christopher Georgesco  PA southeast corner of Palm Canyon Blvd. and Andreas Road, Palm Springs

 
Additional info.:
Christopher Georgesco 
Palm Springs cast bronze statue "Gene Autry, America's Favorite Singing Cowboy"(2009) by DeL'Esprie  PAsouthwest corner of Ramon Road and Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs  


Additional info.:
 
Palm Springs 20-foot by 5-foot by 5-foot kinetic high perform-ance composite and reinforced concrete sculpture  
"Red Echo" (2010) by Konstatin Demopoulos  PA northeast corner of Ramon Road and Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs 

 



Additional info.:
Konstantin Dimopoulos
Palm Springs 27-foot kinetic stainless steel, weathered steel and bronze rod sculpture
 
"Escena Wind Wave" (2007; installed 2012) by Steve Rieman  PA entrance to Escena Palm Springs, E. Vista Chino at Clubhouse View Drive, Palm Springs  
Palm Springs mural untitled (2017) by Hope Stockman  Block Shop Textiles, Ace Hotel and Swim Club, Palm Springs  



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Paramount

Cor-Ten steel sculpture

“9 by 9 by 9” (1977) by Harold L. Pastorius

Spane Park, 14400 Gundry Avenue, Paramount


Additional info.:

Paramount

Cor-Ten steel sculpture

“Vestige” (1980) by Harold L. Pastorius

Garfield Park, northwest corner of Garfield Avenue and Petrol Street, Paramount



Paramount

sculpture

“Hole in One” (1985) by Arlene Cartozian

14528 Garfield Avenue, Paramount



Paramount

Cor-Ten steel sculpture


“Modified Box” (1985) by 
Harold L. Pastorius

Paramount Community Center, 14400 Paramount Boulevard, Paramount



Paramount

stone sculpture

“Sustenance” (1985) by Arlene Cartozian

Orange Avenue and Marshall Way, Paramount



Paramount

Cor-Ten steel sculpture

“Boxes” (1986) by Harold L. Pastorius

Progress Park Plaza, Jefferson Street and Downey Avenue, Paramount



Paramount

metal sculpture

“Kai Koo VII” (1986) by Betty Gold

at the Los Angeles river, Alondra Boulevard west of Hunsaker, Paramount



Paramount

stone sculpture


“The Die is Cast” (1986)  
by Arlene Cartozian

14528 Garfield Avenue, Paramount



Paramount

painted cortex steel sculpture

“Delineation” (1987) by Harold L. Pastorius

City Hall, 16400 Colorado Avenue, Paramount


Paramount

Cor-Ten steel sculpture

“Fluid” (1987) by Harold L. Pastorius

Paramount County Library, 16254 Colorado Avenue, Paramount



 

Paramount

sculpture and fountain

“Sonatina” (1987) by Sue Kim

16453 Colorado Avenue, Paramount



  

Paramount

3-foot by 4-foot by 3-foot marble sculpture

“Suffer the Children” or “Suffer the Little Children” (1988) by Arlene Cartozian

northwest corner of Paramount Boulevard and Jackson Street, Paramount


Additional info.:
 

Paramount

4½-foot by 11-foot by 3-foot bronze sculpture


“Crack the Whip” (1999, 
2006) by Dee Clements

Paramount Pond, corner of Paramount Boulevard and Jackson Street, Paramount



Paramount

40-inch by 36-inch by 48-inch bronze sculpture


“Going for the Goal” 
(1999, 2006) by Dee Clements

Paramount Pond, corner of Paramount Boulevard and Jackson Street, Paramount



Paramount

4½-foot by 2½-foot by 3½-foot bronze sculpture


“Let’s Go, Dad” (1999, 
2006) by Dee Clements

Paramount Pond, corner of Paramount Boulevard and Jackson Street, Paramount



Paramount

5-foot by 5½-foot by 4-foot bronze sculpture


“Polished Performance”  (1999, 2006) by Dee Clements

Paramount Pond, corner of Paramount Boulevard and Jackson Street, Paramount



Paramount

4½-foot by 5½-foot by 4-foot bronze sculpture


“Speed Skater” (1999, 
2006) by Dee Clements

Paramount Pond, corner of Paramount Boulevard and Jackson Street, Paramount



Paramount

riverbank mural

“Sharks” (2002) by Adel Rakhshani

Los Angeles river levee at Somerset Boulevard, Paramount



Paramount

riverbank mural

“Turtles” (2002) by Adel Rakhshani

Los Angeles river levee at Rosecrans Avenue, Paramount

 

Paramount

riverbank mural

“Whales” (2002) by Adel Rakhshani

Los Angeles river levee at Alondra Boulevard, Paramount



Paramount

6 18-foot by 3-foot painted steel sculptures

“Solar Sails” (2002) by Mark Leichliter

east of the Los Angeles river at Alondra Boulevard, Paramount


 

Paramount

sculpture

[title unknown; Zamboni machine replica] (circa 2002) [artist unknown]

Paramount Pond, corner of Paramount Boulevard and Jackson Street, Paramount


 

Paramount

city entry monument and fountain

“Paramount Welcome Wall” (circa 2007) [artist unknown]

corner of Downey Avenue and Flower Street, Paramount


 

Paramount

14-foot stainless steel and marble sculpture

“Upholding” (2007) by Mark Leichliter

corner of Jackson Street and Colorado Avenue, Veterans’ Memorial Plaza, Paramount



Paramount

7-foot by 12-foot by 4-foot bronze and sandstone sculpture

“Conversation” (2008) by Carol Gold

Four Portals Park (courtyard east of City Hall), 16400 Colorado Avenue, Paramount


Additional info.:

Paramount

bronze sculpture

“Passage” [date unknown] by Bill Bartlett

Trammel Crow Industrial Park, 14350 Garfield Avenue, Paramount


 

Paramount

metal sculpture

“Origami Pony” [date unknown] by Kevin Box

Progress Park, 15600 Downey Avenue, Paramount


 

Paramount

sculpture

[title and date unknown] by Herbert Goldman

City Yard, 15300 Downey Avenue, Paramount


 

Paramount

sculpture

“The Family” [date unknown] by David G. Olsen

Paramount Boulevard south of Century Boulevard, Paramount


 

Paramount

12-foot by 5-foot by 4-foot Cor-Ten steel sculpture

“Defiance” [date unknown] by Harold L. Pastorius

southwest corner of Paramount Boulevard and Rosecrans Avenue, Paramount




Paramount

metal sculpture


“Save the Whales” [date 
unknown] by Bruce Turnbull

14700 Downey Avenue, Paramount


 

Paramount

sculpture

“Tribute to Henry Moore” [date unknown] by Bruce Turnbull

14700 Downey Avenue, Paramount


 

Paramount

sculpture

“A Little Bit of Country” (cow, hay) [date and artist unknown]

corner of Somerset Boulevard and Texaco Street, Paramount


 

Paramount

sculpture

“A Little Bit of Country” (horse) [date and artist unknown]

corner of Century Boulevard and Orange Avenue, Paramount


 

Paramount

fountain, landscaping

“Civic Center Fountain” [date and artist unknown]

Civic Center, 16400 Colorado Avenue, Paramount


 

Paramount

rock and concrete fountain

“Kaufman and Broad Fountain” [date and artist unknown]

Somerset Boulevard and Rancho Capistrano Road, Paramount



Paramount

concrete and ceramic tile fountain

“Somerset/Orange Fountain” [date and artist unknown]

corner of Somerset Boulevard and Orange Avenue, Paramount



Paramount

fountain, landscaping


“Walmart Fountain” [date 
and artist unknown]

corner of Century Boulevard and Lakewood Boulevard, Paramount


 


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...Artwork..

Title,.Date,.Artist .

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Pasadena 79-inch by 28-inch by 50-inch cast bronze statue
 
"Saint John the Baptist" (Cast 7 of 12) (1878-80) by Auguste Rodin  exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 

Pasadena

79-inch by 38-inch by 59-inch cast bronze sculpture

“The Thinker” (Cast 11 of 12) (1880) by Auguste Rodin

exterior south lawn facing Colorado Blvd., Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena


Additional info.:
Pasadena 82-inch by 31-inch by 47-inch cast bronze statue
 
"Jean De Fiennes, Vetu"(Cast 1 of 4) (1884-95) by Auguste Rodin exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 
Pasadena 78-inch by 39-inch by 45-inch cast bronze statue "Pierre De Wissant, Nude"(Cast 2 of 4) (1884-95) by Auguste Rodin  exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena
 
Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 
Pasadena 85-inch by 40-inch by 48-inch cast bronze statue "Pierre De Wissant, Vetu (Dressed) - study for Burghers of Calais" (Cast 1 of 4) (1884-95) by Auguste Rodin
 
exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum
 
Pasadena 83-inch by 94-inch by 71-inch cast bronze sculpture 
 
"The Burghers of Calais" (cast 10 of 12) (1884-95) by August Rodin
 
exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena  Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 
Pasadena 84-inch by 28-inch by 61-inch cast bronze sculpture
 
"The Walking Man" (Cast 7 of 12) (1905) by Auguste Rodin
 
exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena  Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 
Pasadena 107-inch by 44-inch by 48-inch cast bronze statue "Monument to Balzac" (Cast 8 of 12) (1897) by Auguste Rodin
 
exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena
 
Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 

Pasadena

bronze sculpture on granite base

“Defenders of the Union”(1901-1904) by Theodora Ruggles Kitson  

"IN PROUD REMEMBRANCE OF OUR GLORIOUS DEAD  MCMXVII"

Civil War Memorial, Memorial Park, Raymond Avenue and Walnut Street, Pasadena



Pasadena 6-foot by 6-foot diameter bronze and granite watering fountain (for horses, dogs) 

"National Humane Alliance Fountain" (1905)  southwest corner of Dayton Street and Raymond Avenue, Central Park, Pasadena   

Pasadena

115-foot steel, teakwood and copper flagpole with bronze relief and granite base


“Memorial Flagpole” or "Goodhue Flagpole" (1927) by Lee Lawrie, Sculptor, and Bertram Grovenor Goodhue, Architect; bronze casting by John Polachek Bronze Co., Inc.

northeast corner of S. Orange Grove Boulevard and W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

(originally located in the center of the intersection)




Pasadena 48-inch by 41-inch by 32-inch fired clay sculpture
 
"Black Butte Divide" or "Black Divide - Butte" (1953) by Peter Voulkos 
 
exterior main entrance lawn, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 
Pasadena 169-inch by 88-inch by 79-inch bronze sculpture  "Four Square (Walk Through)"(Cast 1 of 3) (1966) by Barbara Hepworth
 
parking lot east of main entrance, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena
 
Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 

Pasadena

4-sided acrylic mural on stucco

"Quetzalcoatl" (1968) designed by Ernest M. Saenz, painted by local youth

exterior walls of El Centro De Accion Social, Inc. building, Central Park, 37 E. Del Mar Boulevard, Pasadena



Pasadena 22-foot by 12-foot by 9-foot Cor-ten steel sculpture  

"Egremont II" (1972) by Herbert Ferber  exterior south lawn facing Colorado Boulevard, Norton Simon Museum of Art, 411 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena
 
Additional info.:
Norton-Simon Museum 

Pasadena

11-foot by 11-foot by 5-foot lacquered steel sculpture

“Dai Maru XI” (1978) by Michael Todd

east lawn behind academic building, Art Center College of Design, 1700 Lida Street, Pasadena

NOTE: LOCATED ON PRIVATE COLLEGE PROPERTY - PUBLIC ACCESS IS RESTRICTED



Pasadena

6-foot bronze sculpture on 8-foot by 2-foot by 3-foot stone veneer base

“L’Entreinte" ("The Embrace") (1980) by Jean Wolff

150 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena


Additional info.:

Pasadena

black anodized aluminum sculpture

“Mach Band” (1980) by Jay Willis

401 E. Green Street, Pasadena



Pasadena

24-foot by 3-foot by 2-foot steel sculpture

“Receptor” (1980) by Christopher Georgesco

[specific location unknown], Pasadena City College campus, 1570 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena



Pasadena

25-foot by 4-foot by 8-inch steel kinetic sculpture with concrete base


intersection of W. Holly Street and N. DeLacey Avenue (Parsons Annex II), Pasadena



Pasadena

15-foot diameter stainless steel and brick fountain

untitled (disk fountain) (1985) by Calvin Abe

plaza, 100-150 E. Corson Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

4-foot by 4-foot bronze sculpture mounted on 12-foot steel-reinforced concrete column

"Two Figures With Ring" (1987) by John Frame

215 N. Marengo Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

2-piece 42-foot by 20-foot by 4-foot granite sculpture


by David Wilkins

301 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

sculptural fountains


“Dreamer with Fish Fountain, Snail Fountain,
Frog Fountain, Turtle Fountain, Dragonfly Fountain” (1990)  by Michael Lucaro

Plaza Las Fuentes, 130 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena


 

Pasadena

tile wall

“Pasadena, the City of Roses” (1990) by Joyce Kozloff

Plaza Las Fuentes, 130 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena wall mosaic of salvaged Batchelder ceramic tiles "Tile Fireplace" (circa 1990) [artist unknown] Plaza Las Fuentes, 130 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena


 
 
Pasadena marble and granite sculpture, landscape  and fountain

"The Pasadena Way" (1990) by Robert Irwin, Doug and Regula Campbell courtyard facing Garfield Avenue, Police Department, 207 N. Garfield Avenue, Pasadena   

Pasadena

semi-eliptical 20-foot by 90-foot painted ceramic mural

“Rose Lobby” (1990) by Richard Haas

exterior portico facing Colorado Blvd. (Pasadena Tower I), 800 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

semi-eliptical 20-foot by 90-foot painted ceramic mural


“Orange Lobby (1991) by 
Richard Haas

exterior portico facing Lake Avenue (Pasadena Tower II), 55 S. Lake Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

5-foot by 30-foot by 2-foot steel and wood sculpture

“Window with Ball” (1991) by John Outterbridge

courtyard, 135 W. Green Street, Pasadena

NOTE:  LOCATED IN PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL COURTYARD - NO PUBLIC ACCESS



Pasadena

8-foot by 4-foot by 4-foot ceramic sculpture

“Kneeling Man with Hammer”(1991-1992) by Viola Frey

One W. Colorado Boulevard, Smith Alley, Pasadena



Pasadena

98-foot by 75-foot by 18-foot carved and laminated glass, bronze, pipe, fiberglass and concrete sculpture

“Pasadena Watermain Break” (1991-1992) by Steve Linn

STATUS 2015: PERMANENTLY REMOVED

One W. Colorado Boulevard, Miller Alley, Pasadena


Additional info.:

Pasadena

6-foot by 6-foot by 6-foot cast bronze coyote and box sculpture

“Exhibit A” (1992) by Mary Chomenko

One W. Colorado Boulevard, Douglas Alley, Pasadena



Pasadena

35-foot by 20-foot by 6-foot textured brass, cement and ceramic tile mural and fountain

“Homage to Quetzalcoatl”(1992) by Dora De Larios

Villa Street and Los Robles Avenue, Villa-Parke Community Center, 363 E. Villa Street, Pasadena



Pasadena

8-foot by 8-foot by 4-inch steel and glass sculpture with travertine stone base


“Three Moons” (1993) by 
John Okulick

376 E. Cordova Street, Pasadena




Pasadena

30-foot by 12-foot by 20-foot sculptural fountain

“Pua’I wai” (1994) by Billy Al Bengston

STATUS 2015: FOUNTAIN INOPERATIVE

on pathway, Holly Street Village Apartments, 159 N. Marengo Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

two 16-foot by 8-foot steel and aluminum sculptures


by Billy Al Bengston

Holly Street Village Apartments, 151 E. Holly Street, N. Marengo Avenue at Ramona Street, Pasadena



Pasadena

circular 4-section granite and ceramic tile mosaic bench, center fountain


by Gifford Myers and Marlo Bartels

courtyard, Chase Bank, 860 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

60-inch by 59-inch by 20-inch steel, wood and acrylic bench, decorative pavement

“Health is Multi-Cultural”(1997) by JoeSam

Pasadena Community Health Center, 1845 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena



Pasadena

9-foot by 60-foot acrylic mural on cement


“Mayan Codex” (1997) by 
Dolores Guerrero-Cruz

Villa-Parke Community Center, Villa Street and Los Robles, 363 E. Villa Street, Pasadena



Pasadena

2 9-foot by 6-foot by 7-foot bronze sculptures

“Pasadena Robinson Memorial” (1997) by Ralph Helmick, John Outterbridge and Stuart Schechter  PA

Centennial Plaza, 95 N. Garfield Avenue at Holly Street, Pasadena

 



Pasadena

5-foot by 10-foot building-mounted 3-dimensional ceramic tile mural with digital imprinting

“The Motion of the Planet (For Richard Feynman)” (1997) by Gifford Myers  PA  

parking lot entrance to Ross Dress For Less, northwest corner of Shoppers Lane and San Pasqual Street, 460 S. Lake Avenue, Pasadena



Pasadena

15-foot by 2-foot by 2-foot acrylic murals on concrete columns


“World Dance” (1997) by 
Akeke Carroll

STATUS 2015: REMOVED

La Pintoresca Park, Fair Oaks Avenue and Washington Boulevard, 45 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena





Pasadena

building-mounted ceramic, fiberglass, marble, glass, iron and steel mural


(1998) by Gifford Myers  PA

exterior south wall, Pasadena Senior Center (Intervale Senior Services), 85 E. Holly Street, Pasadena

 

 

Pasadena

6-foot by 322-foot acrylic mural


“How We Came to the Fifth World” (1998) by Cindy Scheckel and Mr. Ramo's 5th Grade Class, Madison Elementary School

Ashtabula Street and Los Robles Avenue, Pasadena



Pasadena 3 concrete benches with ceramic tile mosaic
 
"Places" (1999) by Antje Hammer  playground, Central Park, 275 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena   

Pasadena

painted metal sculpture


by Jack Sullivan

STATUS 2015:
PARTIALLY DAMAGED

above garage entrance, 473 E. Union Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

2-foot by 20-foot stone and glass mosaic mural above fountain; 10-foot diameter ceramic tile pavement medallion

“Pasadena Panorama”
(2000-2001) by Margaret Nielsen  PA

Garfield Promenade (Paseo Colorado), 280 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena



Pasadena

ceramic tile fountain


by Anne Marie Karlsen  PA  

Post Zen Court (Paseo Colorado, through corporate office), 375 E. Green Street, Pasadena

NOTE:  LOCATED IN PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL COURTYARD - RESTRICTED PUBLIC ACCESS



Pasadena sculptural steel entry gates "Iron Works For Paseo Colorado" (2001) by Michael Amescua, assisted by Rudy Gerardo  PA 

entrance to Paseo Colorado residence, 345 E. Green Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

20-foot diameter handmade ceramic tile fountain

“In the Eye of the Beholder”(2001) by Anne Marie Karlsen  PA 

STATUS 2015: FOUNTAIN INOPERATIVE

Fountain Court (second level, Paseo Colorado), 280 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena



Pasadena 7-foot by 12-foot building-mounted acrylic mural "When It Comes to Dreams (And Visions, I Have The Soul Of A Millionaire)" or Per sogni e per chimere, l'anima ho millionaria" (2002) by Mark Venaglia  

facing Euclid Avenue, 325 E. Cordova Street, Pasadena  

Pasadena

7-foot by 12-foot building-mounted acrylic mural

"But When The Thaw Comes (The First Sunshine Is Mine)" or “Ma guando vien lo sgelo, Il primo sole e mio” (2002) by Mark Venaglia

facing Euclid Avenue, 325 E. Cordova Street, Pasadena.

 

Pasadena

lanterns

[untitled] (2001-2002) by Michael McEwen

325 E. Cordova Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

4 3-foot by 5-foot kiln-formed art glass panels

[untitled] (2001-2002) by Stephen Knapp

325 E. Cordova Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

6-foot by 65-foot 4-panel building-mounted bas relief sculpture


2003) by Harry Reese  PA  

46 W. Dayton Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

2 3-foot by 5-foot leaded glass windows

“Frozen Music, Opus for Pasadena” (2002) by Arthur Stern  PA  

above entrance doors facing Green Street, 375 E. Green Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena leaded glass interior courtyard entry doors "Frozen Music, Opus for Pasadena" (2002) by Arthur Stern  PA  interior courtyard entrance, 375 E. Green Street, Pasadena

NOTE:  LOCATED IN PRIVATE RESIDENTIAL COURTYARD - RESTRICTED PUBLIC ACCESS 
 

Pasadena

5 wall-mounted sculptures with lighting

“Illuminated Fig Leaves”(2002) by Kim Abeles  PA

Electric Drive, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

2-wall 8-foot by 15-foot mural of digitally-imprinted images on sheet metal; 

11-foot by 30-foot assemblage mural with color reflectors


by Linda Pollack, Claudia Reisenberger, and Christina Ulke

interior parking garage ramps, Converse Alley, 40 S. Oakland Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

granite boulder sculptural fountain

“Fountainhead Rockscape”(2002-2003) by Tomas Lipps

south entrance to Acapella Leasing Center, 145 E. Chestnut Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

5-foot by 3-foot by 2-foot ceramic sculpture


by Jun Kaneko  PA 

courtyard (Western Asset Plaza), 385 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

station art:  photographic portraits against dichroic glass panels


by Pat Ward Williams  PA 

Lake Avenue Metro Station, 340 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena

 


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Pasadena

station art:  40-foot painted steel and bronze tower sculpture, 5 bronze steamer trunk bench sculptures


“Geologica 42” (2003) by 
Michael C. McMillen  PA

Metro Gold Line Fillmore Station, 95 Fillmore Street (753 S. Arroyo Parkway), Pasadena

 


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Pasadena

14-foot by 14-foot wall-mounted ceramic tile mural

“Kaloseidos” (2003) by Ralph Bacerra  PA  

courtyard entrance (Western Asset Plaza), 385 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

station art:  550-foot stainless steel and bronze fencing, 4 6-foot diameter bronze medallions, 4 stainless steel panels


2006) by Ries Niemi  PA

station fencing, top and base of elevator tower, Metro Gold Line Del Mar Station, 240 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena

 


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Pasadena

6-foot by 6-foot by 2-foot ceramic sculpture

“Kioku (Memory)” (2003) by Jun Kaneko  PA  

Los Robles Avenue (Western Asset Plaza), 385 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

spray-painted murals


“Kosmic Krylon Garage”(2004) by Kenny Scharf  PA

interior of parking garage, Pasadena Museum of California Art, 492 E. Union Street, Pasadena

NOTE:  PUBLIC ACCESS  LIMITED TO MUSEUM HOURS


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Pasadena

10-foot by 20-foot by 4-foot optical fiber sculptural bench


by Vito Acconci

Second level courtyard, 401 S. Lake Avenue, Pasadena




Pasadena

building-mounted ceramic tile medallion

“Raymond Starburst”
(2003) by Marlo Bartels

155 N. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

station art: 10-foot “sun marker” sculpture; steel panels with ceramic tile, stainless steel and enamel


“Rider’s Dream” (2003) by Michael Amescua  PA

Metro Gold Line Allen Station, 395 N. Allen Avenue, Pasadena

 


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Pasadena

station art:  100-foot suspended painted aluminum sculpture

“The First Artists in Southern California: A Short Story”(2003) by John Valadez  PA

downstairs platform, Metro Gold Line Memorial Park Station, 85 E. Holly Street, Pasadena

 


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Pasadena

station art:  suspended steel panels with photographic portraits

"Portraits" [officially untitled]  (2003) by Tony Gleaton  PA

station platform stairwell, Metro Gold Line Sierra Madre Villa Station, 149 N. Halstead, Pasadena

 


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Pasadena

images in mosaic pavement and colored Plexiglas


“Images of Commonality / Nature and Movement”
(2003) by Beth Thielen  PA  
STATUS 2015:  UNKNOWN

Sierra Madre Villa Parking and Bus Facility, Metro Gold Line Sierra Madre Villa Station, 149 N. Halstead, Pasadena



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Pasadena

stained glass window


Jacqueline Draeger

One E. Union Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

dichroic glass and metal awning and building-mounted panels


by Gordon Huether  PA  

175 S. Lake Avenue and 851 E. Cordova Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena 8-foot perforated painted steel entry gates "Holey Gates" (2004) by Susan Landau  PA  



712 E. Walnut Avenue, Pasadena  

Pasadena

building-mounted perforated steel and prism glass awnings

“Ring of Fire” (2004) by Peter Erskine  PA  

65 W. Dayton Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena 2 building-mounted 30-foot by 6-foot polished aluminum panels  "Light Trap" (2004-2005) by Laddie John Dill  PA
 
exterior east-facing walls of elevator shaft, parking court, 203 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena 



 

Pasadena

embedded bronze pavement shapes and images

“Flow” (2005) by May Sun  PA 

888 E. Walnut Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

25 sheet metal sculptures around light poles

“Harlequinade” (2005) by Wayne Healy  PA

light poles along Los Robles Avenue, Walnut Street and Union Streets, Pasadena



Pasadena

2 sets of photo montage awnings; paintged pavement images

“Passersby” (2005) by 
MERGE  PA  

89 S. Lake Avenue and 850 Green Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

3 aluminum, steel and bronze sculptures

"Untitled III" (2005) by Mark Lere  PA

140 N. Oak Knoll Avenue at Union Street, Pasadena




Pasadena

building-mounted sculptural awning

“Malevich’s Pick-Up Sticks”(2006) by Peter Shire

entrance, 159 W. Green Street, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

building-mounted 2-panel metal sculpture

“Rose Abstraction III” (2006) by Alber De Matteis

64 W. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

 

Pasadena

7-foot by 3-foot by 3-foot metal and wood "interactive"  structure with 4 inset opaque glass panels


(2006) by Christina Ulke and Ashok Sukumaran  PA  
 
STATUS 2015: INTERACTIVE ELEMENT IS MISSING OR INOPERATIVE

141 S. Hudson Avenue, Pasadena


Pasadena

illuminated 3-spire stainless steel kinetic sculpture


“Three Graces” (2006) by 
by Peter Fink  PA  

rooftop of Trio Apartments, northwest corner of Colorado Boulevard and El Molino Boulevard, 621 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena

 



Pasadena 65-inch by 60-inch by 28-inch enamel-on-aluminum sculpture 
 
"Beachball" (2007) by Romero Britto  Fountain Court, second level, Paseo Colorado, 280 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena  

Pasadena

20-foot by 6-foot ceramic tile (building address) mural


(2007)
 by Brady Houghton  PA 

217 S. Marengo Avenue, Pasadena

 

Pasadena building-mounted steel and polychroic glass awning 

"Tides of Time" (2007) by John Okulick  PA  630 S. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena 
 
 

Pasadena

5-foot by 5-foot quatro-fold freestanding stainless steel and aluminum panel


by Erika Rothenberg

southwest corner of S. De Lacey and W. Greet Street, 100 W. Green Street, Pasadena


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Pasadena

video images projected on building exterior

“Projections on Lake” (2007) by various artists    PA

STATUS 2015:   SUSPENDED OR REMOVED DURING BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

building exterior, 415 S. Lake Avenue, Pasadena


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Pasadena 8-foot bronze sculpture; 10-foot by 12-foot Anamosa limestone fountain "Bighorn Fountain" (2008) by Gwynn Murrill  PA The Montana, 345 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena 





Pasadena 8-foot by 19-foot building-mounted carved limestone intaglio sculpture

"Cougar Intaglio" (2008) by Gwynn Murrill  PA building façade above Euclid Street, The Montana, 345 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena


Pasadena 18-foot by 80-foot building-mounted carved limestone intaglio sculpture 

"Raptor Intaglio" (2008) by Gwynn Murrill  PA facade above Colorado Boulevard entrance, The Montana, 345 E. Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena 


Pasadena 18-foot by 6-foot by 4-foot stainless steel sculpture and fountain using recycled water"Whole Flow" (or "Processio Pasadena") (2008-2009) by Buster Simpson  PA southwest corner of Bellvue Drive and S. Arroyo Parkway, against Whole Foods Market building, 465 S. Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena 

Additional info.: 
Buster Simpson 
Pasadena 60-foot by 12-foot ceramic tile mural;
12-foot by 24-foot ceramic tile mural;
8-foot by 12-foot ceramic tile mural 

"The Dalton Tile Murals" (circa 2008) by Bob Zoell  PA   214 and 240 S. Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena 
Pasadena cementitious terrazzo hardscape  "317 Paces and 21 Stops"(2009) by Renée Petropoulos PA 

220 N. Lake Avenue, Pasadena 
Pasadena 2 7-foot by 12-foot cast bronze sculptures on 20-foot by 40-foot concrete platform; in-ground lighting

"Separated United Forms"(2009) by David Schafer  PA Huntington Hospital, 70 W. California Avenue, Pasadena


Photos, additional info.:
David Schafer 
Pasadena2 15-foot by 5-foot building-mounted stone and glass mosaic murals   "Two Urns" (2009) by Anne Marie Karlsen  PA 




  
125 N. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena  
Pasadena 18-foot by 2-foot by 1-foot wood sculpture "Fork in the Road" (2008, 2011) by Ken Marshall
 
center traffic median, St. John Avenue and Pasadena Avenue, Pasadena 

Additional info.:
Los Angeles Times 
Pasadena 40 hours of looped proejctions of video, animations, "generative visualization" and live feeds on four 20-foot high building-mounted screens
 
"Timekeeper" (2014) by Susan Narduli  PA   

165 S. DeLacey, Pasadena  
Pasadena 5-foot by 5-foot by 2-foot cold-rolled painted steel sculpture"Fat Happy" (circa 2014) by Barrett DeBusk northeast corner of Fair Oaks Avenue and East Walnut Street, 224 N. Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena
 
 



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 .Title,.Date,.Artist.

        .Location.

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[data forthcoming]




Pico Rivera

fountain

"Silent Rain" (1962) by Armando Baeza

City Hall, 6615 Passons Boulevard, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

bronze sculpture


“Home Savings and Loan Association” (1967) [artist 
unknown]

City Hall, 6615 Passons Boulevard, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

13-foot brick monument with flame


“Pico Rivera Veterans Memorial” (circa 1973) [artist unknown]

across from Pico Rivera City Hall, Mines Avenue, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

10-foot by 40-foot mural


“Pico Rivera Pride” (2003) 
by Daniel Martinez, the Rio Hondo Teen Club, and community members

next to handball court, Rio Hondo Park, 4632 Orange Street, Pico Rivera



Pico Rivera

4 fountains

[title unknown] (2003) [artist unknown]

entrances to Pico Rivera Commerce Center, Rex Road between Rosemead and Paramount, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

mural

[title unknown] (2007) by Elias Vargas and Jorge Avena

Rivera Middle School, Passons and Danbridge, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

limestone fountain

[title unknown] (circa 2007) [artist unknown]

southwest corner of Whittier Boulevard and Paramount Boulevard (Pico Rivera Village Walk), Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

mural

[title and date unknown] by Jacque Fabritz

Parks and Recreation building, 6767 Passons Boulevard, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

2 metal bells suspended from 11-foot poles

“El Camino Real Commemorative Bells” [date and artist unknown]

Pico Rivera Plaza, Whittier Boulevard between Paramount and Rosemead, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

fountain

[title, date and artist unknown]

Pico Crossings, 9317 Whittier Boulevard, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

rock and concrete fountain, bronze sculpture

[title, date and artist unknown]

8725 Rex Road, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

sculpture and fountain

[title, date and artist unknown]

southwest corner of Washington and Rosemead (Pico Rivera Town Center), Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

fountain

[title, date and artist unknown]

southwest corner of Washington and Rosemead (Pico Rivera Town Center), Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

bronze sculpture

[title, date and artist unknown]

sheriff’s station, 6631 Passons Boulevard, Pico Rivera

 

Pico Rivera

bronze bell, concrete base

[title, date and artist unknown]

South Ranchito Elementary School, 5241 Passons Boulevard, Pico Rivera

 

Placentia

[data forthcoming]




Playa Vista 4 mosaic
ceramic tile
benches; 4
mosaic ceramic
tile urns
 
"Ballona Sea Change"
(2006) by Marlo Bartels 
various locations, Playa Vista  
Playa Vista 3-column 8-foot,
12-foot and
14-foot stone
sculpture; 14-foot
square base

[title and artist unknown]
(circa 2006) 
east end of Crescent Park,
Playa Vista 
 
Playa Vista kinetic ribbed
chain mail
sculpture of  
Kaynemaile
seamless plastic
mesh strips
on a 60-foot
high lantern-
shaped tower 

"Enagua" (2015) by Ned 
Kahn
 
West Runway Road,
Playa Vista 
 
Playa Vista 45-foot by 90-foot
acrylic mural
 
"Extinción" (2015) by
DourONE 
  
south exterior wall of
parking garage (near
West Runway Road),
12746 Jefferson Blvd,
Playa Vista
 
 
Playa Vista 2 acrylic paint
murals 
"Nothing Exists" (2015) by 
Cyrcle 
exterior walls of building
and parking garage,
Paseo, West Runway Road,
Playa Vista
 
 
Playa Vista aerosol spray
paint mural

untitled (walking fingers)
(2015) by Case Maclaim 
southwest exterior of
parking garage, facing
Jefferson Blvd., Playa
Vista
 
 
Playa Vista aerosol spray
paint mural

 
untitled (hands with plane)
(2015) by Case Maclaim 
north exterior of building
near Jefferson Blvd., near
entrance to Whole Foods
Market, Playa Vista 

 

Pomona

5½-foot stone sculpture

“Pomona” (1889) by Adolph Cipriani

interior lobby, Pomona Public Library, 625 S. Garey Avenue, Pomona


Photo, additional information: 
Pomona Public Library (some data incorrect)  

Pomona

20-foot bronze sculpture


“Goddess of Fruit” (World War I memorial “1917 1918 Here We Endeavor to Honor Those From Pomona Valley…”) (1922) by Burt Johnson

Garfield Park, Holt Boulevard and Mountain View Avenue, Pomona



Pomona10-foot by 7-foot
concrete
monument
with inset
3-foot by
2-foot granite 
bas relief
sculpture
depicting the
area's early
settlers, with
3 bronze 
dedication
panels,
surrounded by 
a semi-circular
field stone 
retaining wall

Pioneers Monument 
(dedicated 1934)
[bas relief sculpture
artist unknown]
Ganesha Park, Val Vista
Street, Pomona 
   
Pomona5 1/2-foot by 16 1/2-foot oil-on-fabric mural "Rebuilding of the Palomares Adobe" or "The Construction of Adobe de Palomares" (1941) by Frank Stauffacher   

interior lobby, Transit Center Waiting Room (former Santa Fe Rail Station), 100 W. Commercial Street, Pomona 

 
NOTE:  The mid-19th century attire, native Americans, and building materials and equipment shown in this mural strongly indicate a representation of the original adobe structure's construction in 1850-55, instead of its restoration and rebuilding in 1939.  The alternative title of this mural, "The Construction of Adobe de Palomares," is more likely accurate, despite the attribution on the bronze plaque below the mural.

Pomona

brick and mortar bas relief sculpture

[title unknown] (1952) by Albert Stewart J. Svenson (sculptor) and Frank Williams (mason)

Millard Sheets Center for the Arts, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona


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Pomona

wood sculpture

“Ranchero” (1953) by John Edward Svenson

Millard Sheets Center for the Arts, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona



Pomona 5-foot by 2-foot by 1-foot wall-mounted stone sculpture (above fountain)"Mer-man" (circa 1962) by Betty Davenport FordPomona Mall, 400 W. Second Street (at Second Street and Gordon Street), Pomona  

 


Pomona

5-foot cast bronze sculpture (above fountain and pool)


John Edward Svenson

Pomona Mall, 200 E. Second Street, Pomona

 


Additional info.:

Pomona

8-foot by 12-foot mosaic stone mural (above 15-foot fountain and pool)

[untitled:  horse and tree](circa 1962)  by Millard Sheets (also possibly attributed to Jean and Arthur Ames)

Pomona Mall, 200 E. Second Street, Pomona

 


Additional info.:

Pomona

3-foot by 5-foot bronze sculpture

“Spiral Horned Gazelle” (1 of 15) (1962) by Betty Davenport Ford

interior, Pomona City Hall, 505 S. Garey Avenue, Pomona (originally located within fountain at the Pomona Mall, Second Street, Pomona)


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Pomona

12-foot by 22-foot mosaic ceramic tile mural

[no title] (1962) by Millard Sheets

100 W. Second Street, Garey Avenue and Second Street (Washington Mutual building), Pomona

Photo, additional information:

Pomona 5-foot by 2-foot by 1-foot cast stone sculpture"Sea Urchin" (1962) by Albert Stewart  300 W. Second Street, Pomona


  
Photo, additional information:
Pomona Public Library   

Pomona

12-foot by 15-foot mosaic ceramic tile mural

"Pomona" (1957-1962) by Jean and Arthur Ames

Pomona Mall, Second Street and Gordon Street, 400 W. Second Street, Pomona

 


Pomona

4-foot by 8-foot by 4-foot cast bronze and metal sculpture, concrete base


“Lady Remington” (1963)
by Peter Toulkos

Pomona Mall/courtyard, 300 W. Second Street, Pomona


Photo, additional information:
Pomona concrete, glass and stone mural  [title unknown; "Animal Wall Mosaics"] (circa 1960s) by Millard Sheets Millard Sheets Center for the Arts, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona  

Photo, additional information:
Pomona Public Library  
Pomona30-foot by 80-foot mural "Iglecia de Pensamiento"(1978) by Dan Clapp, Chris Toovey, Mike Monteleone and others north side of building, south-east corner of Garey Avenue and Second Street, 242 S. Garey Avenue, Pomona

 
 

Pomona

carved and painted wood totem pole

“Tlingit Totem Pole” (1981) by Carvers of Alaska Indian Art, Inc.

Millard Sheets Center for the Arts, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

3 ceramic tile columns and seating

“Past, Present, Future”  (1997) by William Attaway  PA  [Note: this artwork may have been discarded by city]

platform area, North Pomona Metrolink Station, 205 Santa Fe Street, Pomona




Pomona

15-foot by 50-foot mural

“Using Your Imagination” (1999) by Pedro A. Pelayo

west exterior wall of Westmont Park Community Center, 1808 W. Ninth Street, Pomona



Pomona

10-foot by 75-foot mural

“Reaching For The Stars” (2000) by Pedro Pelayo

Washington Park Community Center, 865 E. Grand Avenue, Pomona




Pomona

6-foot by 6-foot building-mounted mosaic ceramic tile mural

[title unknown] (2000) by Azarga Tile

1151 Fairplex Drive, Pomona


Pomona 2 canvas-on-cement murals[untitled] (2000) by Paul Botello  
Cesar Chavez Park, 2720 Barjud Street, Pomona 
 
Additional info.:
Pomona Public Library  
Pomona 6-foot by 14-foot mural  [untitled] (2000-2001) by David Rosales  200 S. Main Street, Pomona  Additional info.:
Pomona Public Library  

Pomona

mosaic glass, stone and concrete angel sculpture

“Angel of Tears and Hope” (2001) by Annmarie Socash (part of A Community of Angels Project)

Coiner’s Rose Garden, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

6½-foot by 120-foot mural


“Generation 9-11” (2002) 
by Pedro A. Pelayo

600 Philadelphia Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

5-foot by 5-foot building-mounted painted clay sculpture

[title unknown; part of façade improvements for “The Cat in the Hat” movie set] (2002) [artist unknown]

275 E. Second Street, Pomona



Pomona 42-foot by 140-foot 2-sided acrylic mural "Envisioning the Future" or "Pomona Envisions the Future" (2003-2004) by Kevin Stewart-Magee, with Lief Frederick, Sandra Gallegos, Cori Griffin-Ruiz, Rupert Hernandez, Lynne Kumra, Yolanda Londono, Amy Runyen, Chris Toovey, and Mary Kay Wilson    

west side of building, 195 W. Second Street, Pomona Mall, Pomona  

 
 

Pomona

18-foot by 25-foot mural

“Kiwanis Park Mural”  (2005) [artist unknown]

Kiwanis Park, 900 block of Weber, north of Orange Grove Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

8-foot by 3-foot by 3-foot stainless steel sculpture, 2-foot by 4-foot diameter concrete base 

"Helix" (2005) by James Hill PA 

south-east corner of Third Street and Palomares Street, 510 E. Third Street, Pomona

 


Pomona

8½-foot by 40½-foot mural

“The City of Pomona” (2006) designed by Jimmy Canchola and Darlene Canchola, painted by Andrew Quinones

side of restroom building, John F. Kennedy Park Teen Center, 1150 Fairplex Drive, Pomona


Photo, additional information:
Pomona 15-foot by 15-foot mural "Destin to Rise" (2007) by Dest in Two Rise Crew side of building, 1406 Holt Blvd., Pomona 

Photo, additional information:
Pomona Public Library 

Pomona

mural

[untitled] (2007) by Toni Sheets, D. Aguilar, Taylor Matney, Stefani D. Gissel

Millard Sheets Gallery, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

welded metal fencing

[untitled] (circa 2007) by Class of 2007, Charter High School of Arts and Enterprise

Charter High School of Arts and Enterprise, 295 N. Garey Avenue, Pomona



Pomona 8-foot by 8-foot mosaic ceramic mural  "Sports All Stars" (2012)  by Maureen Wheeler, with Anne Mumper and 5 Claremont High School students (Isabella Mendoza, Samantha Mutschler, Ngoc Pham, Garrett Shipway, and Julian To)  PA  

309 E. Foothill Boulevard, Pomona

 
Additional info.:
The Claremont Courier
The Daily Bulletin   

Pomona

5-foot by 7-foot metal and wood military canon

“Chase P. Rowe Post No. 30” [date, artist unknown]

on sidewalk, 239 E. Holt Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

stone obelisk sculpture, gilt iron fencing

[title, date and artist unknown]

Central Park, 600 W. Third Street, Pomona



Pomona

6-foot by 8-foot painting on wood

[title and date unknown] by AMFD

corner of Second Street and Garey Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

13-foot by 17-foot mural 

“The Fast Life” [date unknown] by Asia, Klip, and Mario

side of Pomona Auto Sound building, 770 W. Holt Avenue, Pomona


Photos, additional information:

Pomona

8-foot by 4-foot building-mounted painting on wood

“Tribal Moon” [date unknown] by Guillermo Bejarno

200 S. Thomas Street, Pomona


Photos, additional information:

Pomona

14-foot by 10-foot mural

“Arms Wide Open: Building Community in Service and Partnerships” [date unknown] by Paul Botello

1682 W. Mission Boulevard, Pomona

Photo, additional information:

Pomona

wall-mounted painting

“Summertime Blues” (circa 2000) by Charles P. Fogg

200 S. Thomas Avenue, Pomona


Photo:

Pomona

3-foot by 2-foot acrylic mural on trash can

[title and date unknown] by H.R.B.L.

corner of Gordon Street and Third Street, Pomona



Pomona

12-foot by 3-foot painting on wood

[title and date unknown] by Kimesling

corner of Second Street and Garey Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

4-foot by 7-foot wall-mounted painting

“Masonic Temple” [date unknown] by Gustavo Molina

Ganesha Park, N. White Avenue and Val Vista Street, Pomona


Pomona

4-foot by 8-foot wall-mounted mural

[title and date unknown] by Nousta

alley, between Second and Third Streets intersecting Thomas St. and Main St., Pomona



Pomona

3-foot by 9-foot mural


“Baja California” [date  unknown] by Richard Ortega

230 Roosevelt Avenue, Pomona


Photos, additional information:

Pomona

8-foot by 19-foot mural

[title and date unknown] by J. Pacheco

building exterior (Rama Fructifera), corner of Mission Boulevard and S. San Antonio Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

5-foot by 7-foot painting on wood

[title and date unknown] by Panuwat B.

corner of Second Street and Garey Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

2-foot by 8-foot painting on wood

[title and date unknown] Regina C.

corner of Second Street and Garey Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

6-foot by 3-foot building-mounted painting

“A Paradise for Lisette” [date unknown] by Malcolm Rice

200 S. Thomas Street, Pomona

Photo, additional information:

Pomona

5-foot by 3-foot wall-mounted painting

[title and date unknown] by José Sanchez

Central Park, 600 W. Third Street, Pomona


Photo, additional information:

Pomona

4-foot by 7-foot wall-mounted painting


“First Baptist Church" [date unknown] by Edgar Saray

Ganesha Park, N. White Avenue and Val Vista Street, Pomona



Pomona

3-foot by 4-foot painting


“La Casa Primera”
[circa 1960] by Milford Zornes

interior, Pomona Public Library, 625 S. Garey Avenue, Pomona


Photos, additional information:

Pomona

3-foot by 4-foot painting

“Mount San Antonio” [circa 1960] by Milford Zornes

interior, Pomona Public Library, 625 S. Garey Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

4-foot by 6-foot building-mounted painting

“For Your Country’s Sake Today, For Your Country’s Sake Tomorrow” [date and artist unknown]

Central Park, 600 W. Third Street, Pomona



Pomona

9-foot by 15-foot granite monument and fountain

“Siempre Con Nosotros” [date and artist unknown]

sidewalk, Pomona Police Department, 490 Mission Boulevard, Pomona



Pomona

5-foot by 3-foot building-mounted painting


“U. S. Marines” [date and
artist unknown]

Central Park, 600 W. Third Street, Pomona



Pomona

6-foot by 10-foot building-mounted painting

[title unknown; dinosaurs with boots] [date and artist unknown]

side of brick building, 240 Main Street, Pomona



Pomona

25-foot diameter metal globe sculpture

[title unknown; globe] [date and artist unknown]

in front of business building, 1661 Fairplex Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

bronze, copper and steel wall-mounted sculpture

[title unknown; lizard theme] [date and artist unknown]

Plaza de las Americas, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

carved and painted wood sculpture

[title unknown; owls] [date and artist unknown]

1823 Canyon Way, Pomona



Pomona

5-foot by 3-foot building-mounted painting

[title unknown; World War I sailor, worker, infantryman with flag] [date and artist unknown]

Central Park, 600 W. Third Street, Pomona



Pomona

4-foot by 6-foot building-mounted painting

[title, date and artist unknown; U.S. flag, plane, people in blue uniform]

Central Park, 600 W. Third Street, Pomona



Pomona

3-foot by 6-foot mural

[title unknown; Virgin of Guadalupe] [date and artist unknown

side of Cardenas Market building, 2001 S. Garey Avenue, Pomona


Pomona

3-foot by 5-foot wall-mounted painting

[title, date and artist unknown]

Garfield Park, corner of Holt Boulevard and Mountain View Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

3 4-foot by 8-foot wall-mounted paintings

[title, date and artists unknown]

Jaycee Park, N. San Antonio Avenue and Briarwood Lane, Pomona



Pomona

9-foot by 20-foot mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

Washington Park Community Center, 865 E. Grand Avenue, Pomona


Pomona

concrete 5-tier fountain

[title, date and artist unknown]

Plaza de las Americas, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

concrete sculpture

[title, date and artist unknown]

Millard Sheets Center for the Arts, Los Angeles County Fairplex, 1101 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

6-foot by 14-foot mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

200 S. Main Street, Pomona



Pomona

painted mail box

[title, date and artist unknown]

sidewalk, 200 S. Main Street, Pomona



Pomona

painted traffic signal box

[title, date and artist unknown]

sidewalk, 200 S. Main Street, Pomona



Pomona

painted utility vault vent

[title, date and artist unknown]

sidewalk, 200 S. Main Street, Pomona



Pomona

6-foot by 10-foot acrylic mural 

[title and date unknown] by David Rosales (angel, church, field images)

side of brick building, 240 Main Street, Pomona

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Pomona

painted utility vault vent

[title, date and artist unknown]

200 W. Second Street, Pomona



Pomona

7-foot by 4-foot painting

[title, date and artist unknown]

corner of Thomas Street and Third Street, Pomona



Pomona

4-foot by 5-foot by 2-foot painted traffic signal box

[title, date and artist unknown]

200 S. Thomas Street, Pomona


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Pomona

4-foot by 3-foot building-mounted ceramic mosaic mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

1269 Park Avenue, Pomona



Pomona

4-foot by 6 ½-foot ceramic tile mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

alley, 390 College Plaza, Pomona



Pomona

4-foot by 4-foot ceramic tile mosaic mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

1690 Garey Avenue, Pomona



Pomona approx. 15-foot
by 8-foot carved
wood "dream
catcher"
sculpture
 
"Dreaming" (2016) by
John Mahoney
 
Ganesha Park,
Soroptimist's Redwood
Grove, McKinley Avenue at
Canyon Way, Pomona
 
 
Pomona 8-foot by 3-foot
carved wood
sculpture, 
mounted on a
2-foot tree
stump

"Grizzly Bear" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
Ganesha Park, near east
entrance, 1575 N. White
Avenue, Pomona 
 
Pomonaapprox. 3-foot
by 2-foot carved
wood sculpture,
mounted on a 
7-foot tree stump

"Hawk "Raising" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures) 

Ganesha Park, near band
shell, 1575 N. White 
Avenue, Pomona
 
Pomona approx. 3-foot
by 2-foot carved
wood sculpture,
mounted on a
2-foot tree stump 

"California Coyote" (2016; 
installed 2017) by John 
Mahoney (one of a series 
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park, west of
Spect/Sunset Drive and
Paige Drive, Pomona  
 
Pomona approx. 8-foot
by 1-foot carved
wood sculpture 
"Proud Puma" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park, west of 
Spect/Sunset Drive and 
Paige Drive, Pomona 
 
Pomona approx. 12-foot
by 1-foot carved
wood sculpture 
"Night Watch" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park, Paige Drive
100 feet south of 
Spect/Sunset Drive,
Pomona
 
Pomona approx. 1-foot
by 2-foot carved
wood sculpture, 
mounted on a
15-foot tree 
stump  

"The Raven" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park, Soroptimist's 
Redwood Grove, West 
McKinley Avenue near 
Canyon Way, Pomona
 
Pomona approx. 8-foot
by 3-foot carved
wood sculpture  
"The Cocoa Bear" (2016; 
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park, Soroptimist's
Redwood Grove, West
McKinley Avenue near
Canyon Way, Pomona 
 
Pomona approx. 12-foot
by 2-foot carved
wood sculpture  
"Working Woodpeckers"
(2016; installed 2017) by
John Mahoney (one of a
series of 12 wood
sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park,
Soroptimists's Redwood 
Grove, West McKinley 
Avenue near Canyon Way, 
Pomona
 
Pomona approx. 12-foot
by 4-foot carved
wood sculpture  
"Leaping Lynx" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park,
Soroptimist's Redwood
Grove, West McKiinley
Avenue near Canyon Way,
Pomona
 
 
Pomona approx. 12-foot
by 4-foot carved
wood sculpture  
"Resting Raccoon" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park,
Soroptimist's Redwood
Grove, West McKinley
Avenue near Canyon Way,
Pomona
 
 
Pomona approx. 12-foot
by 2-foot carved
wood sculpture 
"Searching Squirrels"
(2016; installed 2017) by
John Mahoney (one of a
series of 12 wood
sculptures) 
Ganesha Park,
Soroptimist's Redwood
Grove, West McKinley
Avenue near Canyon Way,
Pomona
 
 
Pomona approx. 2-foot
by 2-foot carved
wood sculpture,
mounted on a 
12-foot tree
stump
 
"Sage Owl" (2016;
installed 2017) by John
Mahoney (one of a series
of 12 wood sculptures)
 
Ganesha Park, pathway
between Soroptimist's 
Redwood Grove and Paige 
Drive, Pomona
 

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