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...Artwork..

Title,.Date,.Artist .

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

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Paramount

bronze sculpture

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

Spane Park, 14400 Gundry Avenue, Paramount


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Paramount

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

metal 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

bronze 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, Paramout



Paramount

bronze sculpture

“Delineation” (1987) by Harold L. Pastorius

City Hall, 16400 Colorado Avenue, Paramount


Paramount

bronze 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


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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


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Dee Clements

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


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Dee Clements

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


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Dee Clements

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


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Dee Clements

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


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Dee Clements

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


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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 bronze 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