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

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San Dimas

bronze sculpture

“A Welcome Sight (Jedediah Strong Smith)” (circa 1992) by Victor Issa

San Dimas City Hall, 245 E. Bonita Avenue, San Dimas


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San Dimas

bronze and ceramic tile sculpture


“Catching Frogs” (Circa
1998) by Vic Riesau
CURRENTLY MISSING (AS OF 10/16/2014)

San Dimas City Hall, 245 E. Bonita Avenue, San Dimas


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San Dimas

7-foot by 45-foot wall-mounted bas relief cast stone sculpture

“Between the Sun and Moon” (1997) by Steven L. Reiman

south exterior wall (facing Bonita Avenue), San Dimas City Hall, 245 E. Bonita Avenue, San Dimas


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San Dimas

bronze sculpture

“Cornerstones of Freedom” (circa 2001) by James N. Muir

San Dimas City Hall, 245 E. Bonita Avenue, San Dimas


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San Dimas

3 bronze sculptures


“Our Neighborhood Sheriff’s Station” (circa 
2006) by Richard A. Myer

surrounding flag pole at entrance, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, San Dimas Station, 270 S. Walnut Avenue, San Dimas


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San Dimas

oil on canvas


“Julia Holton Fisher”
(date unknown) by A. O. Ravenaugh

interior entry/lobby, Walker House, 121 San Dimas Avenue, San Dimas

  

San Gabriel

historic indigenous stencil work; misc. decorative elements

[untitled] (circa 1771) by various artists

interior and exterior, Mission San Gabriel Archangel, 428 Mission Drive, San Gabriel



San Gabriel

cast iron bell

“El Camino Real Commemorative Bell” (1906) [artist unknown] by Mrs. Armitage C. E. Forbes

El Camino Real, Mission Drive and Mission Road, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

bronze statue


“Fray Junipero Serra” 
(circa 1906) [artist unknown]

El Camino Real, Mission Drive and Mission Road, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

murals, tapestries, lanterns

[untitled] (1927; murals restored 2001) [artists unknown]

interior lobby, San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, 320 S. Mission Drive, San Gabriel


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San Gabriel

bronze bust

“John Steven McGroarty”  (1933) by Julia Bracken Wendt

interior lobby, San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, 320 S. Mission Drive, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

4-foot by 12-foot oil on canvas mural


“San Gabriel Country”  (1937-1938) by Ray Strong

interior lobby, San Gabriel Post Office, 120 S. Del Mar Avenue, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

molded and cast concrete sea figures, sand lagoon

[untitled] (circa 1962) by Benjamin Dominguez

La Laguna de San Gabriel , Vincent Lugo Park, corner of W. Wells Street and S. Ramona Street, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

fountain

“Bicentennial Fountain” (1976) [artist unknown]

Plaza Park, 428 Mission Drive, San Gabriel


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San Gabriel

7 ½ -foot by 45-foot mural

"San Gabriel Library Mural" [San Gabriel Mission life, circa 1800] (1984) by Robert Freeman

interior, children’s section, San Gabriel Public Library, 500 S. Del Mar Avenue, San Gabriel


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San Gabriel

individual painted and glazed ceramic tiles


“Mission District Streetscape Tiles" (1994) phase I by coordinators George Robles and (2003) phase II by Dixie Giering, and by more than 600 Fourth Grade San Gabriel students 

throughout the Mission District Historic Walk (east and west sides of N. Mission Drive between Broadway Avenue and Mission Road; north sides of Mission Road and Junipero Serra Drive between Ramona Street and Clary Avenue), San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

6-foot by 18-foot painted and glazed tile mural

[untitled; native American Tongva community] (circa 2001) by Dixie Giering

Smith Park, West Broadway east of Junipero Serra Drive, San Gabriel


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San Gabriel

concrete, wood and natural fiber picnic structures

[untitled; Tongva community themes] (circa 2001) by Walker and Armstrong Landscape Architects

Smith Park, West Broadway east of Junipero Serra Drive, San Gabriel


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San Gabriel

mural; 21 scale models (California missions)

[no titles] (circa 2004-2005) by Evan LaGrande Wilson

Mission Courtyard, San Gabriel Mission Playhouse, 320 S. Mission Drive, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

72-foot mural on stucco


“Early California” (2005)  by Donald “Putt” Putman

eastern wall of Mission Art Supply, W. Santa Anita Street, west of Mission Drive, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

8½-foot by 10-foot digital mural (printed on 3M Controltac)

[title unknown; historical San Gabriel images] (2006) by Hana Cerkez

interior lobby, Wells Fargo Bank, 120 N. San Gabriel Boulevard, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

painted and glazed ceramic tile mural


“City With A Mission” (replica of 1832 San Gabriel Mission painting) [date unknown] by George Robles

interior lobby, San Gabriel City Hall, 425 S. Mission Drive, San Gabriel


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San Gabriel

oil on canvas painting


“Walter P. Temple”
[date unknown] by B. Deutsch

interior second floor lobby (Council Chambers), San Gabriel City Hall, 425 S. Mission Drive, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

mural

“Sunflowers” [date and artist unknown]

northeast side of building, Washington School, 300 N. San Marino Avenue, San Gabriel

 

San Gabriel

7 oil on canvas paintings

[titles and dates unknown] by various artists (four paintings by Alta Chambers; three others attributed to Wesley Crandall, Edith Bartelli, and Glenn Cook)

interior, San Gabriel Post Office, 120 S. Del Mar Avenue, San Gabriel

 

San Jacinto

mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

northeast corner of Main and San Jacinto Avenue, San Jacinto

 

San Jacinto

mural

[title, date and artist unknown]

southeast corner of Main and San Jacinto Avenue

 

San Juan Capistrano

[data forthcoming]




San Marcos [data forthcoming] 

   
San Pedro kinetic sculpture "Telltales Wind Ensemble" (2004) by Doug Hollis Cruise Ship Promenade, San Pedro


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The Port of Los Angeles   
San Pedro 23 bench-mounted ceramic tile murals (untitled; circa 2004) by Roberto L. Delgado and various artists Upper Promenade (near "Telltales Wind Ensemble"), San Pedro 

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The Port of Los Angeles   
San Pedro 5-foot sculpture "Multicultural Man" (2008) by Francesco Perilli Waterfront Promenade, San Pedro  


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San Pedro 8-foot by 12-foot glass sculpture "Ship in a Bottle" (2011) by Mark Dion  south end of Cabrillo Way Marina (south of 22nd Street), San Pedro 

 
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The Port of Los Angeles   
Santa Ana 6-foot by 20-foot acrylic mural "Chicano Gothic" (1987) by Emigdio Vasquez and Sidney Stone
 
west wall of pool area, Memorial Park, 2102 S. Flower Street, Santa Ana 

 

 
Santa Ana mural "MLB All-Star Game" (2010) by Roberto Del Hoyo El Salvador Park, 1825 W. Civic Center Drive, Santa Ana
 
 
Santa Ana mural "Memorial Park Mural" (2011) by Roberto Del Hoyo  outdoor stage, Santa Ana Memorial Park, 2102 S. Flower Street, Santa Ana 

 
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Santa Ana  mural "Santiago Park Mural" (2011) by Roberto Del Hoyo  Santiago Creek Bike Trail underpass at S. Main Street, Santiago Park, Santa Ana  
 
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Santa     Clarita

tile waterhole structure and archway

“Share the Earth with Others” (1995) by Viqui McCaslin

plaza, Santa Clarita Metrolink Station, 22122 Soledad Canyon Road, Santa Clarita


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Clarita
 
8-foot by 6-foot mural  "Valley of the Golden Dream" (2000) by Miguel Angel Ramirez interior lobby, Santa Clarita City Hall, 23920 Valencia Boulevard, Santa Clarita  

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Clarita  
2 bronze sculptures [untitled] (2000) by Snell John, with John C. Heindel  Westfield Valencia Town Center, 24201 Valencia Boulevard, Santa Clarita  

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Santa
Clarita

10-foot by 20-foot mural

“Imagination Tree” (2002) 
by Traci C. Petro  PA 

interior, children’s section, Canyon Country JoAnne Darcy Library, 18601 Soledad Canyon Rd., Santa Clarita


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Clarita
 
cast bear sculpture with photograph montage "Heritage Bear" (2005) by Scott Groller Valencia Heritage Park, 24155 Newhall Ranch Road, Santa Clarita 

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Clarita  
memorial space with water feature, pathways and sculptural elements "Veterans Plaza" (2005) by Joe Varonin and Total Concept Construction Veterans Historical Plaza, 24275 North Walnut Street, Santa Clarita Additional information:
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Clarita
 
painted waste cans "Old Town Newhall Art Cans" (2006) by JoAnna and Scott Bruckner, Mike Burton, Anne Marie Darrach, Alexa Joy, Gerda E. Maxey, Jessea Gay Marie, Ray Pinjanthuk, Jim Urich, Donna Weil, and Cecily G. Willis  

various locations, Main Street, Old Town Newhall, Santa Clarita  Additional information:
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Clarita
 
caste bronze sculpture  "Willie Johnston" (2006) by Mark Henn  Veterans Historical Plaza, 24275 North Walnut Street, Santa Clarita  

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Clarita
 
cast sculpture "Golden Valley Grizzly" (2006) by Golden Valley High School students Golden Valley High School Performing Arts Center, 27051 Robert C. Lee Parkway, Santa Clarita 

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Clarita  
memorial space with bronze dedication plaque and sculptural elements"Youth Grove"  (2006) by STV, Inc.Central Park, 27150 Bouquet Canyon Road, Santa Clarita  Photo, additional information:
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Clarita  
mural "History of Santa Clarita's Southern Hotel" (2007) by Frank Rock   PAMarket Street, Old Town Newhall, Santa Clarita 


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Clarita 
mural "California Vaquero" (2007) by Nicole Ponsler   PAMarket Street, Old Town Newhall, Santa Clarita 

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Clarita
 
mural "Walk of Western Stars" (2007) by Victoria Sulski and Peter Bartczak  PAMain Street between Market Street and 6th Street, Santa Clarita  

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Clarita
 
mural "Community in Action" (2007) by the Special Children's Art Foundation  Community Center, 22421 Market Street, Santa Clarita 


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Clarita
 
cast sculpture "Transit Bear" (2007) by Mike Burton  Santa Clarita Transit Maintenance Facility, 28250 Constellation Road, Santa Clarita  Additional information:
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Santa
Clarita

painting 

[untitled] (2008) by Henk Pander  
PA

interior lobby, Fire Station 108, 28799 Rock Canyon Drive, Santa Clarita 

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Clarita
 
pool-mounted sculpture   "Birds and Sails" (2008) by Douwe Bloomberg   Bridgeport Marketplace, 24061 Newhall Ranch Road, Santa Clarita  

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Clarita
 
mural "Together in Fun and Fitness" or "Activities Center Mural" (2008) by the Special Children's Art Foundation  Santa Clarita Activities Center, 20880 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita 


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Clarita  
bronze sculpture [untitled] (2008) (artist unknown; donated by Bronze West Imports)building entrance, Santa Clarita Aquatic Center, 20850 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita  

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Clarita  
painted waste cans "Art Cans" (2009) by Frank Rock, Gerda Maxey, Mary Kay Wilson, and Dave Ekman  PASanta Clarita Sports Complex, 20850 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa ClaritaAdditional information:
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Clarita
 
cast sculpture "Climbing Tree Bear" (2009) by Corey Stein  Westfield Valencia Town Center, 24201 Valencia Boulevard, Santa Clarita  Additional information:
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Clarita
 
5-foot by 5-foot by 2-foot limestone sculpture, 3-foot by 4-foot by 2-foot limestone sculpture "Friends" (2010) by Madeline Weiner  PACanyon Country Park, 17615 Soledad Canyon Road, Santa Clarita  




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Clarita 
two-sided 20-foot by 60-foot mural "Final Lap" (2010) by Bob Hernandez  PASanta Clarita Aquatic Center, 20850 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita 

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Clarita
 
approx. 15-foot by 20-foot stucco, glass and metal mural "Into the Blue" (2010) by Rachel Slick  PA Santa Clarita Aquatic Center, 20850 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita  Additional information:
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Santa
Clarita

lithocrete, glass and rock fire pit 

"Convergence" (2011) by Matt Dehaemers   PA 


exterior courtyard, Fire Station 156, 24525 Copperhill Drive, Santa Clarita 

 


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Clarita
  

laser-cut steel entrance gates 

[untitled: streets] (2010) by Eric Powell  PA  



exterior courtyard, Fire Station 156, 24525 Copperhill Drive, Santa Clarita 

 

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Clarita
 
mural "Connecting Through the Arts" or "Golden Valley Bridge Mural" (2011) by Marc Kolodziejczyk, Nicole Armitage, and the Special Children's Art Foundation bridge underpass, Golden Valley Bridge, 21019 1/2 Soledad Canyon Road, Santa Clarita  



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Clarita 
10-foot by 28-foot oil-on-canvas mural "Fire Break" (2012) by Garin Baker  PAinterior conference room, Fire Station 150, 19190 Golden Valley Road, Santa Clarita 

 

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Clarita  
5-foot by 9-foot glazed ceramic tile mural, terrazzo floor  "Keeping Watch" (2012) by Steve Farley  PA  interior lobby, Fire Station 150, 19190 Golden Valley Road, Santa Clarita  

 
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Clarita 
metal sculpture "Archways" (2013) by Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector  PAMcBean Regional Transit Center Park and Ride, 24375 Valencia Boulevard, Santa Clarita   

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Santa Fe Springs

14-foot by 20-foot wall-mounted ceramic relief sculpture

[title unknown; history of Santa Fe Springs] (1976) by Raul Esparza

interior lobby, Santa Fe Springs City Library, 11700 Telegraph Road at Alburtis Avenue, Santa Fe Springs

 

Santa Fe Springs

painted steel sculpture

“Completed Abstraction”  (1990) by James Mitchell

Town Center Business Park, 10330 Pioneer Boulevard, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

bronze sculpture, concrete base

“The World In My Hands” (1990) by Dennis Smith

Library entrance, 11700 E. Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete relief sculpture

“A City Evolves: The Vaqueros” (1991) by Tony Sheets

Bloomfield Avenue at Clark Street, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

11 travertine, stone and glass sculpture


“Eleven Markers for Santa Fe Springs” (1991) by 
Otto Rigan

9800-10012 Norwalk Boulevard, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

cast stone sculpture


“Orange Harvest” (1991) 
by Richard Ellis

10631 Hathaway Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

polished steel sculpture, concrete base


“Sundance Springs”
(1991) by Roger Barr

Beasor Drive median island, south of Slauson Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

cast bronze sculpture


“The Oilfield Workers” (1991) by Carlos Terres

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

10-foot by 5-foot cement, stoneware, gold ceramic tile, stainless steel sculpture

“Omni” (1993) by Dora De Larios

9700 Norwalk Boulevard (Trammel Crow Company), Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

4 bronze sculptures within fountain


“Soaring Dreams” (1993) 
by Dennis Smith

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Pioneer Boulevard (Soaring Dreams Plaza), Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

ceramic tiles in walkway


“Arte De Los Niños” (1994)
 by children of Santa Fe Springs

9930 Orr at Day Road (Promenade Shopping Center), Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete relief sculpture

“A City Evolves: The Agrarians” (1995) by Tony Sheets

Shoemaker Avenue at Sandoval Street, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete relief sculpture

“Cargo” (1995) by Tony Sheets

9939 Norwalk Boulevard, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

8-foot by 32-foot mural

“Santa Fe Springs Oranges” (1995) by Mary McMenamin

Heritage Park, 12100 Mora Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

bronze sculpture

“Cannonball” (1996) by Dennis Smith

City Aquatic Center, 10145 Pioneer Boulevard, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

16-foot by 8-foot by 8-foot stainless steel sculpture

“Charlotte” (1996) by Lou Pearson

corner of Shoemaker Avenue and Florence Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

mural

“Fish Tails and Paint Pails” (1996) by Mary McMenamin

Family Center, 10349 Heritage Park Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

stenciled steel sculpture


“Dancing Gabrielenos”
(1997) by Janet Tuck and Geraldine Waldman

13580 Firestone Boulevard, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

bronze sculpture

“The Journey” (1997) by Johnny Contreras and Robert Freeman

Family Center, 10349 Heritage Park Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

16-foot stainless steel sculpture

“Renaissance” (1998) by James Thomas Russell  PA

14420 Bloomfield Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete relief sculpture

“A City Evolves: The Industrialists” (1999) by Tony Sheets

corner of Patterson Place and Florence Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

cast terrazzo sculpture

“On Track” (1999) by Steve Gaskey

15511 Carmenita Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete relief sculpture


“Pathways to Industry” (1999) by Tony Sheets

12434 Lakeland Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete relief sculpture


“Sunset Journey” (1999) by 
Elizabeth Garrison and Victor Henderson

Orden Drive at Carmenita Road, Santa Fe Springs



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Santa Fe Springs

stainless steel sculpture

“Cirrus” (2000) by William Solaini

8737 Dice Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

12-foot stainless steel sculpture 2-foot base


“Eternal Spring” (2000) by 
James Thomas Russell  PA

12009 Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

2 cast bronze sculptures mounted on ceramic tile-clad platform and columns


“Maiastra Fountain” (2000) by 
Raul Guerrero

Orden Drive and Carmenita Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

stainless steel sculpture

“Spriit (2000) by William Solaini

8708 Dice Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

painted metal sculpture


“Cactus Coyote” (2001) 
by Carolyn Reynolds

business park, 10232 Palm Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

painted metal sculpture


“Dancing Bear” (2001) by 
Carolyn Reynolds

business park, 10232 Palm Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

painted metal sculpture

“Deerhunter” (2001) by Carolyn Reynolds

business park, 10232 Palm Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

building-mounted painted metal sculpture

“Motion” (2001) by Brad Howe

10506 Shoemaker Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

painted metal sculpture


“Once A Chief” (2001) by 
Carolyn Reynolds

business park, 10232 Palm Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

painted metal sculpture, ceramic tile mural

“Shaman” (2001) by Carolyn Reynolds

business park, 10232 Palm Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

freestanding ceramic tile mural


“Spirit of the Eagle” (2001) 
by Charlottle Van Zant-King

business park, 10232 Palm Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete and bronze table and 2 stools

“Table Tools and Tire Treads” (2001) by Jacqueline Dreager

15305 Spring Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

freestanding ceramic tile mural


“Watchful Spirit” (2001) by 
Charlotte Van Zant-King

business park, 10232 Palm Drive, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

painted aluminum sculpture

“Blue Bear and Friends” (2002) by Brad Howe

9300 Santa Fe Springs Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs ceramic tiles mounted into concrete bench "Photo Album" (2003) by Wayne Healy Little Lake Village, 10902 Fulton Wells Road, Santa Fe Springs  Photo:
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Santa Fe Springs

steel mobile


“Kelp for Café Libro” (2003) by Brad Howe

interior, Santa Fe Springs City Library, 11700 E. Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

gate-mounted painted aluminum sculpture

“Space Gate” (2003) by Brad Howe

12717 Ann Street, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

stainless steel sculpture

“Synergy” (2003) by James Thomas Russell

10628 Fulton Wells Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

building-mounted painted steel sculpture


“Industrial Surfer” (2004) 
by Brad Howe

10135 Painter Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

painted steel and glass sculpture

“Springstar” (2004) by Ed Carpenter

13200 Imperial Highway, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

cast bronze sculpture, cut stone base

“Abuelitos” (2005) by Wayne Healy

Neighborhood Center, 9255 Pioneer Boulevard, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

cast bronze sculpture

“Grandpa’s Little Slugger” (2005) by Wayne Healy

Betty Wilson Center, 11641 Florence Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

2 14-foot mosaic tile pillars

“Reverence for an Era #1” (2006) by Kerry Zarders

northeast corner of Telegraph Road and Bloomfield Avenue, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

aluminum and copper globe sculptures

“Sister City Peace Park Globes” (2006) by Lauren Evans

Santa Fe Springs Sister City Park, Telegraph Road at 605 Freeway, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

gouache on paper

“Community Portrait”  (2007) by Judi Smith-Trasport

interior lobby, Santa Fe Springs City Hall, 11710 Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

2 22-foot by 14-foot by 22-foot bronze sculptures, 3 bronze relief sculptures

“Fortitude” (2007) by Dee Clements

northwest corner of Foster and Carmenita Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

10-foot by 8-foot glass tile mural

“La Familia/The Family” (2007) by local students

Los Nietos Child Care Center, 11143 Charlesworth Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

concrete relief sculpture

“125 Years” (2007) by Tony Sheets

12831 Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

2 14-foot mosaic tile pillars

[title unknown] (circa 2007) by Kerry Zarders

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Bloomfield Avenue, Santa Fe Springs

 

Santa Fe Springs

cast colored concrete


“Founder’s Plaza” (2008) by Tony Sheets

Southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs

 

Santa Fe Springs

metal sculpture

“Oasis” (1998) by Michael Amescua  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

sculptural metal fence

“Vine” (1998) by Michael Amescua  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

metal sculpture

“Totem” (1998) by Michael Amescua  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

sculpture

“Fern Lantern” (1999) by Michael Davis  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

metal sculpture and stone-faced fountain


“Fossil Fountain” (1999) by Michael Davis  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

sculpture


“Lily Pond Lantern” (1999) by Michael Davis  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

sculpture


“Ripple Lantern” (1999) by Michael Davis  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

fountain

“Snake Basket Fountain” (1999) unknown] by Michael Davis  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

2 wood and metal sculptures

“Steel Man” and “Band Wheel” (1999) by Michael Davis   PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

collection of furniture shape sculptures


“Wicker Parlor” (1999) by Michael Davis  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs

34 reproductions of historic photographs of the Telegraph Road/Norwalk Boulevard intersection

“The Four Corners Photographs” (1999) by Wayne Healy  PA

southwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs


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Santa Fe Springs 7 sculptures within pond "Pond Life (1999) by JoeSam   PAsouthwest corner of Telegraph Road and Norwalk Boulevard, Heritage Springs Sculpture Garden, Santa Fe Springs Photo:
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