PUBLIC ART LOS ANGELES MURALS
MURAL and WALLPAINTING
Abbot Kinney developer of the Venice Canals and Venice of America along the shores of Los Angeles. Public art mural 2004 artist Rip Cronk.
Aboriginal mural on 8th Street 1998 by Pixie. Los Angeles public art at the Fashion District.
A Glorious History, a Golden Legacy 1995 by artist Eliseo Silva. Filipino-American heritage mural at the Beverly Union Park.
Murals in America evolved as an medium of public expression during Mexican Revolution in times of crisis. Like most public art, mural art and wallpaintings are neither connected to the international art world nor supported by state officials.
Nova Color artists acrylic paint, manufactured in Culver City, helped the Chicano Mural Arts movement since 1965 to add color and more personality to buildings and bridges in the City of Los Angeles.
AIDS Memorial painting 1989 by Keith Haring inside hte North Campus of the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena 1700 Lida Street.
Mural Amateur Athletic 2000 by artists Carlos Callejo and Chris Fernandez along Glendale Blvd. at Echo Park.
What i See, Can Be Me mural 1993 by artist Michael Schnorr. The American Dream on Los Angeles' Skid Row at 5th Street + Crocker.
Mural Angel of Unity by artist Freydoon Rassouli at Washington Blvd. + Speedway in Venice Beach.
Flying Angels plate glass engraving 2004 Hakob Jambazian at Our Lady of the Angels Cathedral.
Angelyne the Queen of billboards everywhere in Los Angeles. Call phone 310 285 9399 Public Art.
A Shenere un Besere Velt 1998 artists Eliseo Art Silva and Sybil Grinnell on Robertson Blvd. for The Workman's Circle a.k.a. Der Arbeter Ring.
Mosaic L'Annunciazione 1981 by Isabel Piczek at the plaza church Our Lady Queen of Angels.