PUBLIC ART IN LOS ANGELES
STATUEAlice in Chains, Ballerina Clown, Beatrice, Burghers of Calais, Chinese Lion, Corporate Head, David sculpture, Firefighters Memorial, Bust at The Getty, Into the Future, Issei Dream, Lady of the Angels, Molecule Man, Muffler Man, Obelisk, Oscar, Santa Monica sculpture, Shoshone, Sirens, Torso.
FOUNTAINA Rose For Lilly, Bell of Dolores, Colpo d'Ala, Double Ascension, Eleanor Chambers Memorial, Flint Fountain, Flight of Europe, Floodlight Fountain, Hello Girls, Martin Luther King Memorial, Muse of Music, Peace on Earth, Source Figure, The Power of Water, Water Cooling Fountain.
LOS ANGELES PUBLIC FIGURESAbraham Lincoln, Amelia Earhart, Bart Simpson, Beethoven, Bob's Big Boy, King Carlos III., Charlie Chaplin, Chiune Sugihara, Diogenes, Felipe de Neve, Felix the Cat, Gilbert W. Lindsay, Griffith J. Griffith, Harrison Gray Otis, Hugo Reid, Jeanne d'Arc, Jesus Garcia Corona, Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon, Jose Marti, Joseph Scott, Marilyn Monroe, Richard Nixon, Robinson Memorial, Sun Yat-sen.
MORE WATERBunker Hill Steps, Civic Center Esplanade, Pioneer Memorial, Grace E. Simons Lodge, La Brea Tar Pits, Mac Arthur Park, Maguire Gardens, Mulholland Fountain, Silver Lake Fountain, Water Court.
In the 1930's the United States of America started long-term national programs and federal art projects like the WPA Works Progress Administration in California with the intention to develop patriotism, national consciousness and pride.
The 1960's changed the perspective of public art from decoration of public space and visualization of national history to a more significant relationship between the artwork and it's site and the urban environment.