LAPD Memorial Sculpture Court
Steel, concrete, granite, bronze
Funded by the City of Los Angeles for $375,000.
Description: The sculpture court contains 14 medal of valor columns,
a center memorial bronze sculpture, benches and lighting.
There are also lobby and hallway murals.
The bronze sculpture is bysculptor Alejandro De la Loza.
Glazed ceramic tile paver
Location: City of Nagoya, Japan.
Funded by the Los Angeles-Nagoya Sister City Affiliate for $8,000.
Description: The artwork celebrates the Nagoya and
Los Angeles 50 years of friendship anniversary.
Fun at the Lennox Plunge-East
Glazed ceramic tile
Location: Lennox Park, CA.
Funded by the County of Los Angeles
Description: The mural depicts the playful activities at the park's swimming pool.
El Pueblo San Jos‚ de Guadalupe
Concrete, tile, granite, lights
Location: San Jose, California.
Funded by the City of San Jose
Description: The history of San Jose
(1st pueblo, 1777)
is similar to Los Angeles
(2nd pueblo, 1781).
Imagery is rendered in tile murals
and bas-relief sculpture.
East Rockville Blossom
Concrete, glazed ceramic tile
and powder coated steel
12' x 6' x 6'
Location: Metro Station, Rockville, MD. Funded by the City of Rockville
Description: Celebrates the
neighborhood with images of
landmarks and local heroes.
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The Claremont Stelae
Glazed ceramic tile
Location: Claremont, CA'
Funded by the City of Claremont for $15,000.
Description: The work is a free range of screened, stenciled and painted images and colors.
Location: DMV, Culver City. Funded by the State of California for $20,000.
Description: On The Road
To Energy Efficiency
The Poet's Wall
Location: Villalobos Hall, Whittier, CA.
Funded by Whittier College
Description: ELS was named Distinguished Artist and as such, worked with the students
in the design
and painting of the mural depicting campus life.
Cor-ten steel, ceramic tile
Location: Olivas Park Golf Course, Ventura, CA.
Funded by the City of Ventura
Description: The metal sculpture and tile mural depict historical images of the sport and site.
East Los Streetscapers
Founded in 1975, East Los Streetscapers is collabrative Public Art Studio
owned and operated by Wayne Healy.