Founded in 1975, East Los Streetscapers is collabrative Public Art Studio
owned and operated by Wayne Healy.
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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.
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 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.
Location: DMV, Culver City. Funded by the State of California for $20,000.
Description: On The Road
To Energy Efficiency