Large scale public art that transforms entire communities.
“LOVE BEYOND BOARDERS”
PUBLIC ART PROJECT
GEORGE WASHINGTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
City of Long Beach - 1st District, 2019
“Love Beyond Borders” celebrates diversity, inclusion, and our cultural heritage of immigration. Public Art Project involving student & community volunteers to help paint this massive mural spanning the main campus building on 15th St & Pacific Ave. Project partnership with the City of Long Beach, Arts Council for Long Beach, State Sen. Lena Gonzalez, Los Angeles Unified School District, Habitat for Humanity, Southern California Edison, & Dunn Edwards Paints. Mural involved community painting days, with over 100 volunteers of all ages involved. 1 wall, 30,000 sq feet.
LOREN MILLER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - ENTRANCE MURALS
Los Angeles Unified School District - LAUSD, 2019-2020
Main Entrance Mural Collection highlighting the Pillars of Education, Dolphin Mascot, Word Art of Encouragement, and Star Students. 8 wall panels spanning 35,000 sq feet.
95TH STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL - INTERACTIVE PLAYGROUND MURALS
Los Angeles Unified School District - LAUSD, 2020
Playground Handball Courts and Hallway Mural Collection showcasing School Spirit, Tiger Mascot, and Interactive Handball Game Walls. Four Handball Court murals brighten the public facing playground; two outward displaying school logo & mascot, and two featuring realistic jungle scenes where each animal has points, making an interactive game with mental math skill building. 5 wall panels, totaling 7,000 sq feet.
710 FWY & 7TH STREET PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE MURAL - EDISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
City of Long Beach - 1st District, 2016
This mural features vividly colored poppies, hummingbirds and dragon flies with mosaic wings splash across the walking bridge for Edison Elementary School and public over the 7th Street entrance of the 710 Freeway. The design is intended to brighten the scene for pedestrians crossing safely, the neighbors and the commuters as they depart our great city of Long Beach. Project Partnership with City of Long Beach - 1st District, Arts Council for Long Beach, Willmore Heritage Association, Anderson Paint & Hardware.