Toy Car Pile Up is a large totem-like sculpture that stands on the sidewalk rendering a stack of five piled up cars by artist Tom Barter.
Lithomosaic designs were installed in the downtown Long Beach Transit Mall at eight stations spanning three blocks on both sides of the street in 2010 by artist Robin Brailsford. The LithoMosaic technique involves creating a large-scale design and blowing it up to full size. Next, a piece of plastic is placed over the design, with […]
Born in Tehran, ZYNB first began painting in the streets in 2010. Her work is dedicated to rethinking notions of social power by advancing the narratives of diverse communities whose stories and needs have historically been marginalized. Recognizing that public art is one of the most demogractic and accessible forms of art, her work explores […]
Passing time is a two-part installation by artist Kerry Zarders and features intricate mosaic tile-work at a bus stop located on the northeast corner of First and Linden. The tile-work lines the entire bench and also on the surface of a column which holds up the awning which provides shade for bus-riders. The tile-work comprises […]
Long Beach Transit wanted to mark a ‘visible place or space’ (a transit node) at a key intersection in downtown Long Beach to indicate where a confluence of transit modalities come together: train, cab, city bus, car (parking) and tour bus. In addition, the project needed to create a ‘gateway’ into Long Beach’s commercial district […]
The imagery of this piece is intended to abstractly reference both the notion of infinity ( symbol: ∞ ) and the phyiscality of magnetism.
Long Beach local artist Jose Loza painted this utility box located on the corner of Long Beach blvd and 10th st. The box painting reflects our bike friendly city as a main vehicle of transportation for many locals.
Renowned Long Beach local artist Jose Loza painted ‘Pacific Electric’ a utility box located on the corner of Pacific Ave and Ocean Blvd. The painting references a major historical train line that was active from 1902 and lasted until 1961. The train traveled from Long Beach to Los Angeles and was a major urban railway […]
The Colorado Lagoon Wetland and Marine Science Center has a mural that wraps around the entire building measuring 110 linear feet. It depicts over 30 types of flora and fauna. Each were painted with correct reference to size and color. Project sponsored by the friends of the Colorado Lagoon, Partners of Parks, City of Long […]
Roberto Delgado, best known for his public art murals, lives and works in Los Angeles. He holds an MFA from UCLA and is the recipient of two Fulbright fellowships, a Ford Foundation fellowship, and a grant from the Brody Arts Foundation. He has created murals at sites across Southern California and in Atlanta, Cleveland, Minneapolis-St. […]
2 panels in existence.
9 panels in existence. Relocated from the Lincoln Park branch of the library. 5 of the original 14 panels were damaged when that library caught fire.