public art

I've had opportunities over the last few years to create works for public spaces. The projects are generally of a scale that requires a team; it is my great joy to be associated with wonderful artists around So. Cal and across the country.

As program director of the arts non-profit Piece by Piece, I've collaborated with this fantastic group on a growing number of signifigant projects. My good friend mosaicist Luz Mack-Durini has partnered with me on many jobs.

Eagle Rock anti-trash art

"Not Trash" - Eagle Rock, CA

Sidewalk trash-can panels beautification project sponsored by TERA. Fellow mosaicist Luz Mack-Durini & I each created four 19.5” x 26.5” panels.

IVC Mural

"Entangled Bank" - Irvine, CA

This Piece by Piece 5-part mural was created by our many talented participants, instructors and volunteers. It graces the lobby of Irvine Valley College's Life Science building, completed March 2014.

IVC Life Science Planters

"That's Life" - Irvine, CA

Nine planters with life sciences theme, for the new building at Irvine Valley College.

Mosaic Walkway

Walkway - Pacific Palisades, CA

“Stephanie’s Garden” at St. Matthews Parish School. Luz and I created these ten 18” x 30” concrete pavers for the kinder walkway to a greenhouse. Five native butterfly species are featured in LithoMosaic.

Brea Medallion

City Hall Park - Brea, CA

6' medallion in sidewalk; inspired by activities in the park. Images of roses, a swimmer, the museum, and playful musical notes (for concerts). We used the patented LithoMosaic process.

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