Spring Is Here, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 48 inches

The Sentinel, acrylic on canvas, 24 x 48 inches

The Watchers, 16 x 36 inches, acrylic on canvas

Roy's Place, Amboy CA, 18 x 24 inches, oil on canvas

Living The California Dream, 18 x 36", acrylic on canvas

Squid Boat Terminal Island, 12 x 30", acrylic on canvas

Whittier History Lesson

This trompe l’oeil mural was painted on this wall as part of a new shopping center in Whittier, CA. The mural is on the corner of a brand new Orchard Supply Hardware building on the corner of the main street, Whittier Boulevard, and a side street. The wall was built specifically to hold the mural.

Korean War Veterans Mural

This mural to honor veterans of the Korean War in the Northern California town of Manteca was painted by Art on fabric sections in his studio. These sections were then installed on a large panel constructed on the exterior wall of a building in Manteca.

Temple City On Parade

This Mural-In-A-Weekend project in Temple City, CA was painted to commemorate their yearly Camellia Festival and parade as well as important people and occurrences in Temple City's history. Temple City was established by Walter Temple in 1923 and is now a thriving and beautiful small city in the San Gabriel Valley in Los Angeles County.

Balboa Sailing Mural

This mural is a striking illusion of a hole in the wall of this building in downtown Balboa Village, and through the hole passersby can see a view of Newport Harbor on a beautiful day, with sailboats out in the channel heading for the open ocean. Ba;boa Village is on the peninsula that forms the Newport Harbor and is a beautiful beach town with many attractions for visitors and residents alike.

Cougar Park Mural

This mural is in a brand new park, called Cougar Park, in Covina, CA. Covina was once a major citrus growing area, and at one point in the early part of the the 20th century there were about 25,000 acres of citrus being grown in the Covina area. During that period there was a brand of oranges from Covina called Cougar Brand Oranges, from which the park takes its name.

Desert Illusion Mural

This mural is in the back yard of a private residence in Twentynine Palms, CA. The mural is painted on the side of the brightly painted guest house and faces an expanding desert garden and views of the hills and mountains of Joshua Tree National Park.

Dodger Stadium Murals

Art and his crew of painters were hired to do a series of murals and directionals at the newly renovated Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles before Opening Day of the 2013 season. Here are photos of a few of the pieces they did.

Downtown Law Firm

I recently completed four large canvases for a law firm in downtown Los Angeles. This firm occupies the entire 42nd floor of a high-rise office building in the heart of downtown L.A. and has spectacular views of the City from its many windows. Their building is visible in some of the paintings. The paintings are installed in their reception area and conference rooms.
Plus, this painting of the 6th Street Bridge was painted around the same time and complements the group.
Click each to see them full size.


Recent Mural Projects

Desert Protection Act

Balboa Pavilion

Keys' Desert Queen Ranch

Vista Avocado Label

Hermosa Beach


Vista Sports Park

Beach Sunset, Winter, 24x84" acrylic on canvas

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