Hacienda Heights Community Center and Park

Circles of a Ripple by James Dinh, the crescent shaped earthwork for the Hacienda Heights Community Center, was inspired by the topography of Hacienda Heights. Created in the land art tradition, the large-scale artwork utilizes natural materials such as soil, rock and plants. Three curving concrete benches encircle three California Native Sycamores and incorporate 42 porcelain enamel panels featuring historical photos and documents to create a visual timeline of the Hacienda Heights community from its agricultural heritage to the present day.

A project of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission Civic Art Program

Hacienda Heights, CA