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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 […]

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Go for Broke Monument Restoration

The restoration effort re-fabricated and re-installed deteriorated World War II badges in porcelain enamel steel, a highly durable long-term material. A project of the Go For Broke National Education Center Los Angeles, 2009

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Casa Heiwa Gateway Artwork Restoration

The artwork restoration project included replacing deteriorated aluminum panels with porcelain enamel steel to restore the mixed media sculptural piece by artist Nancy Uyemura and revitalize the entrance to the Casa Heiwa Community Housing Facility. A project of the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles, Little Tokyo Redevelopment Project Area, Downtown Region […]

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Metro Orange Line Public Artworks

Public Artworks included terrazzo pavings, enamel panels, terrazzo benches, and landscape art installations. Additional design collaborations included station paint colors and materials, customer amenities, signage, and a construction banner. Artists: Renée Petropoulos, Jud Fine, Caryl Davis, Phung Huynh, Laura London, Daniel Marlos, Roxene Rockwell, Michele Martínez, John Roloff, John O’Brien, Jody Zellen, Sandow Birk, Pat […]

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