On the 101 North, artist William F. Herron III is digging up artist John Wehrle’s 1984 mural, “Galileo, Jupiter, Apollo”.
The City Council voted Wednesday to once again allow murals on private property in Los Angeles, lifting a decade-long prohibition on paintings displayed on privately owned buildings.
A group of UCLA students say an important part of the black experience on campus has been hidden for two decades and now they’re trying to do something about it.
A colorful paint job has some Santa Monica residents seeing red. They’re upset about a new mural that covers the front of a vacant four-story house.
Caltrans unveiled four murals along the 101 freeway Monday that it hopes will be vandal resistant.