Actor Edward James Olmos joined city officials Wednesday to announce a $150,000 restoration effort for a landmark 70-foot mural featuring Oscar-winning actor Anthony Quinn that towers over downtown Los Angeles.
An art project aimed at revitalizing neglected buildings through colorful murals has made its way to the Crenshaw District.
The artist recently painted and donated the mural which usually starts at about $10,000.
A mural that spans 125 by 150 feet across the side of a historic building in Downtown L.A. will be painted over despite efforts by Mayor Eric Garcetti to intervene.
The 125-by-150-foot artwork on the side of a historic building, which serves as the cover art for the group’s new “Supermodel” album, was scheduled to be painted over Monday, six months after its unveiling.
Victor Henderson claims he helped to create the “Brooks Avenue Painting” on the building at Brooks and Pacific avenues in 1969, and was not consulted before its destruction.
Students at a Burbank middle school Thursday were helping finish up the largest mural in the Burbank Unified School District.
After a little nip here and a tuck there, “Mural,” Jackson Pollock’s brilliant, larger-than-life painting, is once again ready for its close-up.
Police say the mural could be worth $200,000 to $1.1 million.
Local artist Gayle Gale is working with students at Hancock Park Elementary on a giant mural of hand-painted tiles she hopes will unite and inspire.
A mural created by two high-profile artists was unveiled in Watts on Saturday.
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.