Restored by MCLA in 2013. Photo © Ian Robertson-Salt
The broad strokes found in this tribute to L.A.'s car culture were accomplished by the artist's use of a broom instead of a brush. Restored by MCLA in 2013, sponsored in part by Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA). Photo © Ian Robertson-Salt
Painted by John Zender Estrada. This mural was originally funded by the Los Angeles Conservation Corp and theCommunity of the Housing authorities of Fourth St. This mural is a celebration of the excellenceof the Mujer Latina, (Latin women). Text courtest of John Zender Estrada. MCLA restoration 2013. Photo © Ian Robertson-Salt.
Painted by John Zender Estrada. "This mural was originally funded by the Los Angeles Conservation Corp and the Cesar Chavez Foundation. The intent of the mural was to educate the community of the cultural significance of Cesar Chavez, this was after the name change of Brooklyn to Cesar Chavez." - Zender. Two Panels. MCLA restoration 2013. Photo © Ian Robertson-Salt.
Painted in 2000 by the community, lead by Raul Gozalez and Joseph Montalvo. Sponsored by: Los Angeles Indigenous Peoples Alliance and Mictlan Murals. Restored in 2013 by MCLA. Photo © Ian Robertson-Salt.
Painted by Ruben Soto. On the east facing wall are portraits of the pastor of Angelus Temple (located just down the street) and muralist Kent Twitchell, as well as a self portrait of the artist. Across the street are portraits of the wife of the pastor and the daughter of Ruben Soto. Across from Kent Twitchells portrait is his son, Art Twitchell. This has been an ongoing project that was last added to in 2013. Restored by MCLA in 1997. Photo © Ian Robertson-Salt