Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles

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MCLA maintains a FREE database of Los Angeles' Mural History linking artists, murals and neighborhoods. The foundation of this database was shaped by Robin Dunitz' book "Street Gallery", the first true compilation of Los Angeles public murals. The MCLA website allows submissions of murals created recently in Los Angeles, forming an ever growing archive joining the historic with the new.

To email your submissions, please send high resolution digital images along with the name of artist(s), location, year size and medium to: murals@muralconservancy.org

Three children meeting a friendly assortment of wild animals. The painting illustrates a story written by the artist. Photo: © Robin Dunitz
Long Beach
Comissioned by Community Youth Gang Services assistants: East L.A. 13, Tiny Dukes, White Owls Photo: © Robin Dunitz
East LA
Evan Skrederstu, ZES, Jose A. Lopez & Christopher Brand. Photo © Isabel Rojas-Williams.
Downtown LA
UGLAR with Zes MSK and Push MSK. This mural was part of the L.A. Free Walls project at LALA Gallery, but was buffed in early May 2012. Photo © Isabel Rojas-Williams (first two) | Photo © Ian Robertson-Salt
Downtown LA
This mural was a collaboration between El Mac, Kofie and Nuke.  El Mac painted the portrait of a Navajo Weaver who has been weaving her entire life. The lower left portion was painted by Nuke who honors the indigenous...
Downtown LA
Painted on the exterior wall of a mercado or marketplace, this mural depicted the natural bounty of the San Fernando Valley before it was settled with tract homes. It was also representative of the products that were...
San Fernando Valley
Two nudes dancing in a jungle setting. Repainted without artist's permission. Photo: © Robin Dunitz
Ramona Gardens
This "was painted on the front of the MeChicano Art Center. It was inspired by "Los Tres", three community activists that were vocal about stopping drugs in the barrios. They were arrested for their activities by the...
East LA
Artists: Willie Herron III and Alfonso Trejo Jr. Positive and negative aspects of science and technology.Herrón and Trejo’s 1976 "Advancements of Man" is a reminder of Orozco’s 1932 “Gods of the Modern World.” Herrón...
East LA
A father cradles a new born baby. Around him are eight hands holding symbols of the possible future careers awaiting the child. Artists: Supervisor, Elliot Pinkney, assisted by Mario Ortiz, Joaquin Galicia, San Juana...
South Central LA

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