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Utility Box Mural brochure
10. untitled – surrealist images
of nature in Northern California
Artist, Kalief Brown, created this
surrealistic painting inspired by
p l a n t s ,
animals and
s c e n e r y
native
to
Northern
California.
The
mural
i n c l u d es
images of the
San
Bruno
Mountains,
the California
Poppy
and
the red wing
blackbird.
11. Tree of Life
Designed by artist, Helen Cole Lew, in
collaboration with members from the Kids
& Art Foundation. The image is of an
elegant tree that stands in a field with
outstretched branches and the sun shining
in the background. Each inspiring and
whimsical, heartshaped flower was
created by the
children,
and
subsequently
painted onto the
tree by the artist.
The artist's vision
is that "The rising
sun offers hope
with each new day.
City of South
San Francisco
Hope for a cure.
Hope
to
end
childhood cancer."
FOR INFORMATION
CITY OF SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO
Parks & Recreation Department
Cultural Arts Commission
33 Arroyo Drive
WEB: http://www.ssf.net/385/Cultural-Arts
PH: (650) 829-3800
EM: [email protected]
5. Flower Bush (on the cover)
A brilliant bouquet of multicolored flowers
by Thai artist, Pichai Pongsasaovapark,
designer and photographer who uses
acrylics and mixed media to create
complex, textured abstract work.
CULTURAL ARTS COMMISSION
Public Art Program
❶ Beauty of the Sea
Jessica Chavez
Oyster Point Blvd & Airport Blvd.
6
❷ Artwork for All Seasons
11
5
Justin Yuen
1
9
Grand Avenue & Airport Blvd
❸ untitled-images of pinwheels
Tina Long
Westborough Avenue & Galway Dr.
7
❹ Speak, See, Hear No Evil
Jessica Madrid
Linden & Baden Avenue
10
❺ Flower Bush
2
Pichai Pongsasaovapark
Camaritas & Hickey Blvd
4
❻ Patterns
Jenny Balisle
8
Sister Cities & Hillside Extension
❼ Squirrel in the Tree,
Ladybugs at Work
Darleen Hoffman
Airport and Butler Avenue
❽
Paradise in South San Francisco
The ARC/ArtReach Studios
Airport Blvd & Baden Avenue
3
❾ Jenny & Rob
The ARC/ArtReach Studios
Hilton Avenue & Hickey Blvd
❿ untitled-surrealist images of
nature in Northern California
HISTORY
Kalief Brown
Chestnut Ave & Mission Road
In 2012, city leaders saw a need for a community based art project to deter the
problem of unsightly graffiti and drab utility boxes.
⓫ Tree of Life
The Utility Box Mural Project was launched under the direction of the Cultural
Arts Commission, and with Parks & Recreation Department staff overseeing the
administration. Kelly-Moore Paints of South San Francisco generously donated
paints and supplies in support of the project.
ant to know more about the
utility box murals! Visit our
online interactive map at
http://parksmap.ssf.net/
Helen Cole Lew /Kids & Art Foundation
Sister Cities Blvd. & South San Francisco Dr.
W

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