Reseda is becoming a destination spot in the Valley for public art!
Murals by renowned muralist, Levi Ponce
Great Street CD3 Utility Box Project
The Great Street CD3 Utility Box Project gives Reseda artists and stakeholders the opportunity to design and paint the utility boxes at traffic lights along Sherman Way, one of the Mayor’s “Great Streets” (between Wilbur and Lindley). This is a project between the Reseda Renaissance, Reseda Neighborhood Council, Reseda Rising (Councilman Blumenfield’s initiative to improve Reseda), and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation.
(Left) Keith Haring inspired hearts painted by Kristal McGee, Jona Jones, Ken Erbeznik, Chloe Cumbow, Spike Dolomite, and people walking down the street – Lindley and Sherman Way. (Center) Painted by Amilcar Canas – Canby and Sherman Way (Right) Painted by Spike Dolomite – Amigo and Sherman Way
(Left) Painted by Girl Scout Troop 1818 and kids from CD3 (in front of Jons Market). (Center) Painted by art students at Magnolia Science Academy on the southwest corner of Etiwanda and Sherman Way. (Right) Painted by Chloe Cumbow – Darby and Sherman Way
Take a public art walking tour on Reseda’s Great Street!
Check out the painted utility boxes, murals, and old movie locations on Sherman Way:
Yarn Bombs by Julie Kornblum
The Reseda Wish Tree, January 2015
Before I die board, compliments of 11:11 A Creative Collective
Murals by Elizabeth Criss at Lokrantz School