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Finding Aid: Save Outdoor Sculptures! (SOS!) Files: Los Angeles and Neighboring Counties: Sculptors/Artists A-F

Inventory of outdoor sculptures in the Los Angeles and neighboring counties in Southern California

Sculptor/Artist last name beginning with letters A-F

  • Frank Ackerman, Vietnam Memorial, 1973. Los Angeles County, Civic Center Mall, Court of Flags.
  • Rafe Affleck, Unknown, 1985. Los Angeles County, Between 2355 & 2377 Crenshaw, Torrance. The sculpture sits in the middle of a pool of water.
  • Lita Albuquerque, Celestial Source. Dedicated June 12, 1993. Los Angeles County, Grand Hope Park., Lawrence Halprin, landscape architect. Foundry/Fabricator: Peter Carlsen Enterprises.
  • Lita Albuquerque, Site, Memory, and Reflection. Dedicated July 9, 1992. Kohn/Pederson/Fox+Langdon Wilson architects. Foundry/Fabricator: Peter Carlson Enterprises. Los Angeles County, 550 S. Hope St.
  • Peter Alexander, Puddles, 1994. Technical consultant, Brian Murphy & Associates. Los Angeles County, CitiCorp II, Figueroa at 8th St.
  • Terry Allen (with poet Philip Levine), Corporate Head, 1990. Los Angeles County, CitiCorp Center.
  • Diane Anderson, Tiananmen Square, 1992. San Bernadino County, Redlands City Hall.
  • Franco Assetto, The Big Candy, 1987. Los Angeles County, MacArthur Park.
  • Franco Assetto, Raoul Wallenberg, 1988. Los Angeles County, Fairfax at Beverly.
  • Ignacio Asunsola, Emiliano Zapata, 1980. Los Angeles County Parque de Mexico, Lincoln Park.
  • Andro Avendano, Three Dancing Figures, 1991. Los Angeles County, Erwin St. Pedestrian Mall, Van Nuys.
  • Ayda, J. Jesus Gonzalez Ortega, 1987. Los Angeles County, Lincoln Park/El Parque de Mexico.
  • Martha Oathout Ayres, Sundial. Los Angeles County, 87th Street, Los Angeles.
  • Rick Baker, Silverback Mountain Gorilla, 1987. Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Zoo.
  • Howard Ball, Columbia Mammoths, 1968. Los Angeles County, La Brea Tar Pits.
  • Howard Ball, Sabertooth Cats. Los Angeles County, George C. Page Museum.
  • Bill Barret, LA Family Baroque, 1992. Los Angeles County, One Bunker Hill.
  • Marlo Bartels, Untitled (Benches and Seats), 1991. Los Angeles County, The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Headquarters.
  • Marlo Bartels, Untitled: air vents, columns, mosaic panels, 1994. Los Angeles County, Del Prado Apts.
  • Herbert Bayer, Double Ascension, 1969. Los Angeles County, Atlantic Richfield Plaza.
  • Charles Beauvais, Hello-o-o. How Arrrre You? 1960s. Orange County, 1212 S. Pacific Coast Hwy.
  • Hermann T. Beck, Fighting Sabertooth Cats, 1934. Los Angeles County, Hancock Park/La Brea Tar Pits.
  • Hermann T. Beck, Giant Ground Sloths, 1938. Los Angeles County, Hancock Park/La Brea Tar Pits.
  • Hermann T. Beck, Lions, 1935. Los Angeles County, George C. Page Museum.
  • Hermann T. Beck, Short Faced Bear, 1936. Los Angeles County, Hancock Park/La Brea Tar Pits.
  • Miki Benoff. Anthropomorphic Echoes, 1984. Peter Mayer of Architects and Engineers. Los Angeles County, UCLA Molecular Biology Bldg.
  • Raffael Benozzi, Springtime, 1990. Orange County, Brea City Maintenance Yard.
  • Fletcher Benton, Balanced, Unbalanced Wedge Arc, 1983. Los Angeles County, University of Judaism.
  • Fletcher Benton, Redline C-2000. Orange County, Curtis Theatre Lobby, Brea.
  • Christina Beresford, Diegueno, 1968. Designer: Ron Gregory. The paired rattlesnake design came from a basket in the Justin Farmer Collection, designed by Christina Baresford of Santa Ysabel and is particular to the region. Riverside County, Waring Plaza, Palm Desert.
  • Tony Berlant, Angel, 1990. Carved by Gwynn Murrill. Los Angeles County, Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising.
  • Alberto Biasi, The Immigrants, 1971. Los Angeles County, 1041 N. Broadway.
  • Jonathan Bickart, Colonel Griffith, 1996. Los Angeles County Griffith Park.
  • Ken Bijorge, Mountain Lions, 1993. Riverside County, Living Desert Reserve, Palm Desert.
  • Erwin Binder, The Corazon, 1983. Los Angeles County, 8730 Wilshire Blvd.
  • Erwin Binder, The First Experience, 1984. Dedicated 1990. Los Angeles County, 8641 Wilshire Blvd.
  • Erwin Binder, Isaiah, 1991. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging, Reseda.
  • Thyra Boldsen, The Blessing, 1935. The artist had the sculpture removed and relocated in the 1970s (information unverified). Los Angeles County Exposition Park, Rose Garden.
  • Thyra Boldsen, Lafayette Park fountain and statue, 1941. Los Angeles County Lafayette Park.
  • Thyra Boldsen, Mother with Lyre and Daughter. Los Angeles County, Exposition Park.
  • Thyra Boldsen, Nymph Finding the Flutes of Pan, 1935. The artist had the sculpture removed and relocated in the 1970s (information unverified). Los Angeles County, Exposition Park, Rose Garden.
  • Thyra Boldsen, The Start, 1935. The artist had the sculpture removed and relocated in the 1970s (information unverified). Los Angeles County, Exposition Park, Rose Garden.
  • Thyra Boldsen, Terpsichore or Melody of Life, 1935. The artist had the sculpture removed and relocated in the 1970s (information unverified). Los Angeles County, Exposition Park, Rose Garden.
  • Celou Bonner, Charles Whittingham with His Dog Toby, 1990. Sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Antoine Bonner. Los Angeles County, Santa Anita Race Track.
  • Jonathan Borofsky, Molecule Man, 1991. Foundry/Fabricator: Ron McPherson. Los Angeles County, Edward R. Roybal Federal Bldg.
  • Jonathan Borofsky, Molecule Men, 1983. Los Angeles County, 501 S. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills.
  • Antoine Bourdelle, Crouching Bather, probably in the 1910s. Recast in 1983. Los Angeles County, Fisher Gallery, USC.
  • Antoine Bourdelle, Hercules, 1909. Donated to USC in 1969 by George Cantor. Los Angeles County Fisher Gallery, USC.
  • Michelle Boyer, Flat People Learning Together, 1993. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging.
  • Ben Bronson, Yom Kippur, 1987. Dedicated 1988. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging.
  • Ella Buchanan, Fountain and Plaque I. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Park.
  • Ella Buchanan, Fountain and Plaque II. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Art Park.
  • Beniamino Bufano, Bear Cub, 1953. Dedicated 1964. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Art Park.
  • Pamela Burgess, Central Core Series, No. 10 (Compassion), 1991. Los Angeles County, Los Angeles Mission.
  • Roger Noble Burnham, Aspiration. Dedicated May 6, 1930. Los Angeles County, De Longpre Park.
  • Roger, Noble Burnham, Civilian Conservation Corps Worker. Dedicated 10/1/1935 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Los Angeles County, Lost in a flood in May 1956.
  • Roger Noble Burnham, MacArthur Monument, 1955. Los Angeles County, MacArthur Park.
  • Roger Noble Burnham, Portrait Bust of N.I. Travis, 1934. Los Angeles County, Phineas Banning High School. Existence of sculpture could not be verified.
  • Roger Noble Burnham, Signing of the Constitution. Dedicated 1937. Los Angeles County Municipal Art Gallery.
  • Roger Noble Burnham, The Trojan, 1930. California Art Bronze Foundry of Los Angeles. Los Angeles County, in front of the George Finley Bovard Administration Building, USC.
  • Roger Noble Burnham, United Spanish War Veterans, 1902. Erected in 1950, recreated in 1973. Los Angeles County, Veterans Cemetery.
  • Ettore Cadorin, Father Junipero Serra, 1934. T. F. Power, architect who designed the base. Originally cast in 1930 for installation in Statuary Hall. Foundry/Fabricator either California Art Bronze Foundry or Nelli Foundry. Los Angeles County, Father Serra Park at El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument.
  • Alexander Calder, Four Arches, 1973. Los Angeles County, 333 S. Hope St.
  • Larry Callahan, Untitled, 1966-1967. Los Angeles County, UCLA Sunset Canyon Recreation Center. Sculpture has been torn down.
  • Anthony Card, Tub Figure or The Bather, 1987. Dedicated 1991. Los Angeles County, University of Judaism.
  • Joan Carl, Quintessence, 1989. Cast in 1990. Foundry/Fabricator: American Fine Arts Foundry, Burbank. Orange County, 875 N. Brea Blvd., Brea.
  • Joan Carl, Caring, ca 1985. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging, Reseda..
  • Joan Carl, Jerusalem, 1986. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging, Reseda.
  • Arlene Cartozian, The Die is Cast, dedicated 1986. Los Angeles County, 14528 Garfield Ave., Paramount.
  • Arlene Cartozian, Sustenance, 1985. Los Angeles County, Orange Ave. & Marshall Way, Paramount.
  • Aldo Casanova, Jungture, 1981. Los Angeles County, University of Judaism.
  • Noval Casteel, Persephone, 1978. Dedicated 1983. Santa Barbara County, Lompoc City Hall.
  • Joseph Castle III, Mother and Child, 1992. San Bernadino County, Between Public Library and Lincoln Shrine, Redlands.
  • Wah Chang, Dennis the Menace, 1987. Foundry/Fabricator: Larry Fisher, Monterrey Sculpture Center. Monterey County, El Estro Park, Monterey.
  • Dee Clements, Passing it Along, 1993. Riverside County, Joslyn Cove Communities Senior Center, Palm Desert.
  • Copacatti, Wild Stallions, 1979. Dedicated 1990. Riverside County College of the Desert, Palm Desert.
  • Francisco Cornejo, Mayan Theater, 1927. Architects: Morgan, Walls, and Clements. Los Angeles County, 1040 S. Hill Street. Cast concrete sculptured facade.
  • Wade Hazelton Cornell, Lotus Sculpture, 1974. Los Angeles County, whereabouts unknown.
  • Frederico Coullaut-Valera, Carlos III, 1976. Dedicated 1977. Foundry/Fabricator: Godina Hermanos, Madrid. Los Angeles County, El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historic Monument.
  • Howard Crane, Unknown, 1927. United Artists Building. Walker and Eisen, Architects. Gladding, McBean Terracotta. Los Angeles County, 933 S. Broadway.
  • Curlet & Beelman, The Elks Building, 1923-24. Los Angeles County, 607 S. Park View St.
  • Simi Dabah, Untitled, 1990. Los Angeles County, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
  • Jasper D’Ambrosi, American Merchant Marine Veterans Memorial or Jacob’s Ladder, 1987. Enlargement of a model by Marc and Michael D’Ambrosi. Foundry/Fabricator: Arizona Bronze. Los Angeles County, In front of Maritime Museum, San Pedro.
  • Michael Davis, Grand Promenade Torches, 1989. Los Angeles County, 255 Grand Ave.
  • Woods Davy, Dover, 1982. Los Angeles County, 455 E. Third Street.
  • Woods Davy, Novato, 1986. Los Angeles County, DMV 14400 Van Nuys Blvd., Arleta.
  • Woods Davy, Nuevo Kiora, 1986. Los Angeles County, USC Fisher Gallery.
  • Woods Davy, Rolling Fork, 1980s. Los Angeles County, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
  • Woods Davy, Verdugo and Covina, 1983, 1985. Los Angeles County, 333 S. Hope St.
  • Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, Biddy Mason: Time and Place, 1989. Dedicated 1991. Foundry/Fabricator: John Hogue Construction. Los Angeles County, Biddy Museum Park.
  • Tony Delap, Floating Lady IV, 1976. Los Angeles County, Los Angeles International Airport.
  • Enrique Miguel Antonio de la Vega, Harold A. Henry, 1970. Los Angeles County, Harold A. Henry Park.
  • Efren de los Rios, El Cura Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, 1938, dedicated September 16, 1982. Los Angeles County, Lincoln Park/El Parque de Mexico.
  • Aristides Demetrios, Primavera, 1971. Los Angeles County, Museum Square Bldg.
  • Jean de Strelecki, Chief White Eagle, 1940. Los Angeles County, Mt. Strella, Agoura.
  • Mary Ann Devine, Canaan, 1994-1995. Los Angeles County, Hillside Memorial Cemetery, Culver City.
  • Mary Ann Devine, Choson un Kallah, 1986. Los Angeles County, Jewish Home for the Aging.
  • Charles Dickson, Symbols of Unity-the Idea of Freedom or Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, 1992. Artist’s assistants: Spencer “Scott”Anderson, Darrell Shay Bush, Gregory Curt Chaney, Douglas Curt Lyons, Anandamayi Whitaker. Edwin Markham Middle School Students: Alexander Aragundi, Gwen Dixon, Karina Jiminez, Hope Moss, Edwin Rodriquez, LaVandoyle Shanel Terrell, George Thomas, Yolanda Zambrano. Foundry/Fabricator: Precision Marble. Los Angeles County, Dr. MLK Shopping Center, Watts.
  • Mark di Suvero, Shoshone, 1981. Los Angeles County, 444 S. Flower St.
  • Guy Dill, Aruru-Goddess of Creation, 1984. Los Angeles County,Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
  • Guy Dill, Dryland II, installed 1992. Ventura County, 4905 Moorpark Road, Santa Rosa Valley.
  • Guy Dill, Japan I, Concrete. Los Angeles County, 631 S. Olive St.
  • Guy Dill, Milwood II. Orange County, Kraemer and Imperial, Brea.
  • Guy Dill, Unknown. Los Angeles County, 222 N. Sepulveda, El Segundo.
  • Guy Dill, Untitled, from the Egalmah series, 1982-1983. Los Angeles County, Skyline Condominiums on Flower Street.
  • Laddie John Dill and Mineo Mizuno, Fountain, 1993. Architect: Lawrence Halprin. Los Angeles County, 5th and Flower Street.
  • Djey el Djey, The Vanquished Race, 1938. Los Angeles County, Thomas Starr King Middle School, Hollywood.
  • Jesus Dominguez, Kaleidoscope, 1971, dedicated 1972. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Art Park.
  • Jesus Dominguez, Composition, 1968. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Art Park. Unclear where it was moved to.
  • Arpad Domjan, Hungarian Freedom Fighters Memorial. 1956. Foundry/Fabricator: Artists Sculptor Foundry, Burbank, CA. Los Angeles County, MacArthur Park.
  • Jorge Dubon, Untitled, 1981. Los Angeles County, Griffith Park, Nursery storage area. Probably de-accessioned.
  • Peter Dudar and Sally Marr, Reina De Los Angeles or La Ciudad de Nuestra Senora la Reina de Los Angeles, 1994. Foundry/Fabricator: West Coast Sculpture Foundry. Los Angeles County, 1320 N. Harper Ave, West Hollywood.
  • Gary Dwyer, Angular Unconformity, 1983. Los Angeles County, Skyline Condominiums, Hope Street.
  • Dan Dykes, Offshoot, 1987. 555 Placentia Ave., Brea.
  • David P. Edstrom, Florence Nightingale, 1937. Los Angeles County, Lincoln Park/El Parque de Mexico.
  • John Ehn, Old Trapper’s Lodge. Commissioned in 1945, dedicated January 1969. Los Angeles County, 6201 Winnetka Ave, Woodland Hills.
  • Eino, Biddy Mason Park Fountain. Los Angeles County, 331 S. Spring Street.
  • David Elder, Corporeal Landscape, 1974. 4804 Hollywood Boulevard, at entrance to Barnsdall Park. De-accessioned.
  • Eliscu, Atom’s for Peace, 1956. Foundry/Fabricator: Modern Art Foundry. Ventura County, Ventura High School.
  • Richard Ellis, Bob Hope/Comedian, copyright 1992 by A.T.A.S. Jan Scott, consulting architect, designed the pedestal. Foundry/Fabricator: West Coast Foundry. Los Angeles County, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, North Hollywood.
  • Richard Ellis, Danny Thomas/Performer, 1993. Jan Scott, consulting architect, designed the pedestal. Foundry/Fabricator: West Coast Foundry. Los Angeles County, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, North Hollywood.
  • Richard Ellis, Gargoyle, 1975. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Art Park.
  • Richard Ellis, Milton Berle/Comedian, copyright 1990 by A. T. A. S. Jan Scott, designed the pedestal. Foundry/Fabricator: West Coast Foundry. Los Angeles County, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
  • Richard Ellis, Rudolph Valentino. Los Angeles County, Delongpre Park.
  • Richard Ellis, Steve Allen, Walter Cronkite, George Burns, and Gracie Allen, 1991. Los Angeles County, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
  • Kosso Eloul, Shalom II, 1966. Los Angeles County Barnsdall Art Park.
  • Cecil Erwin, Monroe Statue, 1923. Los Angeles County (?) whereabouts unknown.
  • Claire Falkenstein, The Forum or Homage to A. Quincy Jones, 1987. Materials provided: George Walker. Executed by: John Wagar. Los Angeles County, California State Dominguez Hills.
  • Claire Falkenstein, St. Basil’s Church, 1969. Los Angeles County, 3611 Wilshire Blvd.
  • Claire Falkenstein, Structure and Flow #2 or Wave, 1965. Los Angeles County, Unknown at present.
  • Claire Falkenstein, Traffic, 1987. Los Angeles County, 3615 Hope St. DMV.
  • Andrea and Aldo Favilli, He Envisioned Dreams That Others Might Share, 1992. Los Angeles County, Shamrock Gateway Bldg., Burbank.
  • Joe Fay, Natural Instincts, 1990. With poet Gary Soto. Los Angeles County, CitiCorp Plaza, Poet’s Walk.
  • Joe Fay, Obelisk, 1992. Los Angeles County, 9333 Wilshire Blvd.
  • Joe Fay, Tracinda Meadow Deer, 1992. Los Angeles County, 9333 Wilshire Boulevard.
  • Renzo Fenci, Mother and Child. Los Angeles County, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
  • William J. Fenger Cornwall. Dove of Peace, Hope, and Life, 1985. Orange County, 1770 Lambert Rd., Brea.
  • Alexander Finta, Louis Kossuth, 1954. Foundry/Fabricator: Roman Bronzes Inc., NYC. Los Angeles County, 600 State Dr. Exposition Park.
  • Jud Fine, Spine, 1993. Carvers: Jeff Kalstrom and Steven Kafer; historian/writer: Harry Reese; landscape architect: Lawrence Halprin; foundry/fabricator: Jeff Sanders. Los Angeles County, Central Library West Lawn.
  • R.M. Fisher, Entry Arch, 1986. Los Angeles County, MacArthur Park.
  • Billy Fitzgerald, The Bruin, 1984. Foundry/Fabricator: Shidone Foundry. Los Angeles County, Bruin Walk, UCLA.
  • Billy Fitzgerald, Giant Anteater, 1987. Orange County, UC-Irvine.
  • Gene Flores, Temple II, installed 1979, 1986 entered permanently into the collection. Los Angeles County, Barnsdall Park.
  • Arnold Foerster, Beethoven, 1932. Los Angeles County, Pershing Square. 5th and Grand.
  • Arnold Foerster, Marquis de Lafayette, 1937. Los Angeles County, Lafayette Park.
  • A. Frilli Firenze, Three Graces. Gifted to the city in 1966 by Getrude Orcutt Mann. Los Angeles County Orcutt Ranch Park.
  • Harriet Frishmuth, The Vine, 1923. Foundry/Fabricator: Gorham Co. Founders. Los Angeles County, UCLA Architecture Patio.
  • Mary Fuller, Stone Beasties, 1990. Los Angeles County, Ronald Reagan State Office Bldg. Whereabouts unknown.