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Far off Summer

Far off Summer Carol Miller Bronze Art in the Business District Canon Drive Los Angeles native, Carol Miller lived in Mexico/. For the past four decades, she has created sculptress with over two-hundred individual and group shows. 301 N Canonhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=32
The Swan

The Swan Jack Zajac Marble Art in the Business District Wells Fargo Bank Over more than fifty years, Jack Zajac has created a diverse body of sculptural work. His subjects have ranged from animal skulls to flowing water--disparate images unitedhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=24
John Wayne

John Wayne Harry Jackson Bronze Created for the Great Western Financial Corporation The equestrian stands on a base embellished with reliefs of longhorns stampeding and a range burial - two themes that have preoccupied Mr. Jackson as painterhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=62
Texas Fountain

Texas Fountain Jesus Bautista Morales Granite Art in the Business District An internationally known sculptor, Morales creates beautifully chiseled granite sculptures that are abstract in form. A trademark of his work is his contrast of highlyhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=23

Home Charles Arnoldi Cast Bronze Public Art Fund Purchase Charles Arnoldi, a nationally renowned painter and sculptor based in Los Angeles, has been described as an artist who continues to "draw in space" to create his unique assemblage workshttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=2
Endless V

is in the form of a seated human being and is created by fusing together letters from 8 different languages, including English, Spanish and Hebrew. North Santa Monica Boulevard and North Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, USAhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=86

is a virtual jigsaw puzzle of simple shapes layered around each other in a mountain of forms in Liberman's trademark orange. Funded by City of Beverly Hills Public Art Fund and Dr. Murray Pepper, he created Sisyphus in honor of Mayor Vicki Reynolds Pepper.http://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=1
Flight to Infinity

The sculpture is a portrayal of a young dancer, woman trying to emanate the feeling of flying through dance. The Sculpture Flight to Infinity was created for and dedicated at the opening of the Beverly Hills Peninsula Hotel in 1999. 9882 Santa Monica Blvdhttp://www.beverlyhills.org/pg/places/?PLACEID=22