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Friday, April 3, 2009

MURALS AT LAKE BALBOA GASOLINE STATION

If you have a digital camera, take it along with you and send your images in jpg format to The Museum of the San Fernando Valley. Give us permission, and we might use them on this blog and our approaching website.
(I can't find the names of the mural painters featured in this posting but will add them as "comments" soon.)
The San Fernando Valley, in the heart of the Creative Capital of the World, deserves a great Museum of history and culture.

Lady Bug (detail) Murals at Victory Boulevard Gasoline Station - Lake Balboa 2009 - photo by Gerald Fecht for the Archives of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley (click on image to enlarge)
Crested Crane - (detail) Murals at Victory Boulevard Gasoline Station - Lake Balboa 2009 - photo by Gerald Fecht for the Archives of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley (click on image to enlarge)
Caterpillar (detail) Murals at Victory Boulevard Gasoline Station - Lake Balboa 2009 - photo by Gerald Fecht for the Archives of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley (click on image to enlarge)
Butterfly (detail) Murals at Victory Boulevard Gasoline Station - Lake Balboa 2009 - photo by Gerald Fecht for the Archives of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley (click on image to enlarge)
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3 comments:

Rosemary West said...

These are beautiful photos. I hadn't noticed these murals before, but I will be looking for them the next time I am in that area.

Marian Fortunati said...

Now I'm going to have to drive by to see them... I never noticed them before.

Gerald... Starting on April 18th an art gallery in San Fernando (La Galeria Gitana) is having a show celebrating "Fringes: The Canyons and Hillsides of the San Fernando Valley. You may be interested in attending.

Gerald R. Fecht said...

You are welcomed to submit photographs of the greater San Fernando Valley to this blog.
The Museum of the San Fernando Valley belongs to us all.
Photos should be sent via jpg format, along with a note of permission to publish them / and, the name of the photographer.
Jerry