ELISEO ART SILVA

~Mural Plates (15)~

1. “Beyond the Water of Dreams”, Main panel: 27’ x 7’, six medallion murals: 4’x4’ each, and one medallion mural outside: 6’ x 6’, acrylic on concrete and stucco, Normandie Village Apartments sponsored by O.N.E. (Opportunities for Neighborhood Empowerment) Company and Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.
* Award of Design Excellence given by the Urban Land Institute (ULI),

Washington, D.C. 1999

1a. “Beyond the Water of Dreams”, 6’ x 6’ medallion mural

2.“The Price of Freedom: Tribute to U.S. Veterans of all the Wars of the 20th

Century”, Lompoc Mural Society, Lompoc, CA. 100’ x 30’, 2000

2a.“The Price of Freedom: Tribute to U.S. Veterans of all the Wars of the 20th Century”, Lompoc Mural Society, Lompoc, CA. 100’ x 30’, 2000

2b.“The Price of Freedom: Tribute to U.S. Veterans of all the Wars of the 20th Century”, Lompoc Mural Society, Lompoc, CA. 100’ x 30’, 2000

2c.“The Price of Freedom: Tribute to U.S. Veterans of all the Wars of the 20th Century”, Lompoc Mural Society, Lompoc, CA. 100’ x 30’, 2000

3. “Can You Read the Secrets of History in My Face?

3a. “Can You Read the Secrets of History in My Face?” (8’ x 9’) acrylic on canvas, The Carlos Bulosan Memorial Museum, Eastern Hotel, Sponsored by Inter*Im Community Development Association, Northwest Labor and Employment Law Office, and the City of Seattle, International District, Seattle,

WA. 1999

3b. “Can You Read the Secrets of History in My Face?

4. “La Sierra Passages: Gateway to Riverside” (7,000 square feet total: n/b lane and s/b lanes: 18’ x 150’) acrylic and Keim Granital paint, 91 freeway underpass at Pierce St., sponsored by the City of Riverside, Riverside, CA. 2004 *Award of Design Excellence, Recognized by the State of California Assembly and the Riverside Chamber of Commerce.

4b. “La Sierra Passages: Gateway to Riverside”

5. “Guardian of an Eden Regained” (120’ x 18’) acrylic, 2114 N 6th St., Sponsored by Glaxo SmithKline and Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, Philadelphia, PA. 2003

6. “tree of life” (35’ x 70’), Acrylic, Mosaic tile, Glass, 4300

Germantown

Avenue, Nicetown Park, Philadelphia, PA. 2007

6b. “Sharing our collective stories: forging our common futures” (35’ x 45’), Acrylic, Mosaic tile, Glass, 4300 Germantown Avenue, Nicetown Park, Philadelphia, PA. 2007

7. “a shenere un besere velt: Towards a More Beautiful and Better World”

(70’ x 20’) acrylic on stucco, sponsored by Workmen!s Circle/ Arbeter Ring, Los Angeles, CA ,1998

7a. “a shenere un besere velt: Towards a More Beautiful and Better World”

8. “Heavenly Thoughts”(35’x 30’) acrylic, Girls and Boys Town, sponsored by

the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program. 2003

9.“Coming to America and Making It Better”(57’ x 31’) acrylic, Gilbert Spruance Elementary School, NE Philly, sponsored by the School District of Philadelphia and MAP. 2005

(ART EDUCATION MURAL, 1 semester 4 unit class) 10. “Journey Into the Heart of America: The Asian Pacific American Experience”(20’ x 8’) Acrylic on MDO sheets, The APISC Student Center, sponsored
by California State University, Pomona, CA, 1998

10a. “Journey Into the Heart of America: The Asian Pacific American Experience”(20’ x 8’) Acrylic on MDO sheets, The APISC Student Center, sponsored
by California State University, Pomona, CA, 1998

(ART EDUCATION MURAL, 1 semester 4 unit class) 11. “Manifest Diversity” Watercolor Study. Final mural: 8” x 35’ MDO sheets. Sponsored by Cal State University Dominguez Hills, Multicultural Center, in celebration of CSUDH’s 50th Anniversary through a 4 units- semester long class with 15 college students: Chicano/a Studies: CHS 396S Spring Semester 2010. (ART EDUCATION MURAL, 1 semester 4 unit class)

11a. “Manifest Diversity” Final mural: 8” x 35’ MDO sheets. Sponsored by Cal State University Dominguez Hills, Multicultural Center, in celebration of CSUDH’s 50th Anniversary through a 4 units- semester long class with 15 college students: Chicano/a Studies: CHS 396S Spring Semester 2010.

11b. “Manifest Diversity” (detail) Final mural: 8” x 35’ MDO sheets.

11c. “Manifest Diversity” (detail) Final mural: 8” x 35’ MDO sheets.

12. "Roots and Wings" (42' x 22'), Acrylic and Mosaic materials, redesign and restoration sponsored by the City of Carson Fine Arts and Historical Commission, Carson, CA.

13. “The Apotheosis of Youth”(8’ x 20’) acrylic on allumalite, Clyde Sacks Visual Arts Center, Hershey, PA. Sponsored by The Milton Hershey School and MAP.

14. “OUT OF MANY, WE ARE ONE: The Juan J. Soria Memorial”, (7’ x 74’) Acrylic, Relief Sculpture and Mosaic, Sponsored by Juan L. Soria Elementary School, Oxnard, CA. 2009

14a. “OUT OF MANY, WE ARE ONE: The Juan J. Soria Memorial”

14b-c. “OUT OF MANY, WE ARE ONE: The Juan J. Soria Memorial”

14a1. "Choose Respect" (8 days paint-by number mural) Acrylic, Sitka, Alaska. Sponsored by Artchange, Inc. Painted by over 200 community members.

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14a2. "Choose Respect" (8 days paint-by number mural) Acrylic, Sitka, Alaska. Sponsored by Artchange, Inc. Painted by over 200 community members.

15. "Filipino Americans: A Glorious History, A Golden Legacy" Acrylic, 1660 Beverly Blvd., Historic Filipinotown, LA, CA. Sponsored by the Social and

Public Art Resource Center (SPARC) and co- sponsored by Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA). *Recognized by the City of Los Angeles Board of Cultural Affairs Commissioners with the Award of Design Excellence in 2007.

15a. "Filipino Americans: A Glorious History, A Golden Legacy"

~ELISEO ART SILVA STUDIO ART~

“Jose Rizal with Self Portrait” Mixed Media on Paper

“Filipinos Tell Tall Tales” Oil on Canvas, 4’ x 8’

2000

2005

“Fishers of Men,” Oil on Canvas, 4’ x 6’, 2000

“Girl With Camera” Mixed Media on Canvas, 4” x 7”, 2005

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