Metropolitan Water District Special Project
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A Brief History of the Mural
This mural was produced with the assistance of 15 High School art students from Woodrow Wilson High School. The length of the mural is 256 feet and is 8 feet high. It surrounded the construction site of the Metropolitan Water District new building project for 1.5 years. The mural could be seen from the Union Station parking lot and Alameda St. in downtown Los Angeles. The panels are now in storage and will be installed at a water power plant visitor's center at a future date to be determined.
An interesting note: The art students posed for the last six set of panels and painted themselves.
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