Public Art Installations: West Coast USA
Gintong Kasaysayan, Gintong Pamana
(Filipino Americans: A Glorious History, A Golden Legacy) 150' x 30' The First Memorial Honoring the Filipino American Farmworkers and the largest Filipino-themed mural in the United States. Unidad Park, Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles, CA.
Hearts of America (1997)
75' x 7', Acrylic, Immanuel Presbyterian Church, The HeART Project, Koreatown, LA, CA
Heart of Asian America (1998)
Towards the Heart of America: The API Experience, Arylic on panels, 8' x 24', APISC Student Center, California State Polytechic University, Pomona, CA
Ipagdiwang ang SIPA! (1997)
(Celebrate SIPA!) Acrylic on Canvas, 2' x 4', Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) Silver Anniversary Mural. SIPA Main Lobby, Temple St., Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles.
Mabuhay: The Philippines (1997)
Submitted design proposal for the PH entry to the 1997 Rose Parade in Pasadena, CA. Float won the International Trophy.
Welcome To Our Celebration! (1998)
Submitted design proposal for the PH entry to the 1998 Rose Parade in Pasadena, CA. Both the 1997 and 1998 PH Floats where created to kick-off the year-long celebration of the Philippine Centennial on June 12,1998. Float won the International Trophy.
A Better World (1998)
"a shenere un besere velt: Towards a More Beautiful and Better World", 80' x 18', Acrylic, Workmen's Circle SoCAL Headquarters, Robertson Blvd. (corner Horner St.), Los Angeles, CA. A compact, colorful history of the Jewish struggle for freedom and justice and the role immigrants played in the larger story of humanity from "The Exodus out of Egypt" until modern times.
River of Dreams (1999)
Acrylic and Mosaic Materials, 7' x 70', Normandie Village Apartments, Little Armenia, CA
Secrets of History (1999)
Can You Read the Secrets of History in My Face?: The Carlos Bulosan Memorial, 9' x 8', Acrylic on Canvas, Eastern Hotel, International District, WA
The Price of Freedom (2000)
20th Century US Veterans War Memorial, Acrylic, 30' x 100', (Near Vandenburg Air Base-where US Missiles directed towrds the Pacific Rim is sited), H Street, Lompoc, CA.
Manifest Diversity (2010)
8' x 35', Acrylic, Sawdust/glue relief sculpture, Mosaic materials on MDO Boards, 50th Anniversary of CSUDH Mural, Loker Student Union, California University Dominguez Hills, Carson, CA
La Sierra Passages (2004)
150' x 18' (N/B and S/B lanes), Keim Granital Paints, 91 FWY Underpass at Pierce Street, Riverside, CA. Gateway Public Art for the City of Riverside, CA and La Sierra University.
Roots and Wings (2007)
Restored original 1996 Carson mural. Acrylic and Mosaic Materials, 42' x 22', Carson, CA
Unidad Park (2007)
The Filipino characteristics of the park includes a community garden and park features referencing the terraced mountains of the Philippine Cordilleras, a walkway shaped like a yo-yo, and a centerpiece gathering place known as a "Dap-Ay" space in the Philippines. Sponsored by Los Angeles Land Trust (LANTL) and the City of Los Angeles.
Out of Many: We are One (2009)
Juan Lagunas Soria Memorial, 150' x 7', Acrylic, Multipurpose Room, Juan Lagunas Soria Elementary School, Oxnard, CA
College Life & Advocacy (2001)
8' x 25', Acrylic on canvas, ASUCR Senior Gift, Science Library, University of California Riverside, Riverside, CA
Choose Respect (2011)
Acrylic on Non-Woven Cloth, 12' x 24', created within eight days with over 200 Sitka residents, Sitka, Alaska. Blatchley Middle School, Sitka, Alaska.
E Gateway (2012)
Winning design for the proposed E Gateway to Historic Filipinotown (HiFi) selected after a five year search, created by Eliseo Silva and architect Celestino Geronimo.
W Gateway (2014)
Designed with community via CD-13 District Office, City of Los Angeles, CA. The main features include the Filipino Dragon (Bakunawa) etched on both sides and the Barong Tagalog designs on the facade of the marker to honor the two golden ages of Filipino culture prior to Americanization of the Philippines.
That Constitution (2016)
Public Art honoring Larry Itliong at Island Pacific Supermarket in Fresno, CA.
Colton Crossings (2017)
20' x 250', Acrylic on Polytab, 2017. The first public art mural of the City of Colton, California. The design features eight tableaus of local history within the context of railroad tunnels as a nod to the area's moniker as "Hub City." It was painted by over 200 community residents on fabric sections of the mural, before it was permanently installed on site. It is the first of three underpass murals for the city.
Bayanihan ng Manggagawa (2017)
(Worker's Neighborly Cooperation) Watercolor on Board, 20" x 30", Commissioned by the Pilipino Workers Center for their Gala Dinner Art and is displayed in their visitor's reception area, Larry Itliong Village, Glendale Blvd., Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles, CA.
ITLIONG: Isang Bagsak! (2017)
Larry Itliong: Isang Bagsak! (One Down), 7' x 7', Acrylic on Canvas, 2018. Installed inside the community hall of the Pabilonia Sisters Room, Pilipino Workers Center, Larry Itliong Village, Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles, CA.
Crossing Ocean (2018)
"Pagtawid ng Karagatan: Crossing Ocean", 20' x 80', Acrylic on Polytab, 2018. Sponsored by the Lompoc Filipino-American Club to celebrate their 50th Anniversary, it commemorates 430 years of Filipino presence in the California Central Coast which began on October 18,1587 with the arrival of the legendary seven Luzon Indians (which is also depicted in the mural).
New Horizons (2018)
New Horizons, 7' x 14', Acrylic on Polytab Fabric, Novo Federal Credit Union, Norco, CA.
SIKLAB Bilao Art Installation (2018)
Temporary Art Installation honoring the life of Larry D. Itliong, sponsored by Pilipino Workers Center and through a grant from the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA). The paintings on circular baskets used for winnowing rice in the Philippines are original paintings by Maryrose Mendoza, Champoy Lim and Eliseo Art Silva. Silva proposed and conceived the entire project.
Waves of Filipino Heritage (2018)
60' x 15', Acrylic on Polytab, 2018. The first panel says, ‘manong’, and I separated it to ‘mano’, like respect,” said Silva. “And then the second one is 'kabayanihan’, with the ‘ka’, is about heroism, so that’s World War II. And then the third one is ‘kapwa’. Kapwa is shared being, and it talks about the idea of two different generations converging in 1965, the professionals with the old timers who were here before, and they converged to the Delano Grape Strike. All are written in Baybayin.
Philippine Masters Collection (2019)
One 6' x 12' and three 6' x 6' canvases honoring 19th Century Philippine Masters in Fine Art designed to tell the Filipino American Story while contextualizing them with PH Cultural Treasures from the various regions of the Philippines.
Together We Rise (2019)
Magkasama Tayo Aangat, 22' x 48', Acrylic, Brighton Hall, CSUS, 2019. Sacramento, CA's 1st Filipino-themed mural. Sponsored by Wide Open Walls (WOW), PNDA LahiArts, and California State University Sacramento. Entire mural was painted and completed within 10-days of the city-wide Wide Open Walls mural festival.