Murals by Constance Mallinson seen at 26th Street / Bergamot Station, Santa Monica - Local Color
Murals by Constance Mallinson seen at 26th Street / Bergamot Station, Santa Monica - Local Color
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Local Color is a mural done by Constance Mallinson at the 26th Street / Bergamot Station. The landscapes are overlaid with colorful objects and natural materials gathered on walks in the local area. Each of the intricate landscapes contains subtle references to several art historical periods.

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Constance Mallinson

Constance Mallinson

Los Angeles, CA

Constance Mallinson has exhibited widely throughout California. Her most recent solo exhibitions include Pomona College, UC Riverside, The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, and Angles Gallery in Los Angeles. She was the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship as well as a City of Los Angeles Artist’s grant. In addition to her recent commission for the EXPO Line MTA Bergamot Station permanent artwork installation, she has designed a poster for the MTA Red Line, been a finalist for a mural for the California Supreme Court in San Francisco, and numerous libraries in Southern California. She was a “Coolglobe” artist whose globe has traveled the world. She has also taught every aspect of art at all the major universities and colleges in Southern California including UCLA and Claremont Graduate School. Her work has been critically acclaimed by notable art critics such as Christopher Knight and articles on her work have appeared in all the major art publications. Her paintings can be seen in major private and public art collections from LACMA to the San Jose Museum which acquired her work in 2008.”

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