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Paul Tzanetopoulos
Different Strokes | Public Mosaics by Paul Tzanetopoulos | Mary Bethune Park in Los Angeles
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Different Strokes | Public Mosaics by Paul Tzanetopoulos | Mary Bethune Park in Los Angeles
Different Strokes | Public Mosaics by Paul Tzanetopoulos | Mary Bethune Park in Los Angeles
Different Strokes | Public Mosaics by Paul Tzanetopoulos | Mary Bethune Park in Los Angeles
Different Strokes | Public Mosaics by Paul Tzanetopoulos | Mary Bethune Park in Los Angeles

Different Strokes - Public Mosaics

Featured In Mary Bethune Park, Los Angeles, CA

Paul Tzanetopoulos' "Different Strokes" (unglazed porcelain, glass, grout; 6' x 96'; 2009) is a mural applied to a 120-foot wall adjacent to the public swimming pool at Mary Bethune Park in Los Angeles.

The swimming motif echoes the diversity of the community and the complexity of the relationship between people and water. The swimming motif repeats to infinity, consisting of six color motifs utilizing the same tile pattern.

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Paul Tzanetopoulos
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Wescover creator since 2018
Paul Tzanetopoulos is a conceptually-based artist who uses many media. His large-scale interactive works utilize light, digital media, video, electronic and sound components. Tzanetopoulos was the first artist in Los Angeles to present a video installation projection and computer-run-intermedia work (Ruth Schaffner Gallery, 1974). His work is included in many public and private collections, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection of 20th Century Art and the Permanent Collection of the United States Consulate General. Tzanetopoulos received an MFA With Honors in Fine Art from the University of California, Irvine, and his BFA With Honors (Outstanding Fine Arts Graduate) from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Tzanetopoulos also works in the realm of public art and has completed more than 30 public art commissions since 1992.”