Integrated Visionaries

Title:
Integrated Visionaries
Artist:
David Ocelotl Garcia
Date:
May 1 2017
Description:
Indoor mural by artist David Ocelotl Garcia set within the Cal Poly Baker Center. 22' by 6' (132 sq. ft.) Garcia’s murals interact with their environment to create a welcoming and vibrant atmosphere for the community, integrating his unique style of art that he refers to as “Abstract Imaginism.” The artist’s vision was to create a powerful visual representation relating to the study of science and mathematics based on the themes of inclusivity, diversity, and community. From the artist: "Integrated Visionaries depicts a community working together to explore and create significant advancements in society through science, math, social interaction, and art."
Type:
Mural
Medium:
Acrylic on board
Collection:
College Of Science And Mathematics
Credit line:
© David Ocelotl Garcia, reproduced with permission from the artist. Robert E. Kennedy Library. The images associated with the objects on this website are protected under United States copyright laws. We are pleased to share these materials as an educational resource for the public for non-commercial, educational and personal use only, or for fair use as defined by law.
Object Identifier (Accession #):
2017.1.1
Keywords:
Public art [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh85108616], Mural painting and decoration, American [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh85088544], Mural painting and decoration--21st century [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh2005001315], and Mexican American artists [info:lc/authorities/subjects/sh85084482]
Picture:
1749 ca object representations media 86 original