Who’s been noticing the amazing murals around Hermosa Beach? Over the next 10 years, the Hermosa Beach mural project’s goal is to share the beauty, culture, and history of our city with 10 different murals. This is a way for Hermosa Beach to identify with what the city means to us, its citizens, and to educate our youth and the public on the rich and eclectic wonderment that makes Hermosa Beach a unique city located on the Pacific Ocean.
The non-profit murals project’s first mural was unveiled in 2011 with a view of downtown Hermosa Beach in 1924 on the north-facing wall of the downtown municipal parking structure at 14th Court and Hermosa Avenue. The second mural depicting Hermosa Beach in 1909 is at Pier and Manhattan avenues on the side of the New Orleans Café. The third mural is of West Coast Jazz on the north-facing wall of 1007 Hermosa Avenue includes images of jazz greats Chet Baker and Gerry Mulligan who played at the Lighthouse Club. Follow Hermosa Beach Murals on Facebook, to find out more on the upcoming fourth mural:https://www.facebook.com/