Artwork in Manhattan Beach

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Traditionally, "public art" invokes the images of historic bronze statues of a soldier on horseback, or a large decorative fountain in a park or plaza setting. Today, public art can take a wide range of forms, sizes, and scales - and can be temporary or permanent. Whatever the form, public art instills meaning - a greater sense of identity and understanding of where we live, work, and visit - creating memorable experiences for all residents and visitors to Manhattan Beach.

Enjoy a virtual walk through the many artistic treasures found in the City of Manhattan Beach by viewing the Public Art Story Map. The goal of our Cultural Arts Commission’s “Art in Public Places” program is to offer a variety of artwork at different sites throughout the City. Discover various sculptures, mosaics, memorials and even a time capsule! 

Other artworks from the Public Art Trust Fund includes: 9/11 Memorial Project, Light Gate, Sculpture Garden, Murals in Manhattan Beach, and Utility Box Beautification Program.

Abstract WaterworksAbstract Water Works
Beyond This Point Lies the Rest of the WorldBeyond This Point Lies the Rest of the World
How Soon Hath TimeHow Soon Hath Time...
MankindMankind's Stuggle for Eternal Peace
Martin Ganz MemorialMartin Ganz Memorial
Metlox DogMetlox Dog
Metlox Plaza FountainMetlox Plaza Fountain
Permanent Wave and Culture WavePermanent Wave and Cultural Wave
Red Circle by C.J. RenchRed Circle
Veterans MonumentThe Veterans Monument
Wave of the Future (Time Capsule)The Wave of the Future