Passageway Art Gallery
Journeys Continued: LA Communities Through the Eyes of Artists
Union Station Passageway Art Gallery
Journeys Continued… LA Communities Through the Eyes of Artists builds on an exhibition presented by Metro Art in 2017 and focuses on neighborhoods and cities within Los Angeles County “through the eyes of artists.” Local artists capture the look and feel of each community from a personal perspective, highlighting special, surprising and/or lesser-known facets of that place. Neighborhood parks, street food vendors, family bicycle rides and local landmarks along daily commutes are among the subjects for these distinctive works of art.
Following in the tradition of colorful travel destination posters, the artworks are part of an award-winning series presented originally as posters in the Metro fleet that encourages riders to explore the neighborhoods that the expanding Metro system serves.
Started in 2003, the Through the Eyes of Artists series is now in its 20th year. Journeys Continued… is part of the special anniversary celebrations. Twelve of the 63 artworks are currently featured in the Union Station Passageway.
Learn more about the selected artworks here.
Featured artists in the Passageway Art Gallery are William Acedo, Roberto Benavidez, Lindsay Carron, Jasmine Delgado, Ja’Rie Gray, Sandra Low, Sevag Mahserejian, Stas Orlovski, Levi Ponce, Ana Serrano, Kajsa Sjodin and Miki Yokoyama.
View the 12 artworks featured in the exhibition below. The full online gallery can be viewed on the Metro Art website.
2 - Roberto Benavidez, El Sereno
3 - Lindsay Carron, Marina del Rey
4 - Jasmine Delgado, Studio City
7 - Sevag Mahserejian, Canoga Park
8 - Stas Orlovski, Expo Park/USC
10 - Ana Serrano, East Hollywood
12 - Miki Yokoyama, Malibu Bluffs Open Space