Irvine, Voyages and Transitions

Irvine, Voyages and Transitions

Mural

 15215 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA, 92618

Irvine, Voyages and Transitions

W. Bradley Elsberry, 1995

The display is on the exterior wall of the ticket office. Bradley Elsberry’s larger public work is the Irvine Transportation Center’s fifty foot wide Irvine, Voyages, and Transitions historical mural.

The plaque reads: For millenia people have traversed North and South through this land called Irvine.

Our earliest residents traded with their neighbors, offering their local bounty in exchange for goods from far away. Later the “El Camino Real” was the pathway of the church and the soldier. The crops to market and Irvine formed the final link in a direct rail line from Los Angeles to San Diego.

Irvine seems destined, while being a home for many, to remain a beautiful crossroads for travelers voyaging through Southern California.

Four-panel mural designed and rendered by the artist for the Irvine Transportation Center. Dedicated August 9, 1995.

Date created: 1995

Dimensions: 4 panels 50' wide

Location Info

15215 Barranca Parkway

15215 Barranca Parkway, Irvine, CA, 92618