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Wave Wall

Wave Wall

Marisa Herman and volunteers, 2008

This Wave Wall mural designed by Marisa Herman and represents the value of water along the Oso Creek.

The Wave Wall, a 96′ sequential piece, is composed of 16 six foot long high density foam sections, adjacent to the “Creekside Terrace” of the community center.

The wall was designed by artist Marisa Herman, a student at Cal State Fullerton. Marisa and volunteers worked on each section of the wall during Tierra Nativa, Prelude in the Park, work parties at the city yard, and Artes de la Vida. It was completed as an Eagle Scout project.

Designed to emulate the meandering path of Oso Creek, mosaic tiles and brown slate stone were used in the construction.

The Wave Wall invcludes a water feature that emulated the creek’s “source” of water.

It was installed in 2008 as part of the community center’s grand opening and the city’s 20th anniversary.

Location: Mission Viejo

Medium type: Mosaic; Slate Stone; Tile

Date created: 2008

Dimensions: 96' long


24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA, 92692