The San Diego Automotive Museum building was built for the 1935 California Pacific International Exposition as the California State Building. The ornamentation on the building is long gone, including four large murals representing California, painted to look like tile. The Committee of One Hundred, an advocate group working to preserve Balboa Park’s historic architecture, gardens, and public spaces commissioned MSI to fabricate and install replicas of the original 1935 murals. The temporary murals are being used to kick off a fund-raising campaign to recreate these murals in permanent ceramic tile.
Fabrication and installation of (4) 8’ x 18’ temporary murals.
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