All Exhibitions

In addition to integrating artwork at all Metro stations, we also offer transit riders the opportunity to engage with a wide variety of artworks through multiple exhibition series. The unique, site-specific formats range from neighborhood posters and photography to community art banners and most recently on TAP cards and digital screens at station platforms.

Canoga Park Through the Eyes of Artist Sevag Mahserejian

Canoga Park

Artist Sevag Mahserejian draws inspiration from the unaltered natural landscapes of Canoga Park and their relationship to the built environment in In What was here once before, an artwork created for the Through the Eyes of Artists poster series on display in the fleet.

Through the Eyes of artist Jessica Polzin McCoy, Claremont


Jessica Polzin McCoy’s watercolor depicts a college town that flourishes within the creative environment of the Claremont University Consortium, and opens an informal invitation to visit a backyard, ride a bike, step into a shady grove and attend school.

Elliott Pinkney, Compton



Pinkney’s goal was to capture the energy and excitement of the City of Compton through local cultural icons (known and not so well-known) including: the Compton Airport, Compton Creek Horse Trail, Olympic Memorial Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial and a skate park.

Stas Orlovski, Expo Park/USC

Expo Park/USC


Combining a dramatic indigo sky, romantic architecture, archival imagery, and a dense landscape of roses, Orlovski visually intertwines history and the natural world to depict a place that is both familiar and exotic, a place dreamed about and remembered.

Hermosa Beach, Cynthia Evans

Hermosa Beach


Evans celebrates the city’s centennial and 100 years of beach culture by commemorating its groundbreaking lifeguard service, iconic pier and museum, a female surfing champion from the 1930’s and the quirky environment of surf and sand culture.

William Acedo, Irwindale



Titled by the artist, Jardin de las Rocas (garden of rocks) — the name given to the area by early Spanish settlers — the artwork celebrates the rich confluence of landscapes, cultures and histories that intersect within the city of Irwindale.