CPAG Projects

Artistic Movement, 2007

Damon Lamar Reed’s 2007 Artistic Movement is painted on the overpass below the Morse Red Line station in Chicago’s Rogers Park. The 4 x 80-foot piece is… More


Cannas and Corn, 2004

This mosaic is a permanent, public art commemoration of a significant ephemeral public art form—the community garden. The North Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago has an active tradition… More


Changemakers, 2005

Change Makers combines bricolage mosaic on wall and acrylic on panels to create this 75×15 piece in the North Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago. It was created in… More


Dragon Wall, 2002

Consisting of 61 aluminum panels, Dragon Wall measures approximately 14×16 feet. The panels are painted with acrylic and boast a set of 49 painted symbols that reflect… More


Entryway, Dragonfly, Butterfly, and Bumblebee (Margate Park Playground), 2004

Since 2004, a swarm of stainless steel butterflies has served as a swirling entry archway greeting playground visitors to Margate Park. This is Entryway, one of four… More


From Contemplation to Pride, 2009

In 2009, Carolyn Elaine created this three-panel tile mosaic on the side of Reavis Elementary School. Students from Reavis helped Elaine in researching influential African American women… More


Hyde Park Viaduct Panels, 2008, 2024, Restoration

Originally created in 2008, the 53rd & 55th St viaduct panels in Hyde Park showcase artwork by Margaret Burroughs, Terry Evans, John Himmelfarb, and Calvin Jones. There… More


Indian Land Dancing, 2009

Created in 2009 on the north and south walls of the Foster Street underpass at Lake Shore Drive, Indian Land Dancing is an exceptional example of community-based… More


Mount Greenwood Musical Playground, 2008

The Mt. Greenwood Sound Sculptures are the creation of sculptor James Brenner with the acoustical design of collaborator Jake Worley-Hood. These site-specific sound sculptures integrate the overall… More


Tilt (Together Protect the Community), 1976, Restored in 2003, Restoration

Originally painted in 1976 and restored in 2003, Tilt (Together Protect the Community), is one of the most reproduced murals in Chicago. The mural is thematically divided… More