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Murals of Lompoc

The Murals are one of the city’s top attractions, depicting scenes of Lompoc’s heritage, flower industry, historic sights, ethnic diversity, scenic beauty and more.

Want to see some big art? In Lompoc it’s everywhere. The 40 murals on street corners, in alley ways, and on sides of prominent buildings have turned Old Town Lompoc into an outdoor art gallery.

Lompoc Murals are one of the city’s top attractions, depicting scenes of Lompoc’s heritage, flower industry, historic sights, ethnic diversity, scenic beauty and more. Most of the murals are curated by the Lompoc Mural Society, a local non-profit dedicated to revitalizing historic old town and the valley’s economy through cultural tourism, and using art as a tool to help build bridges across barriers between ethnic and cultural groups.

Visitors from all over the world come to see the Lompoc murals, what are you waiting for? Take a self-guided tour of the murals – and enjoy lunch, wine tasting, and antiquing along the route! Stop by the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau for a mural map and tips on places to see and things to do along the route.

Be sure to see one of Lompoc’s newest mural, “Agriculture in the Valley Beautiful” painted in one weekend, and captured with this timelapse video. Take a look!

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History of Medicine in Lompoc Valley (2005)

1515 E. Ocean Ave.

Artist David Blodget - Indiana

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Diatomaceous Mining (1991)

111 South I St. (north wall)

Giant abstract mural honors the local diatomaceous earth business. Artist Roberto Delgado - Los Angeles, CA. Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau

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Lompoc Pioneers: The Moore Family Legacy (2010)

122 W. Ocean Ave. (back south wall/Art Alley)

Master Artist David Blodget (Indiana) with participating artists.

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Lompoc's Flower Industry (1990)

102 W. Ocean Ave. (SW corner H & Ocean)

Mural features portraits of important early growers as well as workers. Artist Art Mortimer - Santa Monica, CA.

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Price of Freedom (2000)

125 South H St.

Pays tribute to all the men and women who served, fought and died in the 15 wars and conflicts of the 20th Century. Artist Eliseo Silva - Corona, CA

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Great Floral Flag (1999)

131 South H St.

Mural In a Day | Depicts giant American flag planted in
flowers by Bodger Seeds Inc. in 1942 to salute the men and women fighting in WWII. Master Artist Art Mortimer (Santa Monica, CA) with participating artists.

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Temperance (1992)

137 South H St.

This mural recalls Lompoc’s early days as a temperance colony. Artist Dan Sawatsky Chemainus, B.C.

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Rudolph Mansion (1999)

137 South H St.

Lompoc’s first mayor was Harvey Rudolph and he lived in this beautiful 3-story mansion which was demolished in 1955 to build a grocery outlet. Artist Leonardo Nunez - Lompoc, CA

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Lost Mission (1996)

200 South H St. (behind Lompoc Museum)

This was the original Mission Vieja destroyed in 1812 by
an earthquake and rebuilt in 1813 as La Purisima Mission. Its present site is two miles east of Lompoc. Artist Vicki Andersen - Lompoc, CA

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An Artist's Cottage (1998)

119 E. Cypress Ave.

The artists turned this cinder block building from non-descript into a Victorian Cottage – now the Cypress Gallery, home to the Lompoc Valley Art Association. Artists Linda Gooch & Vicki Andersen - Lompoc, CA

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Community Canvas 

An ongoing project at the corner of H Street & Chestnut Avenue – Artworks painted twice annually by professional artists.

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Lompoc's First Fire Chief (1995)

121 South G St.

This mural honor Charles Everett,the city’s firstfire chief who served from 1915-1950. Artists Pat & Robert Saul - Lompoc, CA

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Chumash Indians (1992)

126 E. Ocean Ave

Mural In a Day | Master Artist Robert Thomas (Kooskia, ID) with participating artists.

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La Purisima Mission (1995)

206 E. Ocean Ave.

This mural depicts the mission and scenes from its history, including its complete reconstruction by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s. Artist Leonardo Nunez - Lompoc, CA

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Monarch Magic (2006)

118 South H St.

Mural In a Day | Master Artist Colleen Goodwin Chronister (Salem, OR) with participating artists.

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Tribute to the People of Lompoc - Ethnic Diversity (1993)

115 Civic Center Plaza

These 12 large portraits represent the diversity of cultures from various ethnic groups who were prominent in the community. Artist Richard Wyatt - Culver City, CA

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Tragedy at Honda Point (2012)

121 South G St. (west end of Fire Station)

Artists Ann Thompson & Kevin Thompson - Lompoc, CA

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Last of the Titans (2003)

135 North H St.

Mural In a Day | Master Artist Colleen Mitchell Veyna (Visalia, CA) with participating artists.

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Domingos Blacksmith Shop (1995)

120 W. Walnut Ave.

Mural In a Day | One of the last authentic blacksmith shops on the Central Coast. Master Artist Suzanne Cerney (Santa Barbara, CA) with participating artists.

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Early Education (1992)

215 North H St. (Bank of America)

An 1884 class picture shows the small group of Lompoc students with their teacher, Ann Calvert (shown in cameo). Artist Shirley Wallace - Lompoc, CA

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Agriculture in the Valley Beautiful (2016)

100 South H Street (back south & east walls)

Mural In a Day | Master Artist Art Mortimer

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Latino Espreción (1995)

119 W. Maple Ave.

Shows figures that are important to the Hispanic American experience. Master Artist Leonardo Nunez (Lompoc, CA) with Lompoc High School students.

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Point Conception Lighthouse (2000)

131 South H St. (back lot)

Mural In a Day | Master Artists Vicki Andersen & Linda Gooch (Lompoc, CA) with participating artists.

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Flowers of the Valley (2001)

Alley behind 119 E. Cypress Ave.

Series of doors, each of which represents flowers grown in the valley. Artist Vicki Andersen - Lompoc, CA

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Filipino Heritage (2006)

225 W. Ocean Ave.

Privately commissioned. Artist Carlos Cuellar - Santa Barbara, CA

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Beauty of the Valley

805 North H St. (Union Bank)

Privately commissioned. Artists Nancy Phelps & Sue Treuhaft - Lompoc, CA

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Antique Race Cars (2002)

Alley South H St. to South G Street

Privately commissioned. Artist Roger Cooke - Sandy, OR

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Flora & Fauna (2001)

111 W. Ocean Ave.

Mural In a Day | Master Artist Art Mortimer (Santa Monica, CA) with participating artists.

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Fifty Years of Flower Festival (2002)

316 E. Ocean Ave. (east wall on E Street)

Mural In a Day | Master Artists Nancy Phelps & Sue Treuhaft (Lompoc, CA) with participating artists.

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Fields of Gold (2004)

117½ South H St. (south wall)

Mural In a Day | Master Artist Colleen Goodwin Chronister (Salem, OR) with participating artists.

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History of Alpha Club

407 E. Ocean Ave. (west wall)

Privately commissioned. Artists Nancy Phelps & Sue Treuhaft - Lompoc, CA

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Lompoc Vintage (2008)

111½ South H St. (south wall in Art Alley)

Mural In a Day | Colleen Goodwin Chronister (Salem, OR) with participating artists.

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The Boatmen (2014)

112 South I St. (north wall/Sissy’s Uptown Café, in Art Alley)

Artist John Pugh (master of “trompe l’oeil”) - Truckee, CA

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Thanks for Caring (2012)

123 W. Ocean Ave. (west wall)

Mural In a Day | Master Artist David Blodget (Indiana) with participating artists.

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Train Station at Surf Beach (2006)

Currently in Storage

Artist Ann Thompson - Lompoc, CA

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Feeding Time (2015)

122 W. Ocean Ave. (back south wall/Art Alley)

Artist Jeff Raum - Moorpark, CA

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Chautauqua (2018)

100 South H Street (back south & east walls)

Mural In a Day | This mural depicts the traveling shows that flourished in the US at the turn of the 19th century. Master Artist Art Mortimer.

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Mission & Flower Fields

Destroyed

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Jewels of the Valley

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When the Cows Come Home

Currently in Storage

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Early Education

215 N. H Street (Bank of America Building)

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Crossing the Ocean 

113 S. H Street (back of building, soon to be demolished)

Privately commissioned. Artist Carlos Cuellar - Santa Barbara, CA

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