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Eva Cockcroft in addition to being a muralist is an art historian and a writer. She has painted over 25 murals in New York and New Jersey. She has painted murals in Nicaragua, Los Angeles, and Germany. She has written extensively on murals as a means of social change, and co-wrote Peoples Art: The Contemporary Mural Movement, and co-edited Signs from the Heart: California Chicano Murals. Her art exhibitions have been featured on the East and West coast. She studied at both Cornell University and Rutgers University. (Source: Robin K. Dunitz, Street Gallery, Guide to over 1000 Los Angeles Murals)

Earth Memories

Eva Cockcroft
Hollywood, Silverlake, Echo Park

Artists: Eva Cockcroft, Eric Nieman, Jaime "Vyal" Reyes, Edwin Perez.

Compton: Past Present and Future

Eva Cockcroft
South Central LA

These murals, mounted above the platform benches, examine the history of Compton with particular emphasis on the arrival of the various e

Women and the Labor Movement in California

Eva Cockcroft
South Central LA

Prominently featured are United Farm Workers Union leaders Dolores Huerta, agricultural worker organizer Luisa Moreno, California Eagle

The Chain Undone

Eva Cockcroft
West LA, Santa Monica, Venice

Eva Cockcroft, assisted by Agustin Gonzalez, Otoño Luján, and Bill Agee. The theme is the imminent destruction of more wetlands.

Open Minds Open Hearts

Eva Cockcroft
Long Beach

Painted in the aftermath of the post-Rodney King uprising, 'Open Mind Open Hearts' emphasizes the need for understanding betwee

Oil, Life and Ecology

Eva Cockcroft
Long Beach

Addresses the ecological problems and consequences of oil, a resource that was crucial in the development of Long Beach.