Current Projects
Chinatown YMCA Mural

2010 “Serving Youth for 100 Years”,
Chinatown YMCA, interior painted tile mosaic 10’x 25’. Directed Precita Eyes Muralists, in collaboration with Elaine Chu and YMCA community.


Women's Building  

2010 - Beautiful Mural
Beautifull Restaurant
at 9th and Irving Streets, SF,

8’x8’ portable mural. Private Commission.


2008-2009 - "MaestraPeace" Extension
The Women's Building, 3543 18th St #8, San Francisco
This spectacular mural is a culmination of a multi-cultural, multi-generation collaboration of seven women artists, and a colorful work of art that sings to our community. The mural was oroginally painted in 1994 by Juana Alicia, Miranda Bergman, Edythe Boone, Susan Kelk Cervantes, Meera Desai, Yvonne Littleton and Irene Perez, and others




2009 - “Marin Health”,
Directed Precita Eyes Muralists in collaboration with Eli Simmons for the Marin Health and Wellness Campus,
San Rafael, CA
Exterior 20’x 60’.
Funded by San Rafael Arts Council.


2009-2010 “Americana Tropical”
24th Street MiniPark
Harrison Street, San Francisco
“Americana Tropical”, 24th St. Mini Park,

12’x20’ painted tile mosaic mural. Precita Eyes Muralists in collaboration with 24th St. Mini Park children, youth, families and Lower 24th St. Neighborhood Assoc. Funded by Fleishhacker Foundation and SF Arts Commission Organization Project Grant.

  2008 - "Children Connecting the World Through Knowledge and Understanding"
Bejing, China
Recent Projects


2009 - "Abundance and Prosperity For All"
24th Street, San Francisco

2008 - “Determination”,
East Oakland Community Project Homeless shelter, Oakland
Interior lobby, 21’ x 19’, Designed with community and in with Catalina Gonzalez21’ x 19’ - Interior lobby.

2008 - "Google Mural"
345 Spear Street, San Francisco
2007 - "Vamos Gigantes", San Francisco Giants Mural
PG&E Bldg. 19th & San Carlos, San Francisco

2008 - "Seeds of Peace" -
Good Earth Natural & Organic Foods

1966 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Fairfax
17’ x 46’ - Directed by Susan Cervantes and Miranda Bergman.
2007 - Green Olympic Spirit
Bejing, China
Directed by Susan Kelk Cervantes, Brenda Miller, and Fred Alvarado
Designed and painted in collaboration with over 150 9th grade chinese students for The Grand Mural Festival at The China National Childrens Center, Beijing, China.
Mini Park  

2009, 24th Street MiniPark,
Harrison Street, San Francisco

Designed and executed by Precita Eyes Community Mural Workshop, Colette Crutcher and students at the Buena Vista Elementary school.

2007 - Crocker Amazon Mosaic Mural Project,
Crocker Amazon Playground
Moscow and Geneva Streets., San Francisco

4 benches, 1 concrete boat, 646 sq. ft. designed and executed with community. Funded by Community Challenge Grant.
Inferno     Paradiso
"Inferno"   "Purgatorio"  
2007 - “Dante’s Divine Comedy
St. Mary’s College, Dante’s Hall,Moraga, CA
3 Murals: 30' x 10 each
2007- “Be the Change You Want To See
In the World”
25th and Bryant Sts.,15’x 70’ San Francisco
Directed Precita Eyes Community Mural Workshop

Older Projects
1996 - Precita Valley Stairwell
1995 - "Keep Our Ancient Roots Alive"
Cleveland School, San Francisco
Susan Kelk Cervantes, Juana Alicia, Jan Cook & Elba Rivera. Diptych mural (two south walls, 40'x28' each, plus 9 panels, 2.5'x3.5' each). SF Mayor's Office of Community Development, LEF Foundation, Zellerbach
Family Fund, Ronald McDonald’s Childrens Charities, and Nu Lambda Trust.
1990 - "Indigenous Eyes", Balmy Alley, San Francisco.
SF Mayor's Office of Community Development and Mural Resource Center Grant Award. In recognition of outstanding contribution to San Francisco mural art. East wall (11'x21').


2000 - “Soul-Journey” -
Bayview/Hunters Point Foundation, 1625 Carroll Ave. at
3rd Street, San Francisco

Exterior facade 34’x187’. Directed and designed mural in collaboration with other artists from the community.

Precita Valley Vision
534 Precita Avenue, San Francisco
Susan Cervantes collaborated with Mission Neighborhood Centers to create a new community mural on the façade of Precita Valley Community Center.
1991 Cesar Chavez - “Si Se Puede”
Cesar Cesar Chavez Elementary School, San Francisco.
Exterior east wall (38’x180’). Funded by SF Mayors’ Office of Community Development, WESTAF, Zellerbach Family Fund.
1987 - "New World Tree", Mission Pool, San Francisco
Collaboration with J. Alicia and R. Martinez. Exterior north wall (15'x25'x68'). SF Mayor's Office of Community Development.
1976-77 - "Family Life and Spirit of Mankind," Leonard R. Flynn Elementary
3125 Cesar Chavez, San Francisco
Exterior south face, diptych (26'x84'). SF Mayor's Office of Community Development and SF CETA Arts Program.
Other Projects    
Monticello   Mt Vernon
  February 2009 - Visable Means of Support,
SF Moma Atrium, 151 Third Street, San Francisco

Mt. Vernon & Monticello:
Designed and directed by Kerry James Marshall; Painted by Kerry James Marshall and Precita Eyes Muralists
Cervantes Family Projects

Luis Cervantes

  Luis Cervantes    
Luis Cervantes
Painter, Sculptor, Community Treasure
  “Garden of Friendship”
Children’s Art School, St. Peterburg,
Russia 2003
  “Sí Se Puede” at Cesar Chavez School, 1995   “Espiritu y Corazon de Mayfair”
Mexican Heritage Plaza, San Jose, 2004
“Paradise of Tlaloc”, 1984   “A Gift for the Darkness”1967   Cross of Quetzalcoatl”,
San Francisco State University, Student Union, 1982
  “A Gift fr the Darkness”, 1967 (first painting using politec)
“Totem”, 1994   Wooden sculpture   Untitled ink drawing, 1959