Precita Eyes Muralists Project
San Francisco General Hospital, 1001 Potrero Avenue, Building 90, San Francisco, CA

Directed by Susan Cervantes, Max Allbee and Yukako Ezoe
In collaboration with CVP staff, faculty and outpatients
17' x 25'
2012


















Healthy urban living is the central theme captured among the dense imagery of the Precita Eyes mural design for the Center for Vulnerable Populations. San Francisco’s iconic Golden Gate bridge with California’s golden hills provide a backdrop along with imagery of CVP’s immediate neighbors, Bernal Hill and the Potrero del Sol recreational park. The large “caring heart” including in it a DNA path, opened by a chain being broken by the Caduceus is a symbol of CVP’s goals to help citizens break free of disease and sickness, rising up the path of life through healthy eating, exercise and preventative care. The mural is also displaying a relationship of how natural food can be locally grown at our community farms and made accessible at our local markets. The large painting demonstrates how community members actively living a healthy lifestyle can create a better life for themselves in a easy and enjoyable way.