Treasure Island's Murals

Past:

Two prominent examples of the Island's history with murals are Miguel Covarrubias' Pageant of the Pacific mural set and Diego Rivera's epic mural The Marriage of the Artistic Expression of the North and of the South on this Continent now commonly referred to as his Pan American Unity mural.  Both were created as part of the 1930-1940 Golden Gate International Exhibition, and continue as vital elements of San Francisco's artistic heritage to this day.

Learn more about the Diego Rivera Pan American Unity mural

Learn more about Miguel Covarrubias' Pageant of the Pacific mural set

Present:

Treasure Island is currently home to two public murals, both created in 2019.  The Treasure Island Community Mural executed at Treasure Island Gymnasium by the Treasure Island community with guidance and support from Precita Eyes Muralists, and Oleg Gotchev's Bulgaria in the USA mural, a tribute to the local Bulgarian community located at Avenue D and 9th Street which was executed while Dr. Gotchev was a Treasure Island resident.

Learn more about the Treasure Island Community Mural and Precita Eye's community mural development process

Learn more about Oleg Gotchev's Bulgaria in the USA mural