In the City of Eagle Rock, California, there is a beautifully painted mural in a neighborhood public space. It depicts Tai Chi practitioners practicing their art peacefully on the lawn.
The artist of the Tai Chi Mural is Roger Dolin, and it was a public mural project which was produced in coordination with the city of Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council.
The mural was originally painted in 2004, but was restored in 2012 when it was defaced. A special anti-graffiti coating now covers the mural, and the city of Eagle Rock watches over it. It is also registered with the Department of Cultural Affairs, and is part of their art collection.
Roger Dolin has been painting murals for over 30 years. When he did the Tai Chi mural in 2004, it was his first public mural for the city of Eagle Rock, CA. Before that, Roger worked mainly in the healthcare industry painting murals in hospital treatment and waiting rooms. After Roger Dolin painted the Tai Chi mural, he has become an advocate for outdoor public art, and is now the director of Pubic Arts for the Museum of the San Fernando Valley.
The work on the Tai Chi mural could not have been accomplished without the help of volunteers.
The work of Roger Dolin can be seen on the website http://www.muralenvironments.com/
If you want to contact Roger Dolin, you can reach him at his Email.