Beginning in the late 1960’s and up through the 1980’s, Los Angeles flourished as a center for large, museum quality paintings done outside. Some of the pioneers of that movement were Victor Henderson, Terry Schoonhoven (both alone and as members of the Los Angeles Fine Arts Squad) and Kent Twitchell. Many of their works have been painted over or otherwise fallen from their original states. Some have been painted out, some have been replaced, some have even been replicated. Behind every mural is a story. This exhibit briefly tells the story of four great early murals from Los Angeles.