At left is the Triforium, his most notorious piece—2 pictures including an aerial view are on the Public Art in LA site, as well as background information on the "poly-phonoptic kinetic tower" (which is what he called it).
The Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles lists the following works and their addresses, but little other info:
- Architectural History of Los Angeles (a mosaic in Parker Center)
- Belmont Hight School Mural (Untitled)
- Bernardette at Lourdes (Untitled) (at Our Lady of Lourdes, on 3rd Street)
- Don Bosco Mural (Untitled) (at Don Bosco Technical Institute in Rosemead) (photo at right)
- History of Mathematics (at UCLA, see below)
- Map of the Neighborhood (Untitled) (inside the Hollenbeck Police Station)
- Prayer, Study & Assembly (entrance of Temple Emanuel in Beverly Hills)
- Twelve Tribes of Ancient Israel (the Court Mausoleum at Eden Memorial Park, Mission Hills)
- Water Sources in L.A. County (Hall of Records)
That last item (Water Sources in L.A. County) is outside the Hall of Records on Temple Street. Pictures of it, under the name Topographical Map, are on Public Art in LA along with background information. The Los Angeles County Arts Commission also has a page on this mosaic and granite mural, done in 1962.
His last work, finished in 1992, was the Los Angeles Holocaust Museum Monument, pictured at right. Information about this is on the Public Art in LA site, but the Monument has its own website as well.
Below is a picture showing part of the mosaic mural that decorates the exterior of the Mathematical Science Building at UCLA.