Carmela. E. 7th Street between Railroad Avenue and Cumberland Street. This mural is one scene of a triptych located on 7th street. It was created by the teen mural team and is a tribute to the fishermen that went out for the daily catch. 2010.
Fish Market mural. Railroad Avenue between E. 3rd & 4th Streets. This mural, one of the newer works in Old Town, depicts a fish market as it might have been when the city had a thriving fishing industry.
The Yellow Boat. Corner of E. 3rd Street and Marina Boulevard. As a final tribute to the fishing industry this fishing boat, “Red Salmon”, symbolizes the humble beginnings of our small but mighty community.
The Fisherman sculpture. Railroad Avenue at E. 3rd Street. One of the City’s first Public Artworks was “The Fisherman” which honors the early Italian fishing community and is dedicated to Isola delle Femmine, Sister City in Italy. Designed and created by local artist Frank Vitale.
Our Lady of Pittsburg sculpture. Heritage Plaza, E. 4th Street between Railroad Avenue and Cumberland Street. Sculptor: Jason Greigo, 2003.
Heritage Plaza, E. 4th Street between Railroad Avenue and Cumberland Street. Resident Artist, Francis Palermo, 2002
Steelworker of Pittsburg, corner of E. 5th and Railroad Avenue. The steelworks and those who labored in the mill played a major role in the history of our community. This statue by Sculptor Frank Vitale captures the essence of the era. 1993.