Debra has lived in the Dimond since the 1990s and has created some 15 murals and mosaics in the area. After teaching art at Sequoia Elementary School for 18 years, she became completely dedicated to murals. When possible, Debra works with community members in the design and/or execution of her large-scale pieces. She is especially interested in transforming and enlivening otherwise nondescript spaces. Learn more about Debra: http://www.debrakoppman.com/index.htm
Debra’s pieces in the Dimond: Rainbow Road, Sequoia’s Hidden Jewels, I Love Dimond, Dimond Cafe Mosaic, Dimond’s Hidden Jewels, Jazzin’ It Up, Magic Carpet
Pam (biographical info). In addition to Pam’s two pieces in the Dimond, she has also done murals at Oakland Tech and Oakland International high schools, Redwood Heights Elementary School, Bret Harte Middle School, and Fred Finch Family & Youth Services. Learn more about Pam, who now lives in Portland: https://www.allhandsart.com
Pam’s pieces in the Dimond: 2101 Club Postcard, St. Louis Veterinary Postcard.