Art depicting the history of Sunnyvale can be found around town. Here are some examples.
Murphy Street Scene
This sculpture is near the entrance to the museum. It depicts a street scene from the agricultural period. Click here for location.
Libby Water Tower
Libby’s was the largest employer in Sunnyvale in the early 1920’s and the fruit cannery here was one of the largest in the world. This water tower was painted in the 1970’s with the fruit cocktail label from that time. The cannery closed in 1985 and was replaced with an office park, but the water tower was preserved and declared an historic site. Sunnyvale artist Anita Kaplan was commissioned to repaint the water tower to look like Libby’s fruit cocktail can from 1930. Click here for location.
Murphy Park Murals
These 2 murals were installed in Murphy Park in 2015 on the side of the park building. Click here for location.
Goodwill Downtown Sunnyvale
The Goodwill building in downtown Sunnyvale has these 3 murals. Click here for location.
Trader Joe’s Sunnyvale
Trader Joe’s in Sunnyvale relocated in 2013 to a new and larger store, which was decorated with lots of Sunnyvale history art! Click here for location.
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