"The Target Field Murals"


Three murals in porcelain and stone were created in 2009 - 2010 for the Minnesota Twins new ballpark in downtown Minneapolis, MN.

The Murals are located near the Target Field Light Rail Station




Artist Assistants:

Mary Aguilar

David Cubus

Bob Sutherland



Craig David

Jennifer David






WCCO News Video:

The Target Field Murals


Mom Culture Website:

The Target Field Murals

Target Field Murals -  5th St. N. at 3rd Ave. N., Minneapolis

"Sustainability Reborn"

8' X 24'  -  Porcelain and Stone Mosaic

Intended to illustrate the complex relationship between the natural world and humanity, "Sustainability Reborn" depicts children in a small boat tossed by tumultuous waters, unaware of the precarious condition of the natural world. The adults symbolize humanity's influence on the environment, while posing the question: "How do future generations continue to utilize our natural resources, while maintaining a balanced and viable ecosystem?



                                     "A History of Minnesota Baseball"

                                  8' X 30'  -  Porcelain and Stone Mosaic

"A History of Minnesota Baseball" illustrates a fraction of the colorful history of amateur and professional baseball in Minnesota, with depictions of Lexington Park (home of the St. Paul Saints) and Nicollet Field (home of the Minneapolis Millers).  Toni Stone (Marcenia Lyle Alberga), a St. Paul native, played second base professionally in the men's Negro Leagues.  She is a member of the Women's Sports Hall of Fame and honored in the Baseball Hall of Fame.  Charlie Albert Bender, born on the White Earth Indian Reservation, pitched for the Philadelphia Athletics in the early 1900s, and is the first Minnesotan to be inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. 

Many small towns in Minnesota had a 'Town Ball' team.  Nininger formed the first amateur baseball team in Minnesota in 1857.  Darwin still hosts a team after many seasons and has a memorable Town Ball History.



"Transit Then and Now"

8' X 30'  -  Porcelain and Stone Mosaic

"Transit Then and Now" offers a perspective of the history of rail transit in the Twin Cities.  A mid-50s Hiawatha passenger train is portrayed on the left, with a present-day Hiawatha light rail vehicle on the right.  A gathering of contemporary riders are depicted in the center. With the skylines of Minneapolis and St. Paul illustrated in the background, “Transit Then and Now” conveys the energy of movement and noise.