Michelle Obregon has painted both private and community murals in Los Angeles and Hawaii.  

Mural Above: 'Take Care of Uplands to Sea', Community Mural S building, 

mural design copyright 2011,

Never Again located at Konawaena Elementary school, Kealakekua

Never Again located at Konawaena Elementary School

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Painted in 2011, Never Again depicts a typical morning at Konawaena Elementary school.

Community Mural Projects

1001 Cranes Mural



To create 1001 ceramic tiles with images of origami cranes and messages of good will. The finished mural will be a reminder to promote peace . One of the three main murals was installed in May of 2016. In the fall of 2016 the public will be invited to paint tiles to 

Celebrating Our Diversity

Tile Mural at Holuloa Elementary school in Hawaii.


This tile mural located at Holualoa Elementary school on the big island of Hawaii , celebrates the  diverse culture that has shaped this community. The tile mural is 20 x 9ft.

Water Warrior


Located next to the Konawaena HS pool, this is the first interactive selfie mural on campus. Entitled Wave Warrior, we invite the public to photograph themselves in front of the mural, creating the effect of water wings.



Community mural located at Konawaena HS. This mural was designed by Keisha Colon and supervised by Michelle Obregon. The mural celebrates the words of Col. Ellison Onizuka, an alumni of Konawaena HS.

painted 2017

Bridging the Oceans

Tile Mural

Located at Konawaena High School,

this ceramic tile mural celebrates Hawaii and Okinawa's special relationship. Both places are tied to the ocean for food, inspiration and now stewardship. 

Museum Mural

HIstory of Konawaena HIgh School, Three students graduating

This mural is located in the Living History Museum at Konawaena HS, next to the agriculture building. The mural depicts Kona coffee to the era of technology. Painted 2014