Glendora station artist Michael Hillman (who is also a Glendora resident and art professor at Citrus College) recently showed off a completed set of art tiles that will go on the canopy column bases of the future Glendora station platform. Michael created the tiles by developing a pattern that can change orientation to create a completely new image. This process, called tessellation, is often used in fabric design.
Viewers on the platform may first look at the patterns and recognize the flora motifs related to Glendora. Upon further and repeated examination of the images, one will begin to see the relation between the two patterns unfold and discover that both images come from one basic pattern, simply reconfigured.