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Statue Collections & Producers (page 2)

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Beverly Hills Children's Zoo
Beverly Hills, CA
The Beverly Hills Children's Zoo consists of a small yard with dozens of animal and children statues. It appears to be a private residence. The statues have been there since at least 2008. [map]

Legacy Park
Malibu, CA
These sculptures at Legacy Park were installed from 2010-2011. They were created by Robin Indar. They are covered with mosaic tiles of feathers, snowflakes, and other patterns. The photos above show a red-legged frog, an orange-bellied California newt, a mountain kingsnake, a Western toad, a burrow owl, and a coyote. I missed shooting a Western fence lizard and a red-tailed hawk. For more, see this website. [map]

fiberglass statues
Acton, CA
These fiberglass statues are installed at The Barnyard. For more, see this website. [map]

bronze sculptures
San Jose, CA
These bronze sculptures are installed in Guadalupe River Park. The group, entitled the "Parade of Animals", was produced by Michael Boris in 1991. The animals include a frog, a fox, a rabbit, an eagle, an owl (not shown), and a raccoon. [map]

Animal Sculpture Garden
Los Angeles, CA
This Animal Sculpture Garden is located at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels. The bronze sculptures were based on biblical scriptures. The garden was designed as a children's play area. The sculptures have been there since at least 2006.

Olde Good Things
Los Angeles, CA
These statues are installed on the roof of Olde Good Things. The lion is a mass-produced water fountain. These statues were frequently used at amusement parks. The Humpty Dumpty statue was also mass-produced and was typically installed at mini golf courses. I have not seen this moose or Taweret statues before. [map]

animal sculptures
Hanford, CA
These animal sculptures are made from scrap metal. They are installed in front of someone's house. Does anyone know more about them? [map]

Steele Realty
Elk Grove, CA
Steele Realty opened here around 1988. Ray Steele has been adding statues and farming equipment to his office interior and property since then. These statues have been there since at least 2003. The statues of the Miner and Abraham Lincoln were gone by 2014. The Indian and Buffalo statues are still there. They appear to be the work of Ken Fox who has created other giant statues in California. The Buffalo contains a time capsule in its hump. [map]

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