|Statue Collections & Producers (page 3)|
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|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]|
|These animal sculptures are made from scrap metal. They are installed in front of someone's house. Does anyone know more about them? [map]|
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]|
|Star Nursery & Garden Center
|The Star Nursery & Garden Center collection of fiberglass statues faces I-25. The company had been making and selling these statues since around 1980. The business closed in 2018 but the statues are still there. [map]|
|Classic Auto Wash
|The Classic Auto Wash opened in 1986. These photos are from 2009. The place is now known as the Splash Car Wash. I believe the only thing left of this eclectic collection of statues and other things is the 20 foot tall Santa statue which was previously installed at a department store in Vermont. For more giant Santa statues like this one, see this page. [map]|
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