Francisco González Gragera, Capricho de Cotrina (“Cotrina’s Whimsy”)

Francisco González Gragera (1935-2016)

Los Santos de Maimona, Spain
Emeryville Mud Flats (AKA Driftwood sculptures - Tidal Flats)

Oakland, California
Walker Rock Garden

Milton and Florence Walker

Seattle, Washington
Ed Galloway, Totem Pole Park

Ed Galloway (1880-1963)

Claremore, Oklahoma
Anton Flatoff, Tony’s Fan Fair

Anton “Tony” Flatoff (1914; death ca 1995)

Stevens Point, Wisconsin
James Harold Jennings, Art World (Bus with whirligigs)

James Harold Jennings (1931-1999)

Yadkin, North Carolina
George and Pam Farnham, Fantasy Farm (aka Farnham Colossi)

George and Pam Farnham

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
Giant Whirligigs

Riverside, Washington
Angelo Nardone, Villa Capri

Angelo Nardone (b. 1933)

Nutley, New Jersey
John Orgon, Scott Pterodactyl, and Homemade Parachutes Productions, Art House

John Orgon, Scott Pterodactyl, and Homemade Parachutes Productions

New Orleans, Louisiana
Enrico Capra, Il cantiere infinito (The infinite site)

Enrico Capra (1934-January 27, 2014)

San Daniele Po, Italy
Margaret’s Grocery and Market

Reverend Harmon D. Dennis (March 25, 1916 – September 6, 2011) and Margaret Dennis (February 8, 1916 – October 7, 2009)

Vicksburg, Mississippi
Pierre Avezard, Le Manège (The Merry-go-round)

Pierre Avezard (1909-1992)

Dicy, France
Tyree Guyton, The Heidelberg Project

Tyree Guyton (b. 1955)

Detroit, Michigan
Fred Smith, Wisconsin Concrete Park

Fred Smith (1886-1976)

Phillips, Wisconsin
Sanford Darling, House of a 1000 Paintings

Sanford Darling (1894-1973)

Santa Barbara, California
Peter Buch, El jardí de Peter

Peter Buch (b. 1938)

Spain
Fernand Chatelain, “Le jardin humoristique” (“The humoristic garden”)

Fernand Chatelain (1899-1998)

Fyé, France
Robert Johnson

Robert Johnson (b. 1949)

Franklin, New York
Duke Cahill, Yard art (statues and assemblage fence)

Duke Cahill (b. 1920)

Sacramento, California
Calvin & Ruby Black, Possum Trot

Calvin Black (1903-1972) and Ruby Black (1915-1980)

Barstow-Victorville, California
Taya Doro Mitchell's home

Taya Doro Mitchell (b. 1934)

Oakland, California
Ed Root sculptures, Kansas Grassroots Art Association

Ed Root (1869-1959)

Wilson, Kansas
Silvio Barile, Italian-American Museum

Silvio Barile (1938-2019)

Redford Charter Township, Michigan
Rasmus Petersen, Petersen Rock Gardens

Rasmus Petersen (1883-1952)

Redmond, Oregon
Freida Warther, Button House

Freida Warther (1891-1988)

Dover, Ohio
Josep Pujiula i Vila, Poblat Salvatge  (“Wild Village”), Towers, and Labyrinth

Josep Pujiula i Vila (1937-2016)

Argelaguer, Spain
William Clark, Junk Yard Robots

William “Robot Man” Clark (b. 1956)

Buena, New Jersey
Robert Howell, Yard Show

Robert Howell (d. 2004)

Midlothian, Virginia
Manfred Gnädinger, Museo de Man

Manfred Gnädinger (1936-2002)

Camelle, Spain
Peter Valentine, Moose and Grizzly Bear’s Ville

Peter Valentine

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Roger Chomeaux (Chomo), Le village d’art préludien (The Village of Preludian art)

Roger Chomeaux (Chomo) (1907-1999)

Achères-la-Forêt, France
Adolphe-Julien (Abbé) Fouré, Les Rochers Sculptés (The Sculpted Rocks)

Adolphe-Julien (Abbé) Fouré (1839-1910)

Saint-Malo, France
Tressa ‘Grandma’ Prisbrey, Bottle Village

Tressa ‘Grandma’ Prisbrey (1896-1988)

Simi Valley, California
Pietro Moschini, Casa-Museo Pietro Moschini

Pietro Moschini (1923-2011)

Tuscania, Italy
Veijo Rönkkönen

Veijo Rönkkönen (1944-2010)

Parikkala, Finland
Antonio Aguilera Ruedas, La Casa de la Piedra [The House of Stone]

Antonio Aguilera Ruedas, aka Rueda (May 5, 1896–November 25, 1980)

Porcuna, Spain
Camille Vidal, Garden of Eden/ Noah’s Ark

Camille Vidal (1894-1977)

Agde, France
Al Butler, Calexico Colossal

Al Butler (1908-1977)

Calexico, California
José Domínguez Carbajo, El Recreo (The Recreation/The Pastime)

José Domínguez Carbajo, b. 1936

Roales, Spain

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