Los Angeles, California: Home for Wayward StreetlightsA 1993 art installation of 25 antique municipal street lamps, created by artist Sheila Klein in cooperation with the Los Angeles Bureau of Street Lighting. Though originally scheduled to stay put for a year, "Vermonica" remains in the shopping plaza parking lot.
- Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
- In the Staples/Rite Aid shopping plaza on the corner of Vermont Ave and Santa Monica Blvd.
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This sculpture is titled "Vermonica." It was created in 1993 by artist Sheila Klein. Named for the intersection where the artwork is located, the artist who initiated this project herself calls it a "drive-in museum of street lighting."[Clare Haggarty, 01/07/2013]
Home for Wayward Streetlights
Smack in the middle of a mini-mall parking lot is a bizarre collection of about two-dozen street lights of various sizes, shapes and designs. I'm sure the presence of the Department of Street Lighting one block to the east has something to do with it.[Philip Deslippe, 03/05/2007]