Palo Alto, California: Go, Mama: Big Weird Doll (Gone)

Sculpted by Marta Thoma in 2000, it's a six-foot-tall bronze Mexican doll with a girl's face in its belly. Removed and returned to the artist in 2018.

Directions:
Downtown, on the northeast corner of California Ave. and Ash St.
Status:
Gone

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Go, Mama.

Go, Mama: Big Creepy Doll

Marta Thoma's eyebrow-raising sculpture "Go, Mama!" is as creepy and whimsical as it controversial. Here's looking at you, doll-face!

[Emily, 03/01/2016]

Thoma also sculpted "Rrrun" in Palo Alto, known informally as the Naked Running Car Statue.


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