Petaluma, California: Junk Art Humpty Dumpty (Gone)

Sculpted in 2013 by Patrick Amiot and Brigitte Laurent, eight feet tall, it has a clock for one eye and pays tribute to Petaluma's history of egg farming.

Directions:
West of town, on the north side of Bodega Ave., between Thompson Lane and Rohde Lane. Across the highway from Wilson Elementary School.
Hours:
2018: Reported gone.
Status:
Gone

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Junk Art Humpty Dumpty

As of Oct 2017 -- Humpty Dumpty was moved and is no longer there.

[Camille Consul, 04/25/2018]

Humpty Dumpty.

Humpty Dumpty

Driving along the country roads of Petaluma, on the way to Bodega Bay, and came across this.

[Casper684, 09/04/2016]

Eight feet tall, sculpted in 2013 by Patrick Amiot and Brigitte Laurent, it pays tribute to Petaluma's history of egg farming.


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