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Mathias Wernerus, Holy Ghost Park, popularly known as The Dickeyville Grotto

Mathias Wernerus (1873 – 1931)

Dickeyville, Wisconsin
Richard Richardson, Three Sisters Sanctuary

Richard Richardson (b. 1948)

Goshen, Massachusetts
Boyce Luther Gulley, Mystery Castle

Boyce Luther Gulley (1883-1945)

Phoenix, Arizona
Vojtech Kopic, Kopicova skalni galerie (Kopic's sculpted rocks)

Vojtech Kopic (1909-1978

Kacanovy, Czech Republic
Ray Otis Smith, Concretealo, Circle 3 Ranch

Ray Otis Smith (1920-1999)

Chapman, Kansas
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
Isaiah Zagar, The Magic Garden + over 100 mosaic murals on buildings

Isaiah Zagar (b. 1940)

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
William Clark, Junk Yard Robots

William “Robot Man” Clark (b. 1956)

Buena, New Jersey
Loren Finch, El Fincho Rancho (Zip Zag Zoo)

Loren Finch

Agate Beach, Oregon
Emil & Veva Gehrke, Whirligigs

Emil (1902-1980) and Veva Gehrke

Grand Coulee, Washington
Gerard van Lankveld, Monera Carkos Vlado

Gerard van Lankveld (b. 1947)

Gemert, The Netherlands
Ed Galloway, Totem Pole Park

Ed Galloway (1880-1963)

Claremore, Oklahoma
Peter Valentine, Moose and Grizzly Bear’s Ville

Peter Valentine

Cambridge, Massachusetts
Dianne & Lew Harris, Tenth Wonder of the World

Dianne Harris (b. 1951) and Lew Harris (b. 1939)

Los Angeles, California
Joseph Endicott Furey

Joseph Endicott Furey (1906-1990)

New York, New York
George Daynor, Palace Depression

George Daynor (circa 1860-1964)

Vineland, New Jersey
Eddie Owens Martin (St. EOM), Pasaquan

Eddie Owens Martin (St. EOM) (1908 - 1986)

Buena Vista, Georgia
James Harold Jennings, Art World (Bus with whirligigs)

James Harold Jennings (1931-1999)

Yadkin, North Carolina
Fred Smith, Wisconsin Concrete Park

Fred Smith (1886-1976)

Phillips, Wisconsin
Herman A. Rusch, Prairie Moon Museum and Sculpture Garden

Herman A. Rusch (1885-1985)

Cochrane, Wisconsin
Gerald Finot, Le jardin des deux mondes (Garden of the two worlds)

Gerald Finot (b. 1954)

Quatre-Champs, France
Vollis Simpson, Whirligig Park

Vollis Simpson (b. 1919)

Lucama, North Carolina
Henry & Helen Derksen, Bottle Ranch

Henry and Helen Derksen

Dallas, Oregon
Emanuele "Litto" Damonte, Litto’s Place (Hub Cap Ranch)

Emanuele "Litto" Damonte (1892-1985)

St Helena, California
Florence Deeble, Rock Garden

Florence Deeble (1900-1999)

Lucas, Kansas
Duke Cahill, Yard art (statues and assemblage fence)

Duke Cahill (b. 1920)

Sacramento, California
Mrs. Letha Shepard, Garden

Mrs. Letha (George H.) Shepard

Wichita, Kansas
Sanford Darling, House of a 1000 Paintings

Sanford Darling (1894-1973)

Santa Barbara, California
John Guidici, Capedro (AKA Capidro)

John Guidici (1887-1976)

San Mateo, California
Veronica Terrillion

Veronica Terrillion (1908– 2003)

Croghan, New York
Francisco del Rio Cuenca, Casa de las Conchas (“House of Shells”)

Francisco del Rio Cuenca (1926-2010)

Montoro, Spain
Anna & Wayne Wolfer, Eaglemount Rockeries

Anna & (b. 1904?) Wayne Wolfer (d. 1978?)

Port Townsend, Washington
Giant Whirligigs

Riverside, Washington
Calvin & Ruby Black, Possum Trot

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

Barstow-Victorville, California
Francisco González Grajera, Capricho de Cotrina (“Cotrina’s Whimsy”)

Francisco González Grajera (b. 1935)

Los Santos de Maimona, Spain
Nek Chand, Children’s Museum

Nek Chand

Washington, District of Columbia
Joseph Laux, Garden

Joseph Laux (1904-1991)

Deptford Township, New Jersey
Angelo Nardone, Villa Capri

Angelo Nardone (b. 1933)

Nutley, New Jersey
Justo Gallego Martinez's Cathedral

Justo Gallego Martínez (b. 1925)

Madrid, Spain
Freida Warther, Button House

Freida Warther (1891-1988)

Dover, Ohio

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