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Junk Art Sculpture Garden - Olancha, CA
California
Just off Highway 395 near Walker Creek is a pop-up public art gallery of metal sculptures and other junk art, including a piece that accepts and offers gifts, and another labeled "Be Kind Not Right." The largest piece features a hitch hiking girl with a suitcase. The most colorful sculpture features a plaque with instructions that read: "Give and Take. Put something in give container then retrieve something from take container. You can give without taking, But not the other way around. If you choose to take without giving, the mirror will make you face yourself and the eyes will follow you for ever and ever. Just like in real life." Directions: Off of highway 395 in Olancha. Dirt road on the west side of the highway, just north of Walker Creek Road. Look for the Walker Creek Road sign (yellow and black sign) and then look for the dirt road. Admission: Free.
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Tags: highway 395; junk art; olancha; roadside attraction
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