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Been going to Sebastopol for over 30 years and had noted the art around town but was not aware of Florence street. Took a stroll through the Florence street blocks and enjoyed the many smiles from the art evoked. Definitely worth your time!
This is one of the gems of our town. Unlike any other art anywhere else. Sprinkled throughout town at some of the businesses and homes. But a concentration on them in Florence Ave.
day or night is incredible. Each a unique experience. Actually have taken...More
A half-hour walk up and own Sebastopol's Florence Street will put a big smile on your face! A three-block-long section features "junk art" or "urban folk art" sculptures by residents Patrick Amiot and Bridgette Laurent. These zany pieces can't help but make you laugh! Park...More
Walk down Florence ave in Sebastopol and experience the art of Patrick Amiot. He puts together these assemblages of cast off metal pieces into a whimsical and often humorous caricature. Then his wife paints them.
Warning! You need to park your car and walk. It's a lovely neighborhood with cars on both sides of a fairly narrow street.
The art is installed in most of the neighborhood yards and it's lots of fun to look at and take photos. Find...More
We just happened to drive along Florence Avenue through Sebastopol, and noticed all of the sculptures in various folk's front yards. We parked nearby and strolled the street, pausing and enjoying each whimsical and clever art piece in turn. The best hour we have spent...More
Response from Dorothy J | Reviewed this property |
I'll just refer you to all the folks who replied before me. They are sculptures made from a variety of objects that are mostly metal of some type. Some are very colorfully painted. Depending on how old they are, some have... More
I'll just refer you to all the folks who replied before me. They are sculptures made from a variety of objects that are mostly metal of some type. Some are very colorfully painted. Depending on how old they are, some have natural blistering from the weather. Florence St has the highest concentration .. but the sculptures are found all over Sebastopol. Not sure what you even mean by "continuity".