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James Harold Jennings, Art World (Bus with whirligigs)

James Harold Jennings (1931-1999)

Yadkin, North Carolina
Enoch Tanner (E.T.)  Wickham, Stone Park

Enoch Tanner (E.T.) Wickham (June 1883 - August 1970)

Palmyra, Tennessee
Adolphe-Julien (Abbé) Fouré, Les Rochers Sculptés (The Sculpted Rocks)

Adolphe-Julien (Abbé) Fouré (1839-1910)

Saint-Malo, France
Mrs. Letha Shepard, Garden

Mrs. Letha (George H.) Shepard

Wichita, Kansas
Josep Jordà i Olivé, El Museu Jordà/Mas de les Figures (The Jordá Museum/The House of Figures)

Josep Jordà i Olivé (1865 – October 3, 1953)

Tarragona, Spain
Xicu Cabanyes, Bosc de Can Ginebreda (The Forest at Can Ginebreda)

Xicu Cabanyes (b. September 28, 1946)

Porqueres, Spain
Anton Flatoff, Tony’s Fan Fair

Anton “Tony” Flatoff (1914; death ca 1995)

Stevens Point, Wisconsin
Alpo's Savannah

Alpo Koivumäki (born 1939)

Kauhajoki, Finland
Joseph Endicott Furey

Joseph Endicott Furey (1906-1990)

New York, New York
Alexis le Breton, Seigneurie de la mare au poivre (Country manor of Pepper Pond)

Alexis le Breton (1929-2009)

Locqueltas, France
Samuel Mirelez, Little Masterpieces (Birdhouse yard show)

Samuel Mirelez (1928-2007)

San Antonio, Texas
Michael Kahn & Leda Livant-Kahn, Eliphante

Michael Kahn (March 30, 1936 – December 2007) and Leda Livant-Kahn (b. September 17, 1925)

Cornville, Arizona
Charles W. Gregory, Wonder Tower

Charles W. Gregory

Genoa, Colorado
Richard Richardson, Three Sisters Sanctuary

Richard Richardson (b. 1948)

Goshen, Massachusetts
Goldfield Bottle Tree

Goldfield, Nevada
Fernand Chatelain, “Le jardin humoristique” (“The humoristic garden”)

Fernand Chatelain (1899-1998)

Fyé, France
Justo Gallego Martinez's Cathedral

Justo Gallego Martínez (b. 1925)

Madrid, Spain
Harvey Smith Ladew II, Topiary Gardens

Harvey Smith Ladew II (1887-1976)

4, Marshall, Maryland
Silvio Barile, Italian-American Museum

Silvio Barile

Redford Charter Township, Michigan
Marcel Dhièvre, Au Petit Paris (Little Paris)

Marcel Dhièvre (1898-1977)

Saint-Dizier, France
Bodan Litnianski, Le jardin de coquillage (The Shell Garden)

Bodan Litnianski (1913-2005)

Viry-Noureuil, France
Félix Sanpériz Gistau, La Casa de Cristál (The Glass House)

Félix Sanpériz Gistau (ca. 1933-ca. 2009)

Spain
Q. J. Stephenson, Occoneechee Trapper's Lodge (Earth House)

Q. J. Stephenson

Garysburg, North Carolina
Cathérine Moreno, "Le musée de l'artiste"  (The Artist's Museum)

Cathérine Moreno (b. 1970)

Vic-Fezensac, France
Giovanni Cammarata, La Casa del Cavaliere (The House of the Knight)

Giovanni Cammarata (1914-2002)

Messina, Italy
Buddy Rogers, Hollywood

Buddy Rogers

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

Loren Finch

Agate Beach, Oregon
Ger Leegwater, Nederlands Kremlin (Kremlin of the Netherlands)

Ger Leegwater (b. 1945)

Winkel, The Netherlands
John Orgon, Scott Pterodactyl, and Homemade Parachutes Productions, Art House

John Orgon, Scott Pterodactyl, and Homemade Parachutes Productions

New Orleans, Louisiana
Dr. Charles Smith, African-American Heritage Museum and Black Veterans Archive

Dr. Charles Smith (born 11/22/1940)

Hammond, Louisiana
Frank Van Zant (Chief Rolling Mountain Thunder), Thunder Mountain Monument

Frank Van Zant (Chief Rolling Mountain Thunder) (1921-1989)

Imlay, Nevada
Prum, Skinny Girl TV Repair, aka Prum’s TV Clinic

Prum (b. ca. 1950)

Tempe, Arizona
Veijo Rönkkönen

Veijo Rönkkönen (1944-2010)

Parikkala, Finland
Armand Schulthess, Der Garten des Wissens (The Garden of Knowledge)

Armand Schulthess (1901-1972)

Isorno, Switzerland
George Phar Legler, Valley of the Moon

George Phar Legler (1885-?)

Tucson, Arizona
Rasmus Petersen, Petersen Rock Gardens

Rasmus Petersen (1883-1952)

Redmond, Oregon
Samúel Jónsson

Samúel Jónsson (1884-1969)

Selárdalur, Iceland
Robert Vasseur, “La Maison de vaiselle cassé” (“The broken crockery house”)

Robert Vasseur (1908-2002)

Louviers, France
Howard Finster, Paradise Garden

Howard Finster (1916–2001)

Summerville, Georgia
Florent Hamel, Les Jardins de Spiktri/Spiktri’s Gardens

Florent Hamel (known as F. Spiktri) (b. 1971)

Montséret, France

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