Charles Kasling, Driftwood Charley's World of Lost Art

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A 2/5 acre site listed as a California State Historical Marker.  Described by Seymour Rosen as “a kind of above-ground archeological dig with bas relief and miniature villages.  His fantasy animals, sourdoughs with donkeys and amorphous shapes populate an almost formal garden.” Celebration of Ourselves, page 135. Rock and concrete assemblages in desert area representing patriotic, religious, and Old West figures such as miniature villages and free-standing sculptures.  CA State Landmark #939.

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