An unusual metal menagerie fills this sculpture gallery. The artfully crafted animals that reside within the space are a hodgepodge of recycled metal and found figurines.
Most of the artwork is made from a blend of scrap metal, found objects, and little bronze figurines welded together to take the shape of an animal. Taking a close look at the metal beasts reveals an unlikely medley of everyday objects fused together.
While at the gallery, you can find a quirky blend of Old West scenes and artwork inspired by other eras and places. Of particular interest are the sculpture of an octopus made from an old motorcycle gas tank and a steampunk owl made from saw blades.
Know Before You Go
The Kokomo gallery is on Main Street just a couple blocks down from the world's largest petrified wood park, which you can also find on Atlas Obscura.