Welcome to the Bungled Jungle
See The Varmints At These Locations:
See the Steampunk Inventions at Paulette Brodeur's gallery,
while marveling at her eclectic, abstract, whimsical, soul-inspired fine art.
133 East 2nd Street
Palm Springs, California
Villagefest, downtown on Palm Canyon Drive
Thursday evenings, 6p.m. - 10p.m.
La Quinta, California
Art on Main Street, Old Town La Quinta
February 17 and March 17, 10 a.m. - 4p.m.
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The Bungled Jungle
132 West First St,
Salida, CO 81201
Friday 11 - 4
Saturday 11 - 4
Sunday 11 - 3
We will probably be open other days as well; call for hours.
The Maverick Potter
119 F Street
Sunday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Green Horse Gallery
729 Manitou Ave.
Manitou Springs, CO
Monday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
See something you would like to purchase???
Here's how to do it:
To view Monsters for Sale or SteamPunk Machines for sale, click the buttons above, marked, cleverly enough, "Monsters for Sale" or "SteamPunk Machines for Sale".
Send us an email with your selection and your phone number and information about when we can reach you by phone. We will call and collect Mastercard or Visa numbers and get your shipping address. If you are outside of Colorado, there is no sales tax. Shipping on most small items is as low as $5 (Priority Mail, USPS.)
What You're Lookin' At
Each of these varmints/creatures/monsters/whatevers is a one-of-a-kind, unique, made-by-hand sculpture. Each piece is sculpted, in a layered process using a variety of plastics, rubber, clay, metals and foolishness. It takes between 2 weeks to a month to build each piece (or longer on really extravagant pieces.) Check out our photo gallery for lots of examples.
You may be asking yourself, "Well, what are they for?" And we can proudly answer, "Not much," but they do make you laugh. Also, you'll notice if you hang one on a wall or in a space, you won't have to clean quite so often... folks tend to overlook things, like cleanliness, if there is something in their field of view that has an awful lot of teeth and it is looking back at them. The effect has been scientifically proven (I just made that up to add authority here) to be cumulative...the more varmints you've got up, the less cleaning you'll have to do...why you can even put off painting for a couple of years. Talk about your labor saving devices...you can figure out for yourself just how cost effective these guys really are.
Who Buys Them:
We're often asked, just who buys these? We can only answer "People with a twinkle in their eyes."
- People who let their inner child out to play,
- Dentists (great distraction factor),
- School principals,
- Faux-trophy hunters
- People with better things to do than clean
- Musicians, artists and other riff-raff,
- Silly people, Teachers (great teaching aids)
- Computer geeks
- People whose sense of humor is greater than their judgment
Now how much art do you own that has complete (and free!) dental coverage? If your varmint bites down on something unforgiving...no worries. We replace any broken teeth!
How do you clean them?
Hose 'em down. Using a spray, like the vegetable sprayer on a sink, quickly blast out the dust in the pores, shake off the excess water and let air dry. Try THAT on your fine art
Bungle Jungle in the Press.
Read a recent article in the Mountain Mail newspaper.
We now have a permanent gallery in Salida Colorado. Downtown, near the stoplight at 132 West First Street.
This is our Arizona Renaissance Fair Booth, see us here every February and March.