Here’s another San Diego mystery to solve! I can find nothing whatsoever about this very unique public art when I search the internet.
A flock of white sculpted seagulls rises at one corner of the parking lot at the Caltrans Otay Landscape Maintenance Station. (A sign at the facility entrance reads Caltrans Otay City Landscape Station.)
This prominent artwork has three different sides and can be observed when driving along Beyer Boulevard near Dairy Mart Road, or when exiting California State Route 905 onto Beyer Boulevard. The flying gulls appear to be individually attached to canvas, plastic or some other flexible stretched material of light blue color.
What is it?
Who created it?
When was it created?
Does the art conceal an antenna (my assumption) or have some other special purpose?
If you happen to know anything that would shed light on this mystery, please leave a comment!