What’s the deal with Laumeier’s new dragon sculpture park?
The new Laumeer Dragon Sculpture Park is now officially open to the public and has seen its first day of operations in a new city, a video posted to Facebook by the city of Los Angeles shows.
The video shows a crowd of onlookers as Laumeers Eric and Angelica Laumeiers, who live in the nearby neighborhood of La Mesa, sit down to paint a massive dragon.
The dragon, a replica of the mythical “Giant Black Dragon,” has been a fixture in Los Angeles’ skyline for decades.
The new Dragon Screstage Park was set to open on Thursday in the South Bay neighborhood of Los Feliz, but was pushed back to Friday due to flooding and flooding concerns.
It reopened in the city’s South Bay early Saturday, after a short delay.
The new park will feature a total of 14,000 square feet of sculpture.
The park is located at 8200 South Bay Blvd.
in Los Felise.
The Laumeres and Eric Laumeies were originally scheduled to open the park on Thursday.
The news of the new location comes less than two weeks after Eric Laumes death.