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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Who is behind the Pink Ladies of Montecito Heights?

Photo by Frank Mason/Used with permission

This week’s fog and low clouds have shrouded a mysterious new sight on a Montecito Heights hilltop: six statues of female figures painted pink. John Glueckert, who came across the statues this weekend, said he thinks they might be associated with a breast cancer awareness campaign.But he is not sure who created the statues he wrote about on a neighborhood message group:

Photo by Frank Mason

Out at the intersection of Radio Road and Thomas Street early Saturday morning emerged a rejuvenated artistic sculpture and a reminder of breast cancer awareness. Sometime Sunday the art work progressed further down Thomas although there aren’t any photos of that installation attached.

Earlier today, Glueckert, in an email to The Eastsider, said two of the statues had already been vandalized, with one thrown to the floor and the other left dangling from a pole.

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