Richard Satula’s massive-rig art gallery is the extremely definition of a modern-day roadside attraction.
For just above a calendar year now, the eye-catching 18-wheeler truck has occupied a modest but notable scrap of land at the south-japanese edge of Petaluma exactly where Adobe Street meets Phase Gulch Highway. Emblazoned with the phrases “Sandra’s Cell Artwork Gallery” and a big pair of portraits of ornately-attired Victorian-period women of all ages, the 48-foot-extensive semi-trailer effortlessly catches the consideration of motorists.
In accordance to Satula, as soon as people capture a glimpse of the neon “open” signal and the bright yellow sandwich-board out front that reads “Hand Manufactured Presents, Toys, Crafts, Etcetera.” — a good amount of drivers cease to see what particularly is on display inside that truck.
“Sometimes, in a single working day I see just a person human being, in some cases 10,” he said. “I assume I normal