A bunch of fiberglass dolphins all painted up. Sort of like in the USA when they did the cows, pigs, buffalo and, in Minnesota, Linus and Lucy since Charles Schultz hailed from St. Paul. Each one had a little plague with the artists' name. Nothing else. No explanation as to why these things were painted in the first place. Nothing about the artist or why they chose to paint their dolphin as they did. Nothing, nada, zilch.
Since we live on an island, I thought this one was the best.
The rest of them could have been left on the truck. I can only assume that these were done by serious, "professional" artists. Most of them look like they were done by somebody in first year elementary school art class. So take a look and see what you think.
Finally, I leave you with this one. I think when he heard the directive to paint a dolphin, he didn't quite get the concept. He just "painted a dolphin".