Sunday, June 19, 2011


On a Wing and a Prayer... hand chased & repousse "motto" banner of recycled aluminum mounted on a wedge of rustic weathered wood. 

Approx 8"L x  1"H.
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Available at Big Mama's Hula Girl Gallery in Grayton Beach, FL.

1 comment:

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