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2006 Wendy L Starn

Vanishing Wetlands: Legislative Compromise

434 adhesive bandages, corn pad, gauze, adhesive tape, spanish moss, netting, cotton fabric, acrylic paint
24"h x 48" w
Blue Ribbon, Creative Wall Hanging, Rapides Parish Fair, 2007

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Uploaded: February 14, 2007
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  • Shirley (Private)
    9 years 6 months ago
    WOW........
    I just wandered over from your blog and don't know where to look first. I had come looking for the alligator so I'll best comment here.
    I for one would never have guessed what he is made of. What inspired choices. Coming from the land of crocs the size of cars..I can appreciate how fearsome he is. Are they endangered? I suppose they must be as civilisation moves into the swamp lands and as your title suggests. Isn't that the way..compromise. There should be no compromises before you loose such amazing creations. Thank you for doing your bit towards awareness and sharing your work.
    All of your work is innovative...and so varied. I'll be back for a better look when I get my new glasses.
    Shirley