Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau, Shot for Shot, Wild West Art, Dia de los Muertos Art, Sugar Skull Art, Candy Skull, Skull Art, Skeleton Art

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Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau, Shot for Shot, Wild West Art, David Lozeau Dia de los Muertos Art

Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau, Cross Draw, Wild West Art, Dia de los Muertos Art, Sugar Skull Art, Candy Skull - 1

Cross Draw by David Lozeau | Day of the Dead

Day of the Dead Artist David Lozeau, Cross Draw, David Lozeau Dia de los Muertos Art

New West - The Old West Art of Jack Sorenson

Count His Blessings Tapestry- Count His Blessings Tapestry Count His Blessings tapestry coverlet. Great for hanging on the wall as a tapestry, throwing over your legs as a coverlet or afghan, or laying it across a sofa as a throw. This tapestry is be

The skeleton cowboy reloads his lever action rifle and hones in on his next target. Painting ProcessThe background was painted...

The Lever Action

The skeleton cowboy reloads his lever action rifle and hones in on his next target. Painting ProcessThe background was painted.

Wild West Art -- Hasta la Muerte by David Lozeau by David Lozeau, via Flickr

Wild West Art -- Hasta la Muerte by David Lozeau by David Lozeau, via Flickr

Autriche, Vienne, palais du Belvédère du XVIIIe siècle avec sculptures modernes de Franz West  © Ludovic Maisant

for rec arts fair? interactive sculpture, people chip away to reveal things or colored layers?

Zoe Wodarz Cactus Out West Art Print | DENY Designs Home Accessories

Zoe Wodarz Cactus Out West Art Print

Cactus tapestry perfect for a small space. Design by artist Zoe Wodarz available at DENY Designs.

This Art Deco Emerson "Mae West" radio was designed by Count Alexis De Sakhnoffsky. This provocative design using circular shaped wood was radical in a time when rectangular tombstone radios and furniture-like consoles were stylish. No other radio made by Emerson compares to the Mae West in design. This is what makes the BD-197 quite rare today and would be the highlight of any radio collection. Radio's cabinet was made for Emerson Radio by Ingraham of Bristol, Connecticut

“ 1938 Emerson “Mae West” Art Deco SW-Radio, designed by Count Alexis de Sakhnoffsky, made by Ingraham & Co. and sold by Emerson.

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