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Moon Dancers—Wolves Suncatcher by Lee Kromschroeder

Moon Dancers—Wolves Suncatcher

by Lee Kromschroeder

Item No: 4641610120

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Beveled-cut glass suncatchers feature images from your favorite Wild Wings artists. Includes 10" leather cord for hanging and black fabric lined box for storage. Printed with fade-resistant inks. Made exclusively by Wild Wings. Designed and printed in the USA. Size, 8"H x 7"W, weighs 18oz.

Orientation:PortraitProduct Type:Suncatcher
Height:8"Brand:Wild Wings
Width:7"Edition:Open Edition
Depth:0.25"
Orientation:PortraitProduct Type:Suncatcher
Height:8"Brand:Wild Wings
Width:7"Edition:Open Edition
Depth:0.25"
Lee Kromschroeder

Lee Kromschroeder

Artist
Lee Kromschroeder has been creating worlds on canvas since he was four. Many of these early paintings reflected the interests of other children growing up in Southern California, the ocean before him, the mountains nearby and, of course, rocket ships. But these typical subjects were supplemented with something more. Kromschroeder's...

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Description

Beveled-cut glass suncatchers feature images from your favorite Wild Wings artists. Includes 10" leather cord for hanging and black fabric lined box for storage. Printed with fade-resistant inks. Made exclusively by Wild Wings. Designed and printed in the USA. Size, 8"H x 7"W, weighs 18oz.

Product Specifications
Orientation:PortraitProduct Type:Suncatcher
Height:8"Brand:Wild Wings
Width:7"Edition:Open Edition
Depth:0.25"
Orientation:PortraitProduct Type:Suncatcher
Height:8"Brand:Wild Wings
Width:7"Edition:Open Edition
Depth:0.25"
About the artist
Lee Kromschroeder

Lee Kromschroeder

Artist
Lee Kromschroeder has been creating worlds on canvas since he was four. Many of these early paintings reflected the interests of other children growing up in Southern California, the ocean before him, the mountains nearby and, of course, rocket ships. But these typical subjects were supplemented with something more. Kromschroeder's...

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