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Bird Tree 18" x 24" Pallet Art Sign by Catherine McClung

Bird Tree 18" x 24" Pallet Art Sign

by Catherine McClung

Item No: 5209611013

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Express yourself with pallet art from Wild Wings! Signs are constructed of real maple wood slats and hang from a single strap hanger. Created from natural elements, each piece is unique and colors may vary. Made in the USA. 18" x 24"

Orientation:PortraitBrand:Wild Wings
Height:24"Medium:Wood
Width:18"Origin:Made in USA
Depth:1"Display Location:Wall Mount
Product Type:18" x 24" Pallet Art Sign
Orientation:PortraitBrand:Wild Wings
Height:24"Medium:Wood
Width:18"Origin:Made in USA
Depth:1"Display Location:Wall Mount
Product Type:18" x 24" Pallet Art Sign
Catherine McClung

Catherine McClung

Artist
Considering herself blessed to combine work with her passion, Catherine McClung’s paintings are a record of her observations of nature. Growing up in Toronto, Canada, her mother taught her all the names of the flowers in her modest backyard. “I recall my first spectacular bird sighting as if it were...

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Description

Express yourself with pallet art from Wild Wings! Signs are constructed of real maple wood slats and hang from a single strap hanger. Created from natural elements, each piece is unique and colors may vary. Made in the USA. 18" x 24"

Product Specifications
Orientation:PortraitBrand:Wild Wings
Height:24"Medium:Wood
Width:18"Origin:Made in USA
Depth:1"Display Location:Wall Mount
Product Type:18" x 24" Pallet Art Sign
Orientation:PortraitBrand:Wild Wings
Height:24"Medium:Wood
Width:18"Origin:Made in USA
Depth:1"Display Location:Wall Mount
Product Type:18" x 24" Pallet Art Sign
About the artist
Catherine McClung

Catherine McClung

Artist
Considering herself blessed to combine work with her passion, Catherine McClung’s paintings are a record of her observations of nature. Growing up in Toronto, Canada, her mother taught her all the names of the flowers in her modest backyard. “I recall my first spectacular bird sighting as if it were...

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