Jul 29, 2010 - Issue 386
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Fabric of Life
By Margaret Warfield, , Atlanta GA
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Margaret Warfield ~ Artist


Fabric Of Life is available as a fine art giclee on acid free water color paper

Size: 11x14

Artist Comment: Three cords are not easily broken...

$25.00 USD

Click here to purchase Fabric Of Life

Click here to contact Ms. Warfield

Art Exhibit of Margaret Warfield's Work

In My Mind's Eye... Turning Vision Into Reality

The visions of Margaret Warfield
July 17 thru August 8, 2010
Just Lookin' Gallery
40 Summit Avenue
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Also a sneak peak at Margaret's new Book
In My Mind's Eye... Turning Vision Into Reality

Click here to purchase or preview the first 23 pages of the book

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