SNAP SHOTS: YH on your wall

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SNAP SHOTS: YH on your wall

Hi there!! Last month, we opened up to you about one of the challenges we were facing as an online based business, and answered one of the fundamental questions you might have about our art- how will these pieces look in my home?   We received a lot of positive feedback and so decided to share some additional mock ups of our paintings on other people's walls.   Enjoy! 

 Want a kiss from a rose? 

Give me Libertad, but keep your death

Take a look within, hope you like what you see





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BEN
BEN

March 22, 2016

I love the look of the umbrella painting. Nice job!

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