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« on: June 08, 2011 07:23:08 AM »

Hey guys, I visited my sister in Colorado and went to Territory Days in Colo Springs a few years ago. I bought a hand painted ceramic tile of a Dia de los Muertos type from a vendor who had lots of them laid out on a tent. She told me her 10 year old son made it and he would be glad to know someone liked his design and work. I have loved it ever since, and when people ask about it, they can't believe a kid made it. I'd love to know who he was, or who the artist was that was selling that day. Unfortunately, I had to hurry to catch a train and the festival was packed, or I would have stopped and chatted about it. If you know someone in the area or are someone who was there as a vendor, I'd really like to hear from you!  Smiley
P.S. It might have been 2004?
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