By C.C.

Click on a tile for title and specs. Each tile in this series comes with or without corner screw holes.

kestrel-on-a-wire

Kestrel on a Wire © 2002 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

Tecolotitos©2008CSniderBryan

Tecolotitos © 2008 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Bats © 2002 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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10 ft above our roof © 2003 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Leaf for your ear, crook for your body © 2005 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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From a Dog’s Nose © 2006 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Year of the Dog © 2006 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Kuaua © 2008 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Los Álamos © 2008 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Orb Spider © 2003 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Gambel Mom © 2004 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

Roadrunner’s Yard & Snails © 2003 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

Swallowtail on your way to grapes © 2008 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Chevy © 2008 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Ursus © 2004 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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Winter Crows © 2002 CSniderBryan all rights reserved

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