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21 April 2010

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Suzonne

Hi Gina,

The slate hanging on my son's wall is by a local shoeshine man/artist, Big Al Taplet. We purchased several pieces from him a number of years ago, pre-Katrina. Since then, I have learned that he evacuated to Houston after the storm. I don't know if he's even alive anymore, but I sure do miss seeing him every time I pass by Jackson Square.

Here are a couple of links for you:

http://www.chron.com/entertainment/article/NOLA-folk-artist-Big-Al-starts-over-here-1517746.php

http://jasonhurst.wordpress.com/2012/03/30/big-al-taplet/

Gina

Just wondering about the plaque above the bookcase- is there a story behind this?

Elizabeth

Oh my gosh, I love this idea... thanks for sharing!

Whitney @ Whisker Graphics

Tres hip and delightful! And I love that it can be easily transformed in the future if needed. Well done!

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