Junk art extraordinaire

Full story: Carrollton Free Press Standard

The flower will be raffled as a fundraiser for Hospice. Potts created the limited edition flowers out of junk parts and recycled metal.
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Dave Potts

Orrville, OH

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Dec 13, 2010
 
GREAT article, good job cous.
Euro_K2me

Williamsburg, VA

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Dec 26, 2010
 
Very nice! Going to get one of those corn stalks on my next trip through Ohio. Pretty Cool.

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