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Lonnie Bridge Jumping by Paul Guillimette

Lonnie Bridge Jumping

Lonnie Bridge Jumping
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Code: 72PGPNT1
Price: $6,500.00
Dimensions: 67"H x 43"W x 8"L


The table is upright and resting on two of the table legs which are on the ground and the piece gets braced to the wall to hold it parallel to the wall. When the artist lived in Montana he sort of had a foster kid....he used to take him and his friends out into the country to jump off bridges into rivers. It was great fun.  At that time the artist came across this old oak table in a basement of a house he was working was half buried in dirt, yet , somehow still sturdy and strong.  It reminded him of Lonnie who had been neglected as well and somehow remained sturdy and strong.They became a perfect match for this piece.

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