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"Sonoran Desert & Pottery Scene"
Wood stove wall tile mural in tile artist Julia Sweda's home.

Painting features typical critters and vegetation found in the Sonoran Desert.
Mule Deer buck and doe, Gambel's quail, cactus wren, Harris antelope squirrel, Western Banded Gecko.
Saguaro, prickly pear cactus, cholla, desert spoon, ocotillo and desert grasses.
Southwestern pottery and hieroglyphics.

Custom designed decorative wood stove wall tile mural.
Hand painted on 6 x 6 inch ceramic tile.
Dimensions: Painted tiles are 72 inches high x 96 inches wide.

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Julia's tile art can be used to decorate any room, kitchen, backsplash, bathroom, shower
or be used in exterior, out-of-doors applications.

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"Sonoran Desert & Pottery Scene" wood stove wall tile mural. ArtworksbyJulia.com
Bottom 3 feet of wall mural used the same 12 inch floor tiles used in floor throughout house.
Floor tiles were cut at top with an irregular cut to blend in with the painted tile mural.

"Sonoran Desert & Pottery Scene" wall tile mural, left panel. "Sonoran Desert & Pottery Scene" wood stove wall tile mural, right panel.
 
"Sonoran Desert & Pottery Scene" wood stove wall tile mural. Close-up of mule deer.
Close-up of Mule Deer, ocotillo and giant Saguaro cactus.
  
"Sonoran Desert & Pottery Scene" wood stove wall tile mural. Close-up of pottery and Harris's antelope squirrel.
Close-up of Harris's antelope squirrel, Western banded gecko, old Southwestern pottery.

"Sonoran Desert & Pottery Scene" wood stove wall tile mural. Close-up of Southwestern pottery artifacts, hieroglyphics.
Close-up of Southwestern pottery relics, Gambel's quail, cactus wren sitting on flowering cholla cactus.
 


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