it’s a prototype!


All framed up & ready for display @ Amaya’s Taco Village, Southpark meadows, Austin, Texas…this is the first and we both love the metallic backing. That blue! The owner is thrilled and I’m so excited to see my work on a wall. Big, big, big thanks to my dear friend and co-artist Vernon Rust, I could not have pulled this together without your help and enthusiasm!



One thought on “it’s a prototype!

  1. Absolutely perfect, love the blue and metallic baking as well, it really compliments the art work! The owner will be thrilled forever to have such a beautiful, colorful, energetic, signature work of art from “Helen Bird”. Congratulations I do send to both of you Owner and Artist, more then happy and thrilled for you Helen and give thumbs up to your helping friend Vernon as well! Sending love~Eva

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