“Pink Ladies” is the piece about the Pink Lady Slipper plant that grows in Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee. It is a three-dimensional quilt piece that was painted and stitched together for the exhibit, “Piecing Together a Changing Planet,” at Biscayne National Park. It costs $2500.
“Pink Ladies” is the piece about the Pink Lady Slipper plant that grows in Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee. It is a three-dimensional quilt piece that was painted and stitched together for the exhibit, “Piecing Together a Changing Planet,” at Biscayne National Park. It costs $2500. Melani Brewer Courtesy
“Pink Ladies” is the piece about the Pink Lady Slipper plant that grows in Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee. It is a three-dimensional quilt piece that was painted and stitched together for the exhibit, “Piecing Together a Changing Planet,” at Biscayne National Park. It costs $2500. Melani Brewer Courtesy

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