FLUX Fair Artist Spotlight. | Stan Squirewell.

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It sprawls across the surface, growing in various forms and shapes. Squirewell transmutes inanimate objects into living breathing works of art.

You can find Stan Squirewell’s work at FLUX Fair at Location 107.

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