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49 in(147 cm x 124 cm)
Gregory Case Photography
Tornadoes are a terrifying weather phenomenon that can swoop down and wreck whole communities with little notice. They happen when a cold air mass collides with a warm air mass, causing a storm that rotates and forms a funnel cloud. When it forms over water it is called a waterspout. When it forms over the ground it is a tornado.
Silk, cotton, acrylic paint
Raw edge appliquéd, free motion quilted, ice dyed, painted