January 2011
Surface Design Journal;Winter2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p64
Trade Publication
The article presents several surface designs from Surface Design Association's members including the Red Door by Jo Woo of Duluth, Minnesota, Walls Talk by Lesley Turner of Victoria, British Columbia, and Fresh Water Salmon by Deborah Weir of Rolling Hills Estates, California.


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