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  • Sharon Rains

    logo_smith-paints garden artist, Esteban McGrath, (San Juan, Puerto Rico. Esteban is very accomplished in using hypertufa and concrete to make wonderful planters and other objects. He uses Smith Paints stains and surface dyes.

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