Travis in the Shilling Studio 2012
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Panoramic photo by Robert Snache EXPERT Taken 02:00, 15/10/2012 - Views loading...


Travis in the Shilling Studio 2012

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Built by the late Arthur Shilling Painter, Rama First Nation and now the working Studio of his sons Be & Travis.

  • Peter 9 months ago
    That looks like a cool table. Can you please tell me the name / website?
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