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Morales' masterpiece—a Statue of Liberty from driftwood. It was lent to the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore for a period in 2009, before being returned to its home at the Driftwood Museum. One of the things that makes Morales sculptures unique is that none of them are carved. They are all either screwed, nailed or tied together.
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©2015 Julie Dermansky
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Adam’s Cypress Swamp Driftwood Family Museum, Pierre Part
Morales' masterpiece—a Statue of Liberty from driftwood. It was lent to the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore for a period in 2009, before being returned to its home at the Driftwood Museum. One of the things that makes Morales sculptures unique is that none of them are carved. They  are all either screwed, nailed or tied together.