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The Texas Longhorn, a majestic creature that was feral in the United States southwestern territories for almost two hundred years.  With horns spanning up to seven feet, They roamed with little worry about predators.

This round piece is 29" and made from a metal fire pit reclaimed from flood debris in Houston, Texas.

100% of the auction proceeds (minus shipping) will be donated to residents recovering from Hurricane Harvey.
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All proceeds from this auction (after shipping costs) will be donated to Generations Church (a local Houston church helping with recovery), care of lead pastor Joseph Rios.

Note: Kuttlefish donates all fees to the relief effort as well.


Reuse. Repurpose. Reimagine. Unique artistic creations made from reclaimed materials.

Phoenix area Reclamation Artist, Armando Heredia, returned Monday, September 18, 2017 from Houston, Texas.

He traveled to the area to create artwork from flood debris in the aftermath of hurricane Harvey.

His art does not memorialize the weather event, instead all of the work, which is currently being auctioned online, represents Texas' state symbols.

"The Hurricane and flooding happened to the great people of Houston, it does not define who they are," reasoned Heredia.
"These symbols, the Longhorn, Mockingbird, Ruby Red Grapefruit, and others, have long been declared symbolic of the state, and for good reason."

The art is being auctioned here at

The auction will run through Sunday, September 24, 2017.



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