They could be mistaken for high fashion gift boxes. Or wood, steel, glass and aluminum sculptures. Or maybe tiny modernist structures.
“Someone wrote to say they wanted to live in one,” says Eva Schone of her elegant trophies, some architecturally inspired. “I take that as a compliment.”
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Michael Barnes writes about Austin’s people, places, culture and history.