When Ted Schrader walked into Sedona Green, he couldn't resist purchasing my lizard painting. Now it keeps him company in his bedroom in Springville, Utah. Floridian Benni Heacock bought this placemat painting from Sedona Trading Post because, as she says, "It matches the decore in my sunroom perfectly!"
Robin McClure, of Beverly Hills, chose this tasseled rug from Sedona Trading Post.
Each rug mural/painting has an intentional mistake. I call them “visual inconsistencies.” It could be a broken line, some color discrepancy. The Apaches always left something unfinished in their artwork as a symbol of life and its incompleteness. I like that idea so I've incorporated it into my rug designs. Can you find the inconsistencies? (They don't have to do with differing sizes or shapes. They are intentional mistakes.)