Friendly Fire a sculpture by Lowell Davis at Red Oak II.<br />
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Red Oak II is the creation of artist Lowell Davis, who's family had pioneered the town of Red Oak.  After success as an artist, he started moving his old home town to his farm 32 miles away creating Red Oak II.  Lowell now lives in what he considers his "Masterpiece" in the Belle Starr house where the famous outlaw was raised.  Red Oak II is located a few miles Northeast of Carthage Missouri, just off Route 66.
  
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Friendly Fire a sculpture by Lowell Davis at Red Oak II.

Red Oak II is the creation of artist Lowell Davis, who's family had pioneered the town of Red Oak. After success as an artist, he started moving his old home town to his farm 32 miles away creating Red Oak II. Lowell now lives in what he considers his "Masterpiece" in the Belle Starr house where the famous outlaw was raised. Red Oak II is located a few miles Northeast of Carthage Missouri, just off Route 66.

Filename: Friendly Fire Sculpture - Red Oak II Missouri 20120827-_MG_0518_19_20.jpg
Size: 5154x3417 / 13.5MB
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Date 27 Aug 2012
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Copyright: © Greg Disch Photography gdisch@gregdisch.com
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