Stephan Wanger is a self-taught artist who channels his creative energy into assembling dazzling mosaics using recycled Mardi Gras beads. Working in a photo-realistic style, Stephan recreates iconic Louisiana images to make the innate beauty and unique culture of this area available to the world. He works to inspire Louisiana citizens of all ages to recycle and to create. This labor of love is called Bead Town. Check out some of his work at Galeria Alegria.
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