"Real Reason" Print

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Story: "There are things you do because they feel right & they may make no sense & they may make no money & it may be the real reason we are here: to love each other & to eat each other's cooking & say it was good." Size: 11x14" matted and ready to frame. Brain Andreas’ StoryPeople prints are a perennial customer favorite. Like visual storytelling, StoryPeople prints speak for themselves and make great gifts. At their affordable price, these pieces are not signed or numbered. An Iowa native, Brain Andreas’ StoryPeople is headquartered in the northeast Iowa town of Decorah, home to the internationally known Seed Savers Exchange and Luther College (yes, Iowa does have Big Hills, —just ask all those 10,000 bicyclists in RAGBRAI’s annual ride across the state.)

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