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Replicas of Melissa La Bozzetta's Knotted Gun sculpture "Ocean of Love" announced on the day celebrating love around the world

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Replicas of Melissa La Bozzetta's Knotted Gun sculpture "Ocean of Love" announced on the day celebrating love around the world

Artist Melissa La Bozzetta appointed as new ambassador of the Foundation. Replicas of her Knotted Gun sculpture "Ocean of Love" announced on the day celebrating love around the world
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