23"x 23" The center of Haitian metal arts is the village of Croix-des-Bouquets, where the clang of metal on metal, the workers with their tools banging out the sculptures, is a constant music. The artisans start with designs inspired by nature and culture. From cardboard patterns, they trace their designs with chalk on the flattened metal from torn-down oil drums. With chisels, hammers and nails, they carefully cut and decorate each piece. Fairtrade. Haiti.