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by Cheryl Bowman
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Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.
My first trip to Africa the elusive leopard refused to allow us to see his exquisite beauty. It made me sad not to view those beautiful markings... more
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My first trip to Africa the elusive leopard refused to allow us to see his exquisite beauty. It made me sad not to view those beautiful markings and piercing eyes. My next trip took me to Kenya and Tanzania. Again the search began to find the powerful animal. My guide "Good Luck" had been a tracker for hunters in the past, so he began a fervent search using his sharp tracking skills. Only one day left before I had to leave once again as the African sun set across the grass, we spotted our mysterious leopard hanging in the branches of a sausage tree. We stayed to watch until we couldn't see anymore. We had no doubt in our minds that "WE WERE BEING WATCHED' as well.
Cheryl Bowman was born in Pasadena, Texas, 1948. Her parents moved to the Rio Grande Valley when she was young. Her mother was a painter who influenced her love affair with painting. After managing an art center with a retail store, school, and gallery, she realized that the creative side of Art was what appealed to her. She began painting at 28. She received a BFA from University of Texas, Pan American in South Texas at the age of 38. She taught every medium at a Magnet school in South Texas for 19 years. Her travels around the world have influenced her variety of styles although the juxtaposition of shapes and colors remain most important in her work. As she strives to find her place in the great Pacific Northwest, she...
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