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肖像画 Shower Curtain featuring the photograph The Visionary by Tobeimean Peter

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The Visionary Shower Curtain

Tobeimean Peter

by Tobeimean Peter



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Our shower curtains are made from 100% polyester fabric and include 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging from your own shower curtain rings. The total dimensions of each shower curtain are 71" wide x 74" tall.

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Tis is an interesting image built from multiple images.

About Tobeimean Peter

Tobeimean Peter

The evolution of my Artist's vision over the last forty-plus years of exploration is a story of personal evolution in an odd landscape. Many years ago I played with poets, but those care-free days have long ago knuckled down to trying to make serious Art. Do I succeed? Maybe the attempt to make artwork that is museum-worthy, is more important than the artwork actually winding up there. Personally, I feel I've developed an approach that uniquely conveys my hand, and mind, and to some degree my heart. I dunno what sparks the impulse in me to make visual art. It's probably basic enough to be invisible to my analytic perceptions. Some how we know things at an even more basic level than that, I think. Susan Coffey once said that "Painting is...