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Living My Blessed Life Tapestry Throw

Albert Fennell
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Description

A religious-themed tapestry throw featuring the art of the late San Diego, California native Albert Fennell.

The artwork depicts an African American woman who is truly overjoyed. She is celebrating her life and her Lord and Saviour.

The tapestry throw contains the inspirational message:


"Living the Blessed Life"

This tapestry throw measures 60 inches (Height) x 48 inches (Width) and is made out of 100% cotton.

To clean this tapestry throw you can use a regular washing machine. Wash the tapestry throw on the gentle cycle with cold water only. You can dry the tapestry on a low heat setting but hang-drying is preferred. Do not use bleach or other whitening or harsh chemicals.

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Description

A religious-themed tapestry throw featuring the art of the late San Diego, California native Albert Fennell.

The artwork depicts an African American woman who is truly overjoyed. She is celebrating her life and her Lord and Saviour.

The tapestry throw contains the inspirational message:


"Living the Blessed Life"

This tapestry throw measures 60 inches (Height) x 48 inches (Width) and is made out of 100% cotton.

To clean this tapestry throw you can use a regular washing machine. Wash the tapestry throw on the gentle cycle with cold water only. You can dry the tapestry on a low heat setting but hang-drying is preferred. Do not use bleach or other whitening or harsh chemicals.

Specs.
Edition open edition
Height 60 inches
Length 48 inches
Medium Cotton
Signed unsigned
SKU TH34
Year Released 2020
Albert Fennell
Albert Fennell was borned in San Diego, California. His art talent came at the young age of five when he started drawing cartoon characters. He studied Fine Arts st San Diego City College and refined his skills at Alexaner's School of Drawing, Printing and Design. Some of Albert's work has been displayed on the TV series "Generations" and he has received commissions from Anita Baker, Rosa Parks and Jessie Jackson. In his words, "through my work, I try to create communication between all people dealing with truth, pride and compassion".
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