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Mold Make Me Tapestry

Keith Conner
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Description

An inspirational and religious-themed woven tapestry throw featuring an African American woman kneeling in prayer. She is on her knees and turning to the Potter, the Messiah Jesus. It was inspired by biblical scripture that reads:

But now, O Lord, You are our Father, We are the clay, and You our potter; And all of us are the work of Your hand. - Isaiah 64:8

The tapestry throw contains the phrase:


"Mold Me, Make Me”

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

An inspirational and religious-themed woven tapestry throw featuring an African American woman kneeling in prayer. She is on her knees and turning to the Potter, the Messiah Jesus. It was inspired by biblical scripture that reads:

But now, O Lord, You are our Father, We are the clay, and You our potter; And all of us are the work of Your hand. - Isaiah 64:8

The tapestry throw contains the phrase:


"Mold Me, Make Me”

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 TH23
Year Released 2020
Keith Conner
Keith was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. As a youngster, he attended the Flint Institute of Art. In 1971, Keith was accepted in the Genesee Area Skill Center’s “Gifted Artist” program. After graduating both high school and the Skill Center, he attended the American Academy of Art, Chicago and graduated in 1976 with a degree in Design and Illustration
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