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Praises Go Up

Carl M. Crawford
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A shower curtain featuring the magnificent artwork of South Carolina raised artist Carl M. Crawford. His collage based designs are always unique, colorful and inspiring. This one depicts three African American praise dancers performing and giving all glory and honor to the Messiah Jesus and the Heavenly Father via liturgical dance and the ministry of music.  The inspirational sentiments on the shower curtain reads:


When the Praises go Up
the Blessings rain down


The shower curtain measures 71x71 inches and is mold, mildew, water repellent, and soap resistant. The grommets on the shower curtain are rustproof. The shower curtain also ships with 12 plastic hooks included. Weighs 2 pounds.

Affordable, functional artwork with inspirational messages to add life to your bathroom decor. Let us help you Turn Your House into a Home!

$29.99

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Description

A shower curtain featuring the magnificent artwork of South Carolina raised artist Carl M. Crawford. His collage based designs are always unique, colorful and inspiring. This one depicts three African American praise dancers performing and giving all glory and honor to the Messiah Jesus and the Heavenly Father via liturgical dance and the ministry of music.  The inspirational sentiments on the shower curtain reads:


When the Praises go Up
the Blessings rain down


The shower curtain measures 71x71 inches and is mold, mildew, water repellent, and soap resistant. The grommets on the shower curtain are rustproof. The shower curtain also ships with 12 plastic hooks included. Weighs 2 pounds.

Affordable, functional artwork with inspirational messages to add life to your bathroom decor. Let us help you Turn Your House into a Home!

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 71 inches
Length 71 inches
Medium Polyester
Signed Unsigned
SKU SC08
Year Released 2019
Carl M. Crawford
A self-taught, free-lance artist, Crawford has developed a unique style forging a modern synthesis of Lawrence and Bearden that he calls “Collage Illusion™”. His work, inspired by the African American experience, is created by hand cutting subtly shaded color slivers from magazines and painstakingly gluing them to glass to compose an image. From a distance the resulting works look lushly painted. On closer inspection they are revealed as intricate collages of breathtakingly nuanced detail. Using only donated magazines Collage Illusion™ is “recycling at its finest.”
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