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Yoga Shower Curtain featuring the painting Beach Yoga by Deborah Naves

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Beach Yoga Shower Curtain

Deborah Naves

by Deborah Naves


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Product Details

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.

Design Details

Can you name that pose?

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2 - 3 business days

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Shower Curtain Tags

shower curtains yoga beach ocean girl on beach sand ohm figure yoga pose

Painting Tags

paintings yoga beach ocean girl on beach sand ohm figure yoga pose

Comments (2)

Gary F Richards

Gary F Richards

Spectacular composition, lighting, shading, colors and artwork! F/L …voted for this piece in the contest SUMMER SUN AND SEA

Kay Brewer

Kay Brewer

Don't know the pose..... but I voted your entry in the Pop Up 19 contest! LF

Deborah Naves replied:

I don't know the name of the pose either. I'd be hard-pressed to get out of it. Thanks for the vote!

Artist's Description

Can you name that pose?

About Deborah Naves

Deborah Naves

My art is inspired by the wonder of nature and her amazing ability to create uniqueness that is elusive, dramatic and rare. That exquisiteness cannot be recreated but I try to capture the feeling and significance of that moment in each one of my paintings - the atmosphere in a sunset; a storm or a stunning sky or an unusual animal pose. I aim to seize that fleeting momentís awe and preserve its meaning and intent. Because I want the art to grab you, I tend to exaggerate the subject by means of composition and then color. I add lots of blending and drying retardant medium to my acrylic paints so I can smoosh and scrape the paint on the canvas or board. I actually prefer board. I will often use a palette knife to lay down my first layer...