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Sedona Shower Curtain featuring the photograph Sedona Sunset by Wendy Golden

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Sedona Sunset Shower Curtain

Wendy Golden

by Wendy Golden


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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

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

Additional Products

Sedona Sunset Photograph by Wendy Golden


Sedona Sunset Canvas Print

Canvas Print

Sedona Sunset Framed Print

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Sedona Sunset Art Print

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Sedona Sunset Metal Print

Metal Print

Sedona Sunset Acrylic Print

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Sedona Sunset Wood Print

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Sedona Sunset iPhone Case

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Sedona Sunset Throw Pillow

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Sedona Sunset Shower Curtain

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Sedona Sunset Tote Bag

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Sedona Sunset Zip Pouch

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Sedona Sunset Coffee Mug

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Sedona Sunset Yoga Mat

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Sedona Sunset Spiral Notebook

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Sedona Sunset Jigsaw Puzzle

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Artist's Description

About Wendy Golden

Wendy Golden

Wendy has a background in artistic endeavors of all kinds. She was introduced to dance, drawing, and writing first, and then to theater by her mother, fine art by her father, crochet work by her grandmother and later photography as she continued her curiosity in the arts. She's dabbled (or more than dabbled) in everything, loving all of it. As a small child she was drawn to color and texture. No matter where she went, she was touching everything. She loved to look but she also loved to find out how things felt and made her feel. This would ultimately play a part in her artistic expression. She spent years trying out each medium, never feeling quite complete with any one thing. Then after years of creating wearable art scarves and...