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Scarecrow Throw Pillow featuring the drawing Scarecrow by Mimulux Patricia No

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Scarecrow Throw Pillow

Mimulux Patricia No

by Mimulux Patricia No



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Product Details

Our throw pillows are made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric and add a stylish statement to any room. Pillows are available in sizes from 14" x 14" up to 26" x 26". Each pillow is printed on both sides (same image) and includes a concealed zipper and removable insert (if selected) for easy cleaning.

Design Details

Mixed media drawing on watercolour paper

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Throw Pillow Tags

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Drawing Tags

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Comments (9)

Skip Willits

Skip Willits

Wonderful concept, well done painting Mimulux.

thank you so much skip :)

Jerry Fornarotto

Jerry Fornarotto

Very nice, LF!

thanks jerry :)

Gloria Ssali

Gloria Ssali

wonderful scarecrow the feel and dynamics are brilliant excellent addition to your beautiful galleries!! fl

many thanks gloria :)

Andrzej Szczerski

Andrzej Szczerski

Fantastic capture and great presentation!! F/L

thank you very much andrzej :)

larisa Fedotova

larisa Fedotova

What a wonderful image! Beautiful l/F

thank you larisa :)

Eva Lechner

Eva Lechner


thanks eva :)

Genevieve Esson

Genevieve Esson

Cool art Patricia! vf

thanks genevieve :)

Skip Willits

Skip Willits

Wonderful Mimulux.

thanks skip :)

Felix Lai

Felix Lai

Fantastic cool work, very well done! l/f

thanks felix :)

Artist's Description

mixed media drawing on watercolour paper

About Mimulux Patricia No

Mimulux Patricia No

i grew up in switzerland and south africa. later i returned to europe but soon moved on to south-east asia. i spent several years there and then returned to europe - where i also lived in various countries. recently i have lived in hungary for several years but for medical reasons i have been in switzerland on and off, well in 2017 that was still the case. now i am back permanently in my home country, switzerland. art has always played a great role in my life and i assume my travels and stays abroad have had a large influence on me and my art. i love to do traditional art, collages and mixed media mostly.. but also photography and digital art.. my style? wild, colourful, energetic... i would call it "naive symbolistic...