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by Bonnie Follett
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Decorate your bathroom and dry yourself off with our luxuriously soft bath towels and hand towels. Our towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption. The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton. Available in three different sizes: hand towel, bath towel, and bath sheet.
Wharf Boats Near End of Day is a photo painted photograph captured on a calm serene winter day at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco.... more
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Wharf Boats Near End of Day is a photo painted photograph captured on a calm serene winter day at Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco.
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Welcome to my art and photography profile pages, with products available for print on demand. Bio history: Bonnie Follett is an artist and photographer living in San Francisco. Born and raised in North Dakota, she obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Minnesota State University in Mankato, MN. She also spends time in Arizona at her home in the high desert of Mohave County. Her art education began when her parents enrolled Bonnie in the Art Instruction Schools as a child. This was a home study "Draw Me" school that advertised frequently in the magazines of the time. She continued her interest in art during her college years, majoring in fine art, photography and printmaking. Not long after completing her college BFA...
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