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Colorado Throw Pillow featuring the photograph Owl Creek Aspens by Ray Mathis

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Owl Creek Aspens Throw Pillow

Ray Mathis

by Ray Mathis



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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.

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2 - 3 business days

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Owl Creek Aspens Photograph by Ray Mathis


Owl Creek Aspens Canvas Print

Canvas Print

Owl Creek Aspens Framed Print

Framed Print

Owl Creek Aspens Art Print

Art Print

Owl Creek Aspens Poster


Owl Creek Aspens Metal Print

Metal Print

Owl Creek Aspens Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

Owl Creek Aspens Wood Print

Wood Print

Owl Creek Aspens Greeting Card

Greeting Card

Owl Creek Aspens iPhone Case

iPhone Case

Owl Creek Aspens Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

Owl Creek Aspens Duvet Cover

Duvet Cover

Owl Creek Aspens Tote Bag

Tote Bag

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Comments (3)

Irina Sztukowski

Irina Sztukowski

Congratulations on your successful sale!

Gull G

Gull G

“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.” – Henry Ward Beecher CONGRATULATIONS ON SALE!

About Ray Mathis

Ray Mathis

I started out shooting the "old fashioned way" with a 4x5" field camera and by creating color transparencies. I then scanned them at either 1200 or 2400 dpi. Every effort is made to match the original transparency. That said, there was a time when I developed cataracts, and scanning and preparing images for this website became difficult. Now that I've had surgery and can see clearly again, some of the images seem a bit too saturated in color. That's because cataracts mute colors. It's like looking through window covered with a film of grime and dirt. The challenge and reward in 4x5" landscape photography is to capture things as they really are, and get the exposure just right. And at over $6 a shot, it pays to be very selective. ...