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 Shower Curtain featuring the painting The Silent Soloist by Paxton Mobley

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The Silent Soloist Shower Curtain

Paxton Mobley

by Paxton Mobley


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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.

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The Silent Soloist Painting by Paxton Mobley


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The Silent Soloist Shower Curtain

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The Silent Soloist Weekender Tote Bag

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The Silent Soloist Portable Battery Charger

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About Paxton Mobley

Paxton Mobley

Paxton was born in Shreveport, Louisiana in 1970. At the age of 4 his parents moved back to their hometown of Athens, Alabama where they built a house on Elk River outside of town. Paxton spent most of his childhood there roaming freely in the surrounding woods. From a very young age Paxton showed signs of an active imagination and a growing creative ability. This was seen in his regular acts of sculpting his food into art forms at the dinner table and his miniature creations of boats and cities down to the last detail, ready for their small inhabitants. With his love for animals and nature, Paxton's first thoughts were of becoming a wildlife artist, but there was also his overflowing imagination and vivid dreams that seemed to put a...