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Cori Dantini Holiday Berries Outdoor Throw Pillow

$45.00

holiday berries

Outdoor Throw Pillow

by cori dantini

$45.00


Artist: cori dantini

Art Title: holiday berries

Wanna transform your outdoor space into a fun, inviting lounge? Looking to complete that patio full of solids with a unique print? Need to add a pop of color to your dull, lackluster space? Accomplish all of the above with one simple, yet powerful outdoor accessory we like to call the DENY Outdoor Throw Pillow! Available in four sizes, our throw pillow is made from a medium weight woven polyester with a sewn enclosure.

- 100% medium weight white woven polyester fabric

- UV protected and mildew resistant

- Printed on front and back

- Sewn closure

- Premium polyester fill

- Custom made for every order

- Estimated Ship Date: 5-10 business days

- This item is eligible for a return or exchange in new condition within 30 days

- Spot clean only

16" x 16" (41cm x 41cm)

18" x 18" x (46cm x 46cm)

20" x 20" (51cm x 51cm)

26" x 26" (66cm x 66cm)

We measure all of our pillows from edge to edge without filling

(Please note there is a 1" tolerance on all printed textile products)

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Cori Dantini

Portland, Oregon

Cori Dantini would love to dress like her paper ladies and explore the world in their skirts and buns and neat little boots, but she is far too practical for that. In fact, she spends much of her time in her studio in eastern Washington, covered in a mosaic of ink stains and glue dabs, bits of wordy paper clinging to her slippers. After earning a BFA in painting from Washington State University and spending a couple decades fiddling with brushes, oils, pencils, markers, and most recently, the mouse attached to her computer, she has discovered an organic process involving layers and language. It is this mysterious, reciprocal quality of art that intrigues her and makes her think of her works as visual poems.