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Piano Throw Pillow featuring the painting Chopstix by Ken Powers

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Chopstix Throw Pillow




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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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Great work!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Constantin!

Beautiful work!! f/l This is an absolutely great piece of art!!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Lee! I appreciate the encouraging words!

As a piano player I found this image very scary (ha) but wonderfully twisted and amusing. Great work.

Ken Powers replied:

Thanks Ken! This one has a bit of my twisted sense of humor creeping through!

For get the notes! But do not use this one You are much better artist with the fingers. :)

Ken Powers replied:

Definitely need to keep the fingers!

Oh wow, that gave me a chill down my spine when I looked at this! =)

Ken Powers replied:

Thanks Angelina! Makes you want to rethink piano lessons doesn't it!

Forget the piano.. everybody wants to learn THE MUSICAL SAW! a great depiction of rarely appreciated instrument. vf

Ken Powers replied:

Thanks Olaf! I appreciate the support!

Great composition, mystery...I love all of the neutralized colors in your work, so nice to look at!!

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Sheri! I used all 18th century reproduction natural pigment paints for most of this series.

Ken, Oh My Goodness.. Outstanding work! Excellent use of color.. You are a Master at watercolors! fav.vt

Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Chrisann! This has always been one of my favorite pieces.


Ken Powers replied:

Thank you Nancy!

Excellent perspective view..nice overall effect ...!!

Hello Ken ! I saw your pic on Facebook today and came over to see what you've been up to. I really like this piano scene.......shows lots of creativity and talent ! You are assembling an "original body of work," and I foresee success for you. Your friend, Larry

Of course I just love the perspective of this the play in the title...provocative to say the least....but I especially lappreciate the hinge of the piano. Super nice!!!!

Beautifule work Ken.

Wow! Love this. The textures, reflections, composition. All great.

Ken, your amazing artistic talent and great sense of humor go together very well. Your fan, Anne

Oh, My! This painting really struck an emotional chord OUCH! since I have been procrastinating having my piano tuned and it is beginning to be painful to play it of late. I put it off because it is an extra expense, but it just can't wait any longer. This painting seems both comical and a bit bizarre in an amusing way. Your skills at eliciting an emotional response in all your paintings shows the depth of your skills. I am fascinated with the number of your paintings that show doors, locks, keys, doorknobs. I appreciate your comments on my rose painting. Thanks, Ken. Marsha

This is the most wonderful visual pun--not to mention a fine painting.

Ken Thank you for your comments. This work is very lovely. Just perfect!

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Artist's Description

Everyone has seen the paintings of the roses on a piano keyboard symbolizing romance, etc... But, does this really motivate a child to practice. I don't think so. Driven by humor, this piece was originally going to be titled "I thought I told you to practice." After running the idea past a friend of mine, he suggested calling it "Chopstix." Although, he wanted me to add a couple severed fingers to the piece which is not really my style. I opted to leave the fingers out of the painting despite his insistence. The piece is painted with 18th century reproduction watercolor paint on Arches 140# paper.

About Ken Powers

Ken Powers

Welcome to the online print fulfillment center for Tacoma, Washington watercolor artist Ken Powers and Powers Fine Art Studio. Recently named as one of the "21 Artists to Watch in 2012" by, the artist's watercolor paintings can be found in numerous public and private collections throughout the world as well as on the set of ABC Studio's hit television series "Desperate Housewives." Contact information for the artist can be found on this site as well as purchasing information for his original paintings and prints. Connect: Website | FAA Artist Page | Facebook | Google+ | Twitter

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