Shawl With Owl Samsara - Shovava
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The absolute most beautiful shawl you can think of comes from Shovava, Byron Bay Australia. Hand-painted art which is then printed on 100% organic cotton. Detailed painting that represents nature, freedom and beauty.
The shawl is thin and very soft. You will love how it feels on your shoulders. Wear it on different occasions, for example yoga, meditation, everyday, as a skirt in the summer or as a turban.
- Dimensions: about 200x100cm
- Dry cleaning is recommended
- Material. 100% certified organic cotton. Printed on the front, but the print shines beautifully through on the back as well.
- Pattern: New Moon Owl
- The edges are fringed for a bohemian look
- Washing instructions: This is a specially made of delicate soft material, please treat it accordingly:
- If you want to wash your hands, lower the garment and rinse gently.
- Do not rub!
- Lay flat to dry in the shade.
The gentler you are, the longer the shawl will look just as beautiful
Beautiful shawl with color shades inspired by nature. The shawl is black with deep tones of yellow and brown in interplay with red, white and hints of bright light blue. It depicts an owl from above, spreading its beautiful wings. The owl is a power animal that stands for wisdom, intuition, dreams and transformation. Above the owl and in the background we can also see feathers in red, yellow and brown.
Please note that the colors may differ from screen to screen, but we do everything we can to make it as accurate as possible.
A few words from Roza designer and founder
"Shovava: Unique Wearable Art
In 2011, Shovava - meaning “cheeky” and “playful” was launched, my personal line of women’s clothing based on my hand drawn paintings and prints of the animals, plants and patterns I am seeing in the incredible beauty of Nature. First, art is hand painted on paper then digitally printed onto lush fabrics. I observe nature and find inspiration in the smallest details, maybe it's a butterfly’s wing or the patterned cell structure of a leaf. Maybe it’s a feather or a raven perched on a tree limb. I take in what I see in the natural world and then create my pieces.
I value craftsmanship, the honesty of the imperfect and the experience during creation. Each piece I create is inspired by the beauty around, as my work aims to bring joy to everyday life.
I always wanted to create pieces that will uplift people, even change the way they hold themselves. If you have wings, how can you be unhappy or act ungracefully? "