Saturday, July 10, 2010

"Wyoming's Indian Paintbrush" by Karla Nolan, framed glass painting

ALERT: You are about to view art of a different nature. These are paintings on glass -- that is, painted directly onto glass with specially formulated glass paints. They are always framed for the protection of the glass. The paints often are transparent and sometimes opaque, giving a stained glass appearance under good light. They, like all fine art, should not be hung in direct sunlight. The photographs do not do them justice -- my colors are very vibrant. Close ups are available, just e-mail me for information (see below). In most instances, click on the actual image for an even larger image to view -- you'll see lots of different items such as marbelization, transparent or opaque parts of the work -- try it and see! Commissions are accepted.

I have always enjoyed wildflowers, especially red ones, growing in the fields and along the sides of the road in the Rocky Mountains. Wyoming has a very special state flower, the Indian Paintbrush, which is primarily red but often has orange hues, also. It does resemble a paintbrush of sorts, I guess; I just like it because it's so pretty.'s to Wyoming and its lovely state flower.

"Wyoming's Indian Paintbrush" 9"x12" framed glass painting measured edge to edge glass, $325 includes s&h in N. America, Paypal preferred, click below or write for more information -- Thank you for looking!

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