Embroidery on blue Belgian linen. Paua shell, beads, sequins. Commercial cotton, netting and salvaged velvet. Metallic and cotton flosses. Approx 8x10 inches. Based on photo of a bubble trapped in ice formed in a shallow birdbath. Copyright 2010 Carol Walker
Sanctuary by Holly Anderson
This piece is #1 out of Three and is part of a series called " TRILOGY " Each canvas features many interesting textures and rich, deep colors with a hint of metallic. Colors Used:Deep Burgundy WinePeacockTealBronzeAntique CopperRich EspressoMetallic ( gold undertone )Cotton Canvas with 1.5 ( deep profile ) stretcher bars, sides are painted no need for framing. Each piece comes with professional backing and is ready to hang. Varnish:matte or semi gloss varnish will be added to protect your…
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