"Melting Blues" Bluebonnet Series by Palette Knife Artist Niki Gulley
10 days ago - By Artists Of Texas
“Melting Blues" Series ©2022 Niki Gulley12" x 12" textured mixed media painting on 1.5" wrap around canvas with the painting continuing around the edges
This series or Texas wildflowers, bearded irises and ruby red poppies, incorporates extremely thick paint applied with palette knife along with drips and swirls to add energy and whimsy. This gives the paintings a 3D feel that comes alive and jumps off the canvas, while adding joy and color to your room. If you'd like to see companion pieces in the series, please e-mail me to see my other options. For details on more of my bluebonnet and...
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