Last call for irises!
The fourth iris (out of four) was a difficult one to paint primarily due to its coloration. There is a mix of opacity and transparency in it -- a very dark hue of purple. It may well be my favorite iris of the painting.
So....Happy Mother's Day to you! Out in our sweet garden, a new iris has bloomed, this one a plucky yellow one....What a subtle scent irises have -- and they come in so many colors. As I have mentioned previously, I find them to be almost impossible to paint some days. But I feel that I had a good couple of days with this painting....I've been showing the entire painting with one close up per day for the four days for your perusal. Don't forget...my glass paintings are combination of transparent, translucent, sometimes a bit shimmering, and have an opaque element to them, also. Reminiscent of stained glass, at times. They are shipped already framed (always) to protect the glass and save you money and time, too!
"The Four Irises", framed painting on glass, 10"x22" edge to edge glass, sold framed in black, Paypal preferred, $675 includes s&h in North America, e-mail me at KarlaNolan@gmail.com for more information