Wednesday, September 9, 2009

"Wild Red Poppies" by Karla Nolan, framed painting on glass

"Wild Red Poppies" is the second in a series of three paintings on glass framed in red. Why? Why, oh why, is she so preoccupied with (1) wild red flowers and (2) red frames. The answer: it's fun. So many artists take their painting efforts so, so seriously. I'm not saying that's a bad thing, mind you. My feeling, however, is that one should also have fun while painting. Red has long been my favorite color; some think it's too bold, especially in a frame. I disagree. As long as I am happy with what I am producing, and I am, hopefully that joy will convey itself through the painting and the finished product. Any thoughts on this theory? Let me know!

"Wild Red Poppies", 11"x14" red framed painting on glass, $575 includes s&h in N. America, Paypal preferred, click button below or write me at for more information

News! I was recently accepted by Dobbin Gallery, 175 Church Street, Charleston, South Carolina, for representation in their art gallery with paintings on glass, pastels, oils and table jewelry. Please visit their gallery when in town! It's a lovely place.
...And...I was just accepted by Wild Hands Art Gallery on Pearl Street in Jackson, Wyoming, with my paintings on glass! Yaay!
...More....I am proud to announce that Common Ground Western Art in Red Lodge, Montana, is now representing me, also.

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