Monday, December 28, 2009

"Poppy Meadow" by Karla Nolan, palette knife oil painting on canvas

Anyone who knows me knows my love for red poppies. I first saw loads of them, growing wild, in the hill towns of Italy, specifically Tuscany, back in 1995. I've been pretty wild about them ever since that time. These are lively, perky flowers that can't help but make one happy...and in the depths of the winter, that cannot be a bad thing!

"Poppy Meadow", 10"x20" palette knife oil painting on canvas, sold unframed for $595 which includes s&h in North America; Paypal preferred, click button below or write me for more information at

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1 comment:

Sadia said...

Gorgeous colors and a wonderful contrast!


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