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Our lightweight, microfiber tapestries are available in three different sizes and feature incredible artwork to complement any wall space. Each tapestry has hemmed edges for secure hanging with nails and/or thumbtacks.
This little beauty is number one in a series of three. Know as the Cereus Cactus Flower, it also goes by the name Queen of the Night. Once a year,... more
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This little beauty is number one in a series of three. Know as the Cereus Cactus Flower, it also goes by the name Queen of the Night. Once a year, usually in May, it blooms this beautiful, delicate flower that only lasts for 24 hours.
I divide my time between my studios in south Texas and northern Mexico and never seem to run out of inspiration for new paintings. I grew up among the rolling hills of south eastern Pennsylvania and later moved with my family to Michigan. There I eventually met my husband and in 1994 we moved, with our twin daughters, to Monterrey, Mexico. I immediately fell in love with the rich colors and traditions of the Mexican culture. One focus of my paintings has been the unique flora and fauna found around the Sierra Madre mountains. The Spanish influenced architecture in the small towns has also been an inspiration. No matter the subject, I paint in my well known unique style, combining vibrant colors with puzzle like composition. One of...
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