Price: $ 44.00 USD
Hanging of the wreath by Peggy Abrams Ne’Qwa, in the Mandarin language, is the term for this centuries-old artistic tradition of reverse painting on the inside of glass. This technique creates a brilliance and luster that is not attainable with standard painting methods. Through a small opening in each ornament, the artist uses delicate brush strokes to hand-paint on the inside of mouth-blown glass. From outlining to shading to color application, all work is painstakingly done in freehand. The Art work was originally created by Peggy Abrams.
Born and raised in a small Michigan farming community, Peggy Abrams has developed a devoted following among collectors for her wide range of art. Her subjects include Victorian ladies, Old World Santas, teddy bears, botanicals, angels, garden scenes and much more. Abrams art appears in limited and open edition prints, paintings, ornaments, figurines, stationery and greeting cards, paper goods, area rugs, puzzles, clothing and cross-stitch designs.