hand needle felted wool painting
"Bucks County Barn." Random size and colors of stones and red siding typify the historical barns of Bucks County. Needled onto hand-dyed 100% wool felt background and framed in brown (11x14), it is ready to hang. It has a completely finished back with dust cover and picture wire.
Needle felting is a totally dry process in which loose, dyed wool fibers are repeatedly stabbed into a background using special small barbed needles. The constant movement tangles the fibers firmly into position. Framed without glass to enhance the texture, it requires no special care -- simply an occasional flick of a microfiber duster.