hand needle felted painting, merino, corriedale
Reminiscent of old windows of Tuscany, this painting features fine details of random stonework, colorful shutters and bright flowers Ready to hang, it has a completely finished back with dust cover and picture wire. Frame measures 11x14.
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.