Texas Blues original landscape painting
bluebonnet pasture under Texas sky
original pastel landscape painting
under non-reflective museum glass
Bluebonnets unabashedly carpet central Texas Hill Country each spring. You often see scarlet spikes of Indian Paintbrush scattered in a mass of bluebonnets. As a child, I believed Native Americans used both the blue and scarlet spikes of Texas wildflowers to paint with. Now, I joyfully use all those different colors of blue and red to share our Texas springtime.
In painting this large pastel, I consciously mirror-imaged the contours of the clouds in sweep of the wildflowers and grasses across the foreground. It's a subtle way of connecting the land to the big Texas sky.
Soft pastels on archival Pastelbord
16" x 20" original art
Framed outer dimensions: 22" x 26" x 2"
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Framed Under Museum Glass
Museum Glass offers the ultimate viewing experience while protecting your original painting from the damaging UV light, moisture and smudges. In most lighting situations, this glass virtually disappears. Clean the fingerprints off with a soft rag, and your framed art will be good to go for generations to come.
*Since your Lindy Cook Severns art deserves the best, our standard framing procedure is an elite one. Whether done by a professional framer or framed in the studio, every original pastel or drawing is conservation framed. This means that no reactive surfaces nor substances touch the paper, board or canvas the art. All of Lindy's art is done on acid-free surfaces. Always. We then use acid-free tape, acid-free foam board and acid-free matboard, then seal all these archival materials into a tightly protective frame. You won't see this, but know it's there, assurance that your fine wall art will endure for centuries.