Bouquet of Flowers - 'A Wee Dose of Happy'
What if a small painting, framed impressively, brings a constant smile to the person admiring it for the first time, or for the hundredth time? That's special!!!!!!
Impressive for this 'A Wee Dose of Happy" was what is called 'postage stamp' framing.
Here's a way to recognize why it's called postage stamp style: compare proportions to a stamp on an envelope. See the similarity?
Art being small amidst big is stunning!
It's unusual, unfamiliar to almost everyone, uncommon, and an often forgotten way to frame small scale art.
Never an unkind word is heard about the result. (Proof in the pudding.)
This small bouquet I painted was perfect for postage stamp framing using a rich-colored mat that has a bevel-cut black edge, finished it off with a black frame. IT POPS!
'A Wee Dose of Happy' wants to pop at your place, promising to bring you smiles even on days when you aren't sure you want to smile.
Don't miss out another day, today add some happy to your home with this painting.
- Framed Size: 19"H x 14"W
- Display Options: hang or prop
- Original watercolor, pen and ink painting by Barbara Wirth