A prolific illustrator and award-winning watercolorist, Susan Winget’s designs capture the timeless nostalgia of country life and a love for traditional values. Her hand is remarkably versatile, with an aesthetically pleasing and accessible style. Since the events of 9/11, Winget’s patriotic images have become even more coveted. Her renowned artwork has been seen at the White House, Colonial Williamsburg and the National Trust. She lives on an 80-acre farm in North Carolina, surrounded by wildlife to inspire her.
Pick up any hand-painted, blown glass design from Ne’Qwa ArtTM and you will be holding an amazing art form that dates back more than a thousand years. The same meticulous hand-painting techniques that captivated emperors and art connoisseurs in centuries past go into each Ne’Qwa Art decorative accessory today. In Mandarin, “ne’qwa” describes this centuries-old artistic tradition of painting on the inside of glass. Now, Ne’Qwa ArtTM brings this art tradition to a new level with the addition of licensed art from a variety of renowned artists. To ensure the survival of this ancient art form, Ne’Qwa ArtTM develops new artists through its own art school in China. After completing years of training, artisans working in Ne’Qwa Art’s wholly owned manufacturing facility follow artistic traditions passed down from generation to generation. These high quality home décor accessories showcase licensed art from some of the world’s best-known artists to beautify contemporary homes.
- Size: 3 Inches in Diameter
- By Susan Winget
- Shape: Princess
- This product comes packaged in a hand-crafted, satin-lined velour presentation case.
- Certificate of Authenticity and art history is also included.