This image is cut from a 1/4 inch board with different papers behind the voids to create the image. Traditional scroll saw work has a single backer sheet, I developed the multiple backers technique to appeal to more audiences. This image was ‘stack cut’ with my other Tulips in the Hall image so it should be considered one of two images.
A couple of things about the piece, the vase and waterline was a particular success. And, the top right hand corner has a lower quadrant of traditional scroll saw work of a tiny hand gripping an adult finger. One could argue that this image of spring tulips in the hall is related to my “Bowl of Roses” image depicting a hot summer night.
As with all my work, I used my scroll saw in the construction of the art, no computer guided tools.
This cutting is based on my own design. I saw a vase of tulips on my kitchen counter and mentally transported it to my daughter’s front hall.
For shipping, my first choice is we meet in the DFW metroplex. However, I will use fully insured UPS shipping at a S&H cost of $87.50.