"Just Stopping by to Say Hello" egg tempera, 8x10 © Nelia Harper
Just Stopping by to Say Hello Archival Print

This Limited Edition Archival Giclée is printed on smooth 100% acid free cotton rag, natural white, heavyweight fine art paper. As an archival, museum quality paper, this print has a light fastness rating of 100+ years under normal indoor lighting conditions.

The print is shipped in a protective clear envelope with acid-free foam core, ready to present as a gift or frame.

Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.

Size: 8×10 with a half inch white border

Limited to 250 prints.

$35.00 Add to cart
Spring Blossoms, egg tempera, 6x6 © Nelia Harper
Spring Blossoms Archival Print

This Limited Edition Archival Giclée is printed on smooth 100% acid free cotton rag, natural white, heavyweight fine art paper. As an archival, museum quality paper, this print has a light fastness rating of 100+ years under normal indoor lighting conditions.

The print is shipped in a protective clear envelope with acid-free foam core, ready to present as a gift or frame.

Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.

Size: 6×6 plus a half inch white border

Limited to 250 prints.

original painting, egg tempera, 6×6

$25.00 Add to cart
The Hibiscus ~ Egg Tempera 6x6 © Nelia Harper
Hibiscus Archival Print

In the Victorian era, the hibiscus flower represented delicate beauty.  In Hawaii, the hibiscus is often worn behind the ear as a sign of a woman’s marital status and as a symbol of hospitality.  In Egypt, the flower was used as a medicinal calming tea.  As I painted this flower over four months, I was reminded of Buddha’s Flower Sermon in which words are not required to understand its meaning.

For me, the story represents that the world and all of beauty exists in the one flower and that nothing is permanent.  And, that painting this flower contains all the lessons of painting within this one painting.

This Limited Edition Archival Giclée is printed on smooth 100% acid free cotton rag, natural white, heavyweight fine art paper. As an archival, museum quality paper, this print has a light fastness rating of 100+ years under normal indoor lighting conditions.

The print is shipped in a protective clear envelope with acid-free foam core, ready to present as a gift or frame.

Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.

Size: 6×6 plus a half inch white border

Limited to 250 prints.

original painting, egg tempera, 6×6

$25.00 Add to cart
"Through the Fog" - Egg Tempera - 12x9 on Board © Nelia Harper
Into the Fog Archival Print

I woke before dawn and stepped out into the crisp air.  There was a fresh layer of snow dusting the grass and trees.  I sought refuge, visiting ‘old friends’ that I have come to know, traveling this well-worn path into the fog.

The sun rose slowly over the eastern plains.  The angle low on the horizon, the light weak.  Clothed in a blanket of fog, the city disappeared.  Gentle and illusive, a warm glow began to filter through the churning moisture.  Long past it’s prime, the tree stood in a shimmering coat of crystalline snow.  Proud, strong and beautiful.

This Limited Edition Archival Giclée is printed on smooth 100% acid free cotton rag, natural white, heavyweight fine art paper. As an archival, museum quality paper, this print has a light fastness rating of 100+ years under normal indoor lighting conditions.

The print is shipped in a protective clear envelope with acid-free foam core, ready to present as a gift or frame.

Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.

Size: 12×9 plus a half inch white border

Limited to 250 prints.

original painting, egg tempera, 12×9

$45.00 Add to cart
Sand Dunes 9x12 Egg Tempera on Panel © Nelia Harper
Sand Dunes

The sun slowly arcs through the sky, kissing the sand and the foliage with a deep warm glow.  The waves lap at the shore and the tranquil scene invites us to breathe deeply and rejuvenate our bodies.

egg tempera, 9×12

 

$400.00 Add to cart
The Hibiscus ~ Egg Tempera 6x6 © Nelia Harper
The Hibiscus

In the Victorian era, the hibiscus flower represented delicate beauty.  In Hawaii, the hibiscus is often worn behind the ear as a sign of a woman’s marital status and as a symbol of hospitality.  In Egypt, the flower was used as a medicinal calming tea.  As I painted this flower over four months, I was reminded of Buddha’s Flower Sermon in which words are not required to understand its meaning.

The story goes, that Buddha had gathered his students for the daily teaching.  On this particular day, rather than speaking, he held out a white lotus flower for each of his disciples and said nothing.  Each of the followers seemed a bit confused, except for one – he saw the flower and smiled a wide smile – understanding what Buddha was saying, without words.

For me, the story represents that the world and all of beauty exists in the one flower.  The flower represents all flowers and that nothing is permanent.  And, that painting this flower contains all the lessons of painting within this one painting.

egg tempera, 6×6

$360.00 Add to cart
The Courtyard Egg Tempera on Panel 7 1/8x10 © Nelia Harper
The Courtyard Archival Print

For over 2500 years, the Etruscans have inhabited the hilltop town of Bagnoreggio. Once a haven from marauders, the residents now fight against time and nature. The volcanic tuff upon which the village was built tumbles down the hillside and disappears on the wind. Year after year, they rebuild and repair. And, the flowers continue to bloom. Someday, they too will disappear.

This Limited Edition Archival Giclée is printed on smooth 100% acid free cotton rag, natural white, heavyweight fine art paper. As an archival, museum quality paper, this print has a light fastness rating of 100+ years under normal indoor lighting conditions.

The print is shipped in a protective clear envelope with acid-free foam core, ready to present as a gift or frame.

Each print is numbered and signed by the artist.

Civita di Bagnoreggio, Italy

Size: 7 1/8×10 with a half inch white border

Limited to 250 prints.

original painting, egg tempera, 7 1/8×10

$35.00 Add to cart
The Courtyard Egg Tempera on Panel 7 1/8x10 © Nelia Harper
The Courtyard

For over 2500 years, the Etruscans have inhabited the hilltop town of Bagnoreggio. Once a haven from marauders, the residents now fight against time and nature. The volcanic tuff upon which the village was built tumbles down the hillside and disappears on the wind. Year after year, they rebuild and repair. And, the flowers continue to bloom. Someday, they too will disappear.

Civita di Bagnoreggio, Italy

egg tempera, 7 1/8 x10

$425.00 Add to cart