Gail Niebrugge's Alaska Wildflowers
An Artist's Journey in Paintings and ProseBook - 2000
One summer day in Alaska, painter Gail Niebrugge was capturing a mountain scene with a meadow of wildflowers in the foreground represented by tiny dots of red, yellow, and blue. As she bent to the ground to examine the wildflowers more closely, she fell in love with what she saw. Gail hasn't forsaken mountains and roadhouses, favorite subjects of earlier work, but mostly she paints flowers now -- stunningly beautiful, delicate, and brilliantly colorful flowers that she travels many miles to find. This gorgeous volume chronicles her journey both personally and professionally.
Publisher: [Kenmore, WA] : Epicenter Press, ©2000
Characteristics: 64 pages : color illustrations, map ; 17 x 22 cm
Alternative Title: Alaska wildflowers