Carrie Schmitt's first childhood memory is standing behind her mother's leg while apologizing to her neighbor for picking all the flowers from her garden. Today, she has found a more honest way to enjoy flowers. She paints them as part of her mission to create beauty every day. Carrie began painting in 2009 after developing a life-threatening allergy to heat. No longer able to spend time in her beloved garden, she began painting flowers instead of planting them. In 2010, she moved to the Seattle area to enjoy its temperate climate and now paints daily in her mountain studio surrounded by moss and towering evergreens.
- Giclee (jee-clay) is an advanced print making process for creating high quality fine art reproductions virtually indistinguishable from the original piece
- Solid wood frame for durability and stability
- Available in multiple sizes to fit your decor needs
- Pre-assembled for easy installation
- Hang anywhere with the attached saw tooth hanger
- Gallery wrap is a method of stretching an artist's canvas around the sides of a hidden, wooden frame for a frameless presentation of the finished painting