Ne' Qwa Art
Ne" Qwa Art brings you the centuries-old tradition of reverse hand-painting on the inside of glass. The same meticulous techniques that captivated emperors and art connoisseurs ages ago are used to create each decorative piece. Every piece is hand-painted on the inside through the small opening at the top. Ne"Qwa, in the Mandarin language, is the term for this artistic tradition. Through a small opening in each ornament, the aritst uses delicate brush strokes to hand-paint on the inside of mough-blown glass. From outlinig to shading to color spplication, all work is painstakingly done in freehand. Each Ne"qwa Art piece is packed in a hand-crafted wooden box that is covered with velour. The padded top of the box opens to reveal a silk-lined padded interior that both protects and displays the luminous work of art nestled inside. Each decorative accessory from Ne" Qwa comes with a removable hang-tag that fully explains the specific techniques used to create the piece, with a biography and picture of the artist. The Ne"Qwa Art line includes art from more that two dozed licensed artists, including D. Morgan, Peggy Abrams, Warren Kimbal, Clare Mackie, Stewart Sherwood, Susan Winget, Jim Shore and more.