Paula J Lay’s sweet little bun is painted in violet with an aqua back drop. Our canvas wall art and art prints are proudly printed in the USA using the coveted giclee method. These artworks are eye-catching and made with the highest quality inks, resulting in unmatched beautiful designs that last years. Wall art is reproduced in our San Diego studios using the best digital reproduction method currently available, resulting in great clarity and color saturation. Hanging hardware, either a sawtooth or wire hanger dependent on art size, is attached for easy hanging and artist biography information is included on backside so that you may learn more about the artist’s inspiration.
Canvas Wall Art is gallery wrapped with image wrapping to sides. Art Prints may be purchased framed and matted with transparent acrylic glass, or unframed shipping in a clear envelope.
Repositionable and reusable fabric wall decals Printed using the Giclee method Printed with Greenguard Gold Certified inks and are UL Environment Energy
Can be cleaned with a soft, dry or slightly damp cloth
This product is proudly printed in the U.S.A.
Born in West Texas, Paula’s love of art and animals began in her childhood with a set of Encyclopedia Brittanica. She spent hours studying the illustrative plates of every kind of bird and beast and trying to draw them. After graduating with an MA in literature from the University of Houston at Clear Lake, she began her first career as an English and Humanities instructor for a small college and art took a backseat to teaching. In 2012, she and her husband moved to Kenai, AK, and she began looking for a much needed distraction from the dark and long Alaskan winter. She found watercolor. Paula’s paintings are colorful and varied, from the delicate to the bold as she celebrates the unique personalities of her subjects. And while viewers look at her paintings, the eyes of her animals look back, reminding people that animals are watching too. Paula now lives in Boerne, TX with her husband Roger, three papillons, three bantam hens, a dwarf rabbit and a canary named Elvis.