Bradford uses tens of thousands of strokes – and purple, blue, even pink – to capture the branches of a pine tree. Her use of unusual colors is one aspect of her work that sets her apart from other painters, art observers say.
Bradford uses tens of thousands of strokes – and purple, blue, even pink – to capture the branches of a pine tree. Her use of unusual colors is one aspect of her work that sets her apart from other painters, art observers say. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Bradford uses tens of thousands of strokes – and purple, blue, even pink – to capture the branches of a pine tree. Her use of unusual colors is one aspect of her work that sets her apart from other painters, art observers say. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

Wait: Are those pine needles pink?

October 26, 2016 3:53 PM

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