“I was inspired to paint The Frick Tree, Pittsburgh while I was working at the Frick Museum of Art in Pittsburgh,” says Tina Lake. “Having looked at this unusual tree every day when entering and leaving the employee door of the museum, it had officially become part of my life. I decided to paint it using transparent Daniel Smith paints on 300-lb. Arches paper.”
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