Black and White and grey (silver) hand-painted contemporary Sunflowers Glass Art Tile by artist Linda Paul

This original work of art by Linda Paul has been completely hand-painted and silver leafed on the back side of the 1/4" thick glass. You can hang it directly on the wall as a removable temporary kitchen backsplash or wall art.  It can  also be installed between your tiles.  Because the front is glass and the artwork is behind it,  its super easy to clean. The silver catches the light beautifully.  It has to be seen in person to be truly appreciated. Its a perfect backsplash for black and white kitchens.

 Black and White and Silver Sunflowers Framed Glass Backsplash - Original art by Linda Paul

original hand-painted work of art, backed in silver
 Ready to hang glass backsplash art. Framed in satin black 1-1/4 wide x .75" deep metal frame.    
Framed size: 15" x 15"
 Just hang it from a sturdy hook on your wall or install frame and al directly into your backsplash between other tiles

$499.00   $199.00 sale price

  1 in stock

 You can also glue this frame and all, onto your backsplash and tile around it.  You can remove the hanging hardware by loosening the 2 screws of the strap hangars (that contain the wire) and the strap hangars will just slide out.

4x4 black white silver grey sunflower accent tile

black and white and silver sunflower tile
Shows framed in black frame on backsplash
Sunflower hand-painted glass accent tiles in black white and silver 4x4" x 1/4" depth. each one is a little bit different because they are hand-painted and silvered on the back of the glass . The silver reflects the light in a very pretty way. Install directly in your backsplash or we can frame it for you in a black frame for an extra $39.99

 Size 3-7/8" x 3-7/8" x 1/4" depth


Sunflower hand-painted glass tile black, white, silver 4x4

We can also make these on beveled glass instead of flat if you prefer. Tile or glue on onlay style

lead time 3 weeks

Artist's inspiration:  I love sunflowers. I have painted them quite a few times over the years.  This original artwork in completely hand-painted and hand-silvered. The milk white tile background of the tile is a unique paint method of mine.   The silver of the petals and border catches and reflects the light beautifully.

Black and White Glass Backsplash for Contemporary European Style Small White kitchen

A small kitchen can have a big impact with my black, white and silver sunflowers glass art as the focal point. The silver in the artwork matches the large silver cabinet handles and stainless hood and range top. The black border of the sunflowers goes perfect with the black glass on the front panel of the ovens. Having the backsplash art made from one piece of glass is a clean look that compliments the other glass in the kitchen.
This original backsplash art can be hung as temporary removable framed backsplash or installed directly into your backsplash.

back of framed artwork
Shows the back of the metal frame. The original artwork is protected by a board.
This is how the artwork arrives.  You can remove the hanging hardware by loosening the 2 screws of the strap hangars (that contain the wire) and the strap hangars will just slide out.
Custom Sizes are available - just contact us for a quote

You also might like these rooster backsplash tiles by artist Linda Paul .
rooster and sunflowers kitchen backsplash tiles
Rooster and Sunflowers ceramic tile backsplash many sizes with sunflower tile accents too.

2 Installation and Hanging Options:

Option 1 Ready to hang removable backsplash: You can just hang the framed glass art piece directly on your wall as a removable backsplash. There is hanging wire attached to the back of the frame. Make sure that the hook you put in your wall is either in a stud or a expandable wall anchor. You can keep the piece from sliding around by putting removable adhesive putty on the back of the four corners.

Option 2 Permanent Installation of entire framed artwork. You can glue the frame and backing board to the wall using a Omni Grip White tile adhesive (available at Home Depot) or  two part epoxy.
The advantage of doing it this way rather than gluing the glass itself directly to the wall, is you may be able to remove it later without destroying the artwork, The frame would likely get damaged it when you pry it off, but the art itself could be salvaged if you are careful.  

Installation Tip: If you tile up to the bottom where you want the piece glued, the frame will have something to rest on as the adhesive sets. You can also temporarily screw a board to the wall for the piece to rest on as the glue dries, then remove the board after the glue has set and tile around it.

Cleaning Instructions: You can clean with Windex and a lint free cloth, spraying the Windex on the cloth rather that on the glass itself so that the cleaner does not puddle between the glass and the frame

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