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Nohly Bridge and Town


Jane Stanfel

Nohly Store and Bridge - Oil on Circular Saw Blade

Painting a very, very, very long object requires just that sort of substrate – what artists call the ground on which they paint a picture – and when the object is also comparatively very, very, very narrow and very, very, very low in altitude, then a saw makes an ideal shape. At least so thought the lady that commissioned "The Nohly Bridge." Making an oil painting on metal is not the easiest task, however, and she didn't worry about that, but the bridge painting turned out very, very, very well.

This bridge is a lovely creation, the only lift bridge in Montana, the fourth largest state...

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