This is a single tendril from a plant that climbed 25 feet up a Sitka Spruce tree near my home. These are amongst the most beautiful plants in the NW and one can literally watch them grow in Spring. By Winter they have vanished.
Image Size: 28” X 37” X 2.5”
Black Mulberry Bark Unryu Paper mounted on FSC birch panel with black lacquered sides. Printed in archival Titanium White inks and 24 K gold flowers.
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