This relative of Queen Anne’s Lace is much larger and bursts out of the ground in spring and grows to be head high. Its blossoms are a favorite “landing pad” for Dragonflys during warm summer days.
Image Size: 27” x 45.25” x 2.5”
Mulberry Bark Paper mounted on FSC birch panel with black lacquered sides. Printed in archival Payne’s Grey inks.
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