This "weaving" of inks on paper includes pigments extracted from my neighbor's privet berries*, from fallen Madrona bark* off the Puget Sound coast, and from a found and oxidized railway spike.
18x24 inches, on thick cold press watercolor paper.
* this is a botanical pigment. While earth pigments are more lightfast, colors from botanical sources are often fugitive, meaning they could change in minor or noticeable ways over time. This process could become visible after a year or a hundred years and is all a part of creating with the local, living ingredients of the Pacific Northwest. If you are considering buying this original painting, you should be someone who will delight in the shifts that may occur. Please also know that these qualities are factored into the price of each piece and feel free to contact me with any questions.