Rosehip Nebula #1
Rosehip Nebula #1

Rosehip Nebula #1


The sweet box berries (or Sarcococca confusa) used to make these blues and violets were sourced from the Edgemoor neighborhood of Bellingham, Washington. The yellow and pink pigments come from wild rosehips gathered in Blaine, Washington. 

I handwrite the pigment sources and individually sign each print. 

This print is 18x24 inches and works well framed, with or without a mat, and also displays nicely without any frame. I like using metal bulldog clips. 

The paper is luxuriously textured, matte, archival, pH-neutral and  400 gsm.

Your print will ship rolled in a sturdy tube. To flatten, unroll and place a few heavy books on top until it lays as flat as you'd like, while it's still inside the plastic sleeve.

Frame not included.