Vellum embossed with petal details creates an oversized clematis blossum. The irredecent center also has kozo papers for texture contrast. A sleepy little bee crawls out from under its flower petal blanket after a sunny afternoon nap. Based on a true encounter in the artist’s garden. Created in celebration of pollinator week 20202 and Subject of Monday Movie #51 Framed in gray woodgrain shadowbox. $150
Part of my solo show, "papercuts", this artwork is available through the Tri-County Arts Council's Gallery in Olean, New York. Please call the gallery at 716.372.7455 | email@example.com or contact me directly to confirm availability
• Original, one-of-a-kind
• Archival papers, acid-free glue
• 14 x 11x1"
• Displayed under glass in a shadowbox frame.
• Matte grey woodgrain finish frame
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