Bhaktibee Art - Tilden Grove 20" x 30"
Oakland was once the home of a large forest of redwood trees. But after years of logging and forest fires the redwoods that remain are young trees planted by humans. Eucalyptus has taken over much of the landscape.
This piece features the soft duffy bark of the Redwood as well as the papery bark of the Eucalyptus. The little blue berries are Vaccinium ovatum, evergreen huckleberry. The big flower, Romneya coulteri, also called a fried egg flower, is a Southern California native brought north for ist streme drought tolerance.
Materials: flowers, berries, bark, leaves, fern
Photographic Print is signed and numbered and comes mounted on a foam backing ready to hang and suited for framing.
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