Amethyst

Creating eco-prints is one of my favorite mediums. I had so much fun while painting and altering this piece. It reminds me of curtain or upholstery fabric from the 40s.
Doing an eco-printing run is a rather big undertaking, taking up a good part of two or three days, so I only do it a few times a year. I try to do at least one each spring, summer, and fall so that I can work with a nice variety of leaves and flowers. Unfortunately, I haven’t done one for over a year as we were so busy with our move and redoing my studio. Fortunately, I have a bit of free time these days, so I’m planning on doing one soon. You can read about my eco-printing on my process page.

Eco-print on paper, enhanced with watercolor and digitally altered.
Amethyst
Archival print. 8 x 12/$105, 12 x 18/$145, Greeting Card/$4