Original painting from the Ephemera calendar series (2016-2018).  Black walnut ink and pen on paper.  Approx 9.5 " x 12.5".

 

For a limited time!!!  WHOLESALE FRAME OPTION:

If you would like to upgrade your purchase to the framed piece, for a limited time I'll be offering a flat 80$ framing fee.  This is a wholesale framing price; I will use my local framer's chop shop for artists to frame the work for you before shipping.  After adding this painting to your cart, find the "80$ Frame" item in my shop, and add to your cart.  

 

If you do not elect the 80$ frame option, piece will ship flat, unframed, between board.  

 

More about the Ephemera sale and where the proceeds will go:

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In her book The Seed Keeper, Diane Wilson writes about the way some of the indigenous American women made sure they would be able to grow the foods of their lineages at any cost, as they were forced from their homes during the European-American westward expansion.  They sewed beans, corn, squash, sunflower, tomato and other seeds into the hems of their garments.  Though learning about our continent's history of genocide has been heartbreaking, a reckoning with a grief I'm only beginning to learn about, it has also been deeply affirming of a belief in living with, rather than separately from, the more-than-human world.  

Heirloom beans (black walnut painting)

$250.00Price