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“So the darkness shall be the light, and the stillness the dancing”. T. S. Eliot


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 and these trees in comparison are water hoarders.


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, the evergreen huckleberry.  The big flower Romneya coulteri, also called a fried egg flower, is a Southern California native brought north for its extreme drought tolerance.


Signed Limited Edition print of 10


Materials: flowers, berries, bark, leaves, fern


(Frame Not Included)

Tilden Grove

  • All prints are made on archival quality Fuji Pearl photo paper offering a high gloss, sharp detail, high intensity color and destinictive pearl-like appearance. 


    Mounted Prints are made on the same Fugji Pearl paper and mounted on a 3/4" foam core and finished on the edges in white. Mounted prints come ready for display and do not require framing. 


    (Framing options coming soon)

  • Your signed and numbered mounted print will arrive in a protective sleeve, shipped in a sturdy box. Clean shipping materials are recycled whenever possible and may contain some plastic (plastic free packing coming soon).  Once the print arrives, please handle gently and with clean hands, as there is the possibility of oils from your fingertips transferring to the photopaper. Each print is sprayed with clear protective coat to improve durability and prevent fading from uv light. Mounted prints may occasionally be wiped gently with a microfiber cleaning cloth, the type you would clean eyeglasses with.

All orders of Limited Edition Prints are signed and numbered by the artist. Orders are filled once a month to bundle production costs. 
If you need a print sooner please contact me
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