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Original watercolor 12x12"professionally matted with archival materials.


About the painting:

2021.Plants! These are widely available Florida native species that support a large variety of insects, birds and other wildlife. Planting these species is one option for creating a nature friendly landscape! Imitating the structure and species makeup of habitats native to your area is another great way to go but requires a bit of learning.Plant species:-gumbo limbo (reddish trunk)-live oak (brown trunk and leaves on top right)-saw palmetto (middle, with fruit and inflorescence on the right)-wild coffee (middle bottom)-twinberry (On the left with tiny white flowers)-coontie (added for Pinecrest Garden’s beloved atalas!)Critter species:-Florida flycatcher (gumbo limbo)-squirrel and blue jay (oak)-monk and palmetto skippers (palmetto)-bees (palmetto inflorescence)-zebra butterfly and catbird (coffee)-atala butterfly (coontie)-monarch butterflyIt’s an illustration for the exciting Pinecrest Gardens, Upper Garden trail signs! Its a new garden focused on inclusivity for children of varying abilities with a significant focus on autism sprectrum children. It has a playground, petting zoo, learning garden and a new multipurpose building known as the "Inspiration Center." The signs are for a nature trail focused on backyard nature in south Florida and building habitat for various native animals

Florida Native Plants, framed original watercolor

  • Original watercolor painting on Fabriano Artistico 300lb cold press natural paper (a warm white) 

    Matted and framed at Atlantik Art and Framing in Boca Raton

    UV protection, non-glare museum glass 

    Wire hanger on back

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