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Original watercolor 12x12"professionally matted with archival materials.  16x16" total size with frame.


About the painting:

2020. It's one thing to say that native plants are important to wildlife and can be used to create a beautiful, resource-friendly garden, but it's another to see it! This painting and 2 others in the works are for an educational publication being created by the Miami-based non-profit, Bound by Beauty. Their goal is to provide resources for Miami gardeners to choose native plants. These painting are meant to approximate what these plant pairings could look like. Check out BbB here:


This garden is for Miami (zone 10) and features white flowers (sunny and dry locations):(back) Pineland Strongback, berries eaten by wildlife(center) Spider Lilly(bottom left) Buttonsage, berries eaten by wildlife(bottom right) Pineland Croton, the host plant for 2 endangered butterflies endemic to Miami(along the bottom) Fogfruit, a groundcover plant

Miami Garden: White, Sunny, Dry, framed original watercol

  • 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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