One of the pains a gardener must accept is nurturing and tending to a seedling... a flower... a blossom... to watch it peak in a brief moment and then fall away, dormant until the next year. If fact, one of the things I love most about time in the garden is that each day (one could argue, each moment) is different. The ebb and flow of dormancy, bloom, even death is so very obvious in the garden. This is one of the reasons I can't have silk flower in my house - while speaking of the real thing, they lack one major characteristic: change. The gardener must accept this cycle of change, difficult as it may be, and richly celebrate the fleeting moments of absolute perfection.
Each print can be ordered as an 11x14 or 8x10 and is custom printed by a high-quality art printer in Seattle, WA to order. Our shipping is top notch. Your art will ship quickly (usually within 2 business days). The print will be shipped flat (not rolled) in a supporting envelope so as to maintain the integrity of the museum-quality paper and ink and to give you as many display options in your home as possible.
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