Dried flowers – 2014
This work started life as a painting which I gave to a friend for her 50th birthday. As with all the things I paint and either sell or give away, I took a picture of it which then became the inspiration for an etching. The dried flowers come from a wayward fennel which grows in my garden each year and produces wonderful, architectural seed heads which look great dried.
I still have a few remaining etchings from this edition and am also able to produce glicée prints on Somerset paper. These look terrific in floating frames. If you would like one, please let me know. Sets of postcards of my assorted etchings are also available.