"Queen Anne's Lace" is a very common, often considered invasive flower that is often seen growing on roadsides and in meadows. The delicate white blooms resemble lace and make a nice addition to a wildflower bouquet. An interesting fact to note is that they are a relative of the carrot and the long taproot can be eaten as well as the leaves, flowers and seeds.
This original mixed media artwork was drawn with a water soluble pen with my non dominant hand on a collaged substrate of papers including some from a vintage textbook on beekeeping. I added a wash of gesso before doing my drawing, then brought the piece to life with watercolors.
The artwork is 4" x 6" on paper and will be shipped to you in an archival sleeve so that you can frame it to your liking.