I was recently approached by a naturopathic physician about art for her healing space. I was immediately excited about the idea since she was also very interested in my ties to local botany and ecology. A match made in heaven – healing, botany, conservation. Yeah, sign me up!
From quite a bit of brainstorming I’ve created a few templates of ideas for art that will be healing, revealing, and insightful – allowing viewers to both engage in the aesthetic elements of botany, as well as known native people’s use(s) of the plant in a medicinal context. The ecological elements that provide information on sense of place, conservation status, or another interesting element are bonus!
Here’s a triptych I put together for illustration of a trilogy of photos that I recommend framing separately and considering for a exhibition space of 5’4″ feet by 16″ or so, with each photo printed on canvas at roughly 16×16 inches.
Thanks for any and all feedback via comment or toss me a note at email@example.com. May amazing plants like showy Indian clover (Trifolium amoenum) continue to thrive with restoration efforts. Click for a larger view of the triptych. More to come…
Any recommendations on favorite canvas printing outlets?
Wow wow wooowwww!!! So beautiful!
I always love the stunning prints from Photoworks. http://www.photoworkssf.com/
You really captured the beauty of the Indian Clover. You know I’m a sucker for macro plants. Love the softness, composition, balance of them. Well done!