Hand-carved 9x12" block print with archival ink on fabric (white, black, or plant-dyed) or paper (black, white, yellow).
The image is a branching Calendula plant, offering seeds, flowers and young buds at once—one of many plants which will grow even more abundantly as it is picked.
50% of sales go directly to a dear friend's insulin fund.
Words from Wendy Johnson, author of Gardening at the Dragon's Gate (http://www.gardeningatthedragonsgate.com/) and mentor to the Edible Schoolyard Program in Berkeley, California, where I was fortunate to attend a training thanks to a grant from the Endowment for Unexceptional Humans (no joke) and be guided by these wise words in 2011.
Prints on Fabric:
Plant-dyed cotton weave (black or gold/black ink)
Black poly weave (gold/yellow ink or white ink)
White cotton weave (black or gold/black ink)
Prints on Paper:
White 100lb 9x12" Bristol smooth surface (black ink)
Yellow cardstock 10x14" (black or gold/black ink)
Black cardstock 10x14" (gold/yellow or white ink)
White cardstock 10x14" (black or gold/black ink)
Please list your print preference (and quantities) in the "notes" portion of your order.
Please note: these are each hand-printed in very limited runs; none are perfectly perfect and each is different in its own way and will not be exactly as pictured here. "Proof prints" are messed up some way or another but weren't too messy to scrap so they're here for a lower price. Please be in touch about prints on custom paper or fabric.
The words are from wisdom shared by Wendy Johnson, author of Gardening at the Dragons’ Gate, during her closing words for a training I attended at the Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, California, in 2011 (my attended was funded thanks to a generous grant from the Endowment for Unexceptional Humans).