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I was sitting at a coffee bar nestled between a bright yellow community arts centre and hilly street in a small fishing town in Nova Scotia. The main floor apartment I was staying in had a flimsy coffee maker and noisy tenant on the floor above, so I’d found a home in this cafe, its peculiar hours, and wobbly wooden desks. The owner decided to decorate the inside that day with an abundance of fresh flowers in clay pots, hoping to will the spring into existence to break the cold outside. 


I traced the lines of one of the ranunculus flowers on the windowsill with my eyes, following the curves of its outer petals into its tightly wound center in circles. From then, the ranunculus flower became a symbol of renewal; that sometimes it takes venturing far from your center to find it again. But no matter how far gone you feel, you will always make your way back. Often slower to bloom, the ranunculus flower also serves as a reminder that good things come from growing slow.

Ranunculus Fine Art Print

  • This fine art print is produced on lightly textured, archival quality agave paper. Its natural white tone does not contain any optical brighteners, which, combined with its delicate matte finish, showcases the colours and fine details of each illustration beautifully, ensuring high quality and longevity while reducing environmental impact.


    Paper Characteristics:


    • 70% agave fibre, 30% cotton
    • Acid & lignin-free
    • High water resistance
    • Museum quality & age resistant
    • Delicately textured matte finish
    • Does not contain optical brighteners
    • Weight: 290 gsm
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