Some of my best memories are picking strawberries with my mom and brother in the summer at farms sprinkled along country roads a short drive away from our house. More strawberries ended up in my brother’s mouth than in his basket, but even still, we always did gather enough between the three of us to fill endless mason jars with jam made on our kitchen stove.
This line drawing of my favourite harvest, dare I say, symbolizes the hope of spending many days just like this, dwelling in simple joys, around the bend.
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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.
- 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
This print is packaged with sustainability at the forefront, and I am always looking for more eco-friendly options! For protection, my artwork is sealed in an eco-friendly slip that has a similar appearance and feel to plastic, but is actually made from plant-based PLA and is compostable (it is not home compostable, however, it is the best I can currently find).
To ensure your artwork stays safe as it makes its way from you to me, it also rests against a white backing board made from 100% recycled fiber, 90% post-consumer waste materials, and is pH neutral. Aside from providing the print with additional support, it is also great for framing your artwork!
Tucked inside your package will be a few little notes made from 100% wildflower seed paper so you can start a small garden of your own. Plant them in ⅛ inch of soil, water thoroughly, and place in a sunny spot to grow a colourful bundle of wildflowers.