I’ve had images used on CD labels, quilts, movie posters and other miscellaneous outlets. But tonight in Tuscon, Arizona I’ve got my first real exhibition, thanks to Colleen LaFleur and crew at Merci Gallery.
If you’d like to see more of my work, a good place to start is the Bloom day scans category on this blog.
Feel free to contact me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If anyone has an ID on this flower, I’d appreciate knowing what this is. It’s from a tall (~12 inches) succulent with linear leaves.
My buddy Miles, hort grad student at Cornell and one of my go-to guys on plant ID, got this one right based on the scan and cellphone shot: It’s Bryophyllum delagoense, native to Madagascar. (Check out Miles recent plant explorations in South Africa.)