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This limited edition blind embossed relief print is part of The Cameo Series which spotlights native plants encountered by the artist while exploring Western North Carolina. Printed from a hand-carved block, the absence of ink enhances the embossed shadows, emphasizing the intricate details of each plant’s form. Much like a cameo role in a film or a piece of cameo jewelry that highlights an individual, each piece in this series focuses on a particular plant, bringing attention to its specific role within the natural ecosystem.


Size: 10″ x 8″
Medium: Blind Embossed Linoleum Block Print
Paper Type: Stonehenge, cotton, archival, acid-free
Paper Color: Fawn
Limited Edition of 75
Numbered, titled and signed by the artist


Columbine is a captivating native wildflower that thrives across the Eastern areas of the United States, adapting to a variety of soil and light conditions from woodland edges to riverbanks and rocky shores. This perennial plant blooms in late spring, showcasing striking red and yellow flowers that measure about 1.5 inches across and are perched on long stems. Reaching a height of 1 to 2 feet, Columbine prefers partial shade to filtered sunlight for optimal growth. The vibrant blooms attract pollinators such as hummingbirds and butterflies.


Known scientifically as Aquilegia canadensis, the genus name Aquilegia derives from the Latin word “aquila,” meaning “eagle,” a nod to the petal shape that resembles an eagle’s claw. Native Americans historically utilized parts of the columbine plant to treat various ailments such as heart and kidney problems, headaches, bladder issues, and fever.



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