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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Prairie Biodiversity

“Prairie Biodiversity” is a whimsical suggestion of the plants that can spring up in a field left on its own. A stroll through a field of grass can help the observant to discover a variety of plants and flowers that are unexpected at first glance. Restoring land, whether it is a hillside like at Mt. St. John, or seashore where dunes are preserved, encourages growth of the oddly shaped or multi-colored plant.
Imagine the possibilities—just like this painting is full of imagination.


RH Carpenter said...

I love this, Marilyn! It's light, fun and so creative :)

Michele Pershing said...

Hi Marilyn,
Love the painting! Do you have prints of it and if so, where can I purchase one?
Michele Pershing