48 in x 48in, Oil, acrylic, ink and graphite on canvas
A dandelion separated from ginkgo leaves among a cloud-like setting of browns, ochers and other earth tones.The dandelion acts as a sun clock which falls in line with my fascination of time. Weeds are usually unwanted yet the dandelion provides nutrients and with its homeopathic qualities surpasses all negativity of the wild flower. Ginkgo is one of the oldest living tree species in the world. It’s the sole survivor of an ancient group of trees that date back to before dinosaurs roamed the Earth – creatures that lived between 245 and 66 million years ago. It’s so ancient, the species is known as a ‘living fossil’.