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Pond Awakens
Copyright 2005

Pond Awakens
Original 9" x 7"
Gouache on Illustration Board

Striking yellow floral bracts and large, expanding leaves of skunk cabbage abruptly pierce the dreary plant litter that lines many ponds of The Pacific Northwest in early spring. False lily of the valley often accompanies skunk cabbage and soon produces spikes of delicate white flowers. Coastal native peoples used pounded roots and leaves of lily of the valley to treat sore eyes. Lily of the valley produces greenish-purple berries in early summer that were occasionally eaten but not generally cherished by native peoples.

Size of Edition Image Size Medium Price
250 prints 9" x 7" Premium
presentation
matte paper
 
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