When you walk slowly and keep your eyes moving you can often spot some pretty amazing things in the spring woods.
Vermont's state bird, the Hermit Thrush, a shy forest lover spots a tasty caterpillar on the stem of Solomon's Seal, one of the first spring wildflowers to emerge in New England forests.
Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum biflorum,) was identified In 2010 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a Culturally Significant Plant, noting its medicinal and restorative value among North American Tribal (Original Nation) peoples.
The original sold immediately but I am offering a small, giclee edition of 50 signed and numbered prints.
The image (8" x 10") is printed with archival inks on an 11" x 14" sheet of heavy, 100% rag, watercolor paper.
Upon request, I'm happy to personalize to someone special.