“The more one looks, the more one sees.” A quote by me! I have been looking more at the emerging plant-life during my spring walks. I’ve be discovering more of the beautiful spring ephemeral plants we have here in Connecticut. Here is portrait of a Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) glowing brightly on the forest floor. Bloodroot, also called red puccoon, is a plant of the poppy family. The orange-red sap of the rhizomes was used by Native Americans for a dye
6 x 4 x 7/8 inches, opaque watercolor on dyed and mounted goatskin vellum, unframed.
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