Wilder California at the popup April 14

We are thrilled to have prints from Wilder California at the popup this Saturday, included the new dreamy series of work on Joshua Tree. For the upcoming popup, I spent quite a bit of time looking for botanical prints I’d want on my own walls, and could find none more attuned to the structure and essence of desert plants than Wilder California.

(I still like opuntias best in photos — come have a browse at the popup and convince me otherwise. Maybe you know a surefire method for removing their prickly glochids.)

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4 Responses to Wilder California at the popup April 14

  1. Peter says:

    The popup sounds fabulous. Wish I lived closer.

  2. Denise says:

    Wish you did too, Peter!

  3. Nell says:

    One of the Texas bloggers had a pic recently of a very prickly rose planted near a spineless Opuntia. It’s a cool little visual joke, but also practical in that it makes it easier to prune the rose.

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