Is the flower receptacle foam peanuts or what? You might think it’s foam peanuts in this microscope view fine arts print. Not a likely thing to discover when picking up a dried flower and examining the area from which the flowers sprung. What a curious topography, something you feel like jumping into and bouncing on. Rolling down the cottony sides like a child on a grassy slope. If only we could miniaturize ourselves to do that. If only.
Flower Receptacle is available because you want a professionally framed fine arts print at 8X10 (matted in an 11X14 inch frame), 11X14 (matted in a 16X20 inch frame) or 16X20 inches (matted in a 23X26 inch frame) for a stunning appearance on your home, office or gallery wall. Flower Receptacle is printed on museum quality, archival paper from a high resolution digital image signed by the artist, Jerry Sedgewick.
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This Art Mistère (mystery) by Jerry Sedgewick is of a receptacle of a mum (?) flower (the receptacle is the base from which flowers emerge) with top lighting. Receptacle was dried. The image was taken with a Foveon chip camera on a microscope with a 4x objective using 20+ optical planes to generate a single image.