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Aspen Scaber Stalk Giclee Print

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This mushroom was found in the Northwoods of Minnesota while on a mushroom hunt with our 3 year old son Orion. After reading a book on mushrooms, Orion was excited about finding them on every walk. When Orion finds a mushroom, his first question is always "Can I eat it?" In the case of this mushroom, it is edible. In order to find out a mushroom's edibility, we always bring it home first, consult our mushroom identification book and use its dichotomous key. We then do a spore print of the mushroom overnight. Once confirmed, our edible mushroom is fried up in butter and then eaten! I painted this watercolor after one of our daily mushroom hunts as a family. It will forever remind me of our summer hunting mushrooms with my little Orion in Ely.

This Giclee print on the highest quality premium 100% rag archival Museo paper by Crane. Giclee print is acid-free, mounted on archival acid-free foamboard. The paper never touches an acidic surface, making this print archival, which means it should never fade or yellow- just don't put it in direct sunlight or mount with acidic paper.

Because of the high quality, acid-free archival nature of this Giclee print, I only ship this beautiful print flat, in a box packed with materials to keep the integrity of this museum quality print.
This mushroom was found in the Northwoods of Minnesota while on a mushroom hunt with our 3 year old son Orion. After reading a book on mushrooms, Orion was excited about finding them on every walk. When Orion finds a mushroom, his first question is always "Can I eat it?" In the case of this mushroom, it is edible. In order to find out a mushroom's edibility, we always bring it home first, consult our mushroom identification book and use its dichotomous key. We then do a spore print of the mushroom overnight. Once confirmed, our edible mushroom is fried up in butter and then eaten! I painted this watercolor after one of our daily mushroom hunts as a family. It will forever remind me of our summer hunting mushrooms with my little Orion in Ely.

This Giclee print on the highest quality premium 100% rag archival Museo paper by Crane. Giclee print is acid-free, mounted on archival acid-free foamboard. The paper never touches an acidic surface, making this print archival, which means it should never fade or yellow- just don't put it in direct sunlight or mount with acidic paper.

Because of the high quality, acid-free archival nature of this Giclee print, I only ship this beautiful print flat, in a box packed with materials to keep the integrity of this museum quality print.

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Aspen Scaber Stalk Giclee Print

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  • Dimensions: 8x10 inches
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