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Tree Fern for Haiti, Original Watercolor

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This piece is called "Tree Fern for Haiti." It is a tree fern leaf, a plant that grows in Haiti, painted on a dictionary page that includes the entry "Haitian." Here is my blog post about this work:

Tree Fern for Haiti
Brown pen+ink and watercolor on dictionary page
9 5\/8 x 6 5\/8 inches
Kristin Brenneman Eno

100% of the sale price of this work will be donated to Partners in Health, the nonprofit medical relief organization that operates in several countries and started its first clinic in Haiti in 1985, which grew into a whole vibrant network of clinics, schools and health and education sites throughout Haiti.

More on the tree fern:
"Cyathea is a genus of tree ferns, the type genus of the fern order Cyatheales. In general, any fern that grows with a trunk elevating the fronds above ground level can be called a tree fern...They are mostly terrestrial ferns, usually with a single tall stem. Rarely, the trunk may be branched or creeping. Many species also develop a fibrous mass of roots at the base of the trunk. The genus has a pantropical distribution, with over 470 species. They grow in habitats ranging from tropical rain forests to temperate woodlands. The genus name Cyathea is derived from the Greek kyatheion, meaning "little cup", and refers to the cup-shaped sori on the underside of the fronds."

Made with love for the people of Haiti by Kristin in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

Tree Fern for Haiti, Original Watercolor


  • Materials: paint, micron pen, dictionary page
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