Artichoke Watercolor Art Print


A beautiful cross section of the artichoke, illustrating its core and layers. Technically, an artichoke is a flower bud that hasn't bloomed yet, but isn't it gorgeous? Producing upwards of 20 artichokes each year, this plant is one of the earliest documented as edible by humans. It may be a bit prickly on the outside, but if you cook it and dip it in melted butter, the artichoke becomes a tender, succulent finger food.

This print is a 9"x12" digital reproduction of an original watercolor + pen and ink illustration. It is printed on 100 lb EcoSilk Paper with soy-based inks and individually signed by the artist.

It ships flat with white acid-free board in a plastic sleeve and arrives frame-ready, or along with a frame with style of your choice, available here:

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