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Artichoke and Spinach

Jill has returned to her garden for inspiration for this new line of cards:

"This card is a compilation of weekly drawings of my artichoke and spinach crops from seed to harvest, an homage to the summer.

"The season that many of us, myself included, (re)learned to grow our own food and (re)appreciate the time, care, and energy that goes into everything we eat."

This artisan-quality print is made by a family-owned print shop in Portland, Oregon, using a meticulous process that ensures accurate reproduction.

Printed on 100% recycled, 50% post-consumer waste and process-chlorine free.

4.25" x 5.5"

Format: Notecard

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Living in a remote cabin perched on the edge of an island cliff overlooking an inland sea, Jill Bliss is embedded in the nature she depicts in her artwork. Her friends are mostly of the non-human variety: gulls, eagles, swifts, harbor seals and sea lions are daily visiting neighbors.

In all the work that Jill Bliss does, she is interested in the boundaries between separate bodies and ideas—the common ground where things intersect, cross-pollinate and cohabitate.

You can participate in her daily life vicariously & virtually via her blog, Instagram and Twitter.