I wanted to add a third beautiful lino print by Rosanna Morris to complement the Meadow Hair and Flower Harvest prints. I love the simplicity and beauty of this woman carrying flowers wearing an apron in a beautiful autumnal colour ink. Rosanna is such a beautiful soul, focused on growing, working with nature and the land and sustainability. This print was carved from salvaged wood and is printed on handmade Nepalese Lokta paper with Burnt Earth orangey ink. She uses non toxic professional printmaking inks and wraps her prints in plastic free packaging.
Size: 40 x 50 cm
As all of these prints are printed by hand and every single one of them is a unique reproduction, subtle variations will occur from print to print.
Lokta is a native plant of the Himalayan foothills found above 3000 metres. It is a sustainable and renewable resource. Plants are cropped above ground level and can be reharvested after 3-4 years. The papers are made using the traditional Nepalese floating mould method and sun dried on the frame.
These prints are sent out in a cardboard tube to protect them. It’s a good idea to remove your print from the tube as soon as you receive it, to allow it time to uncurl. It can help to place it flat under a heavy book too.
**Order is just for the print, it does not come with wooden magnetic hanger**