Named after Mary Wollstonecraft, this cyclamen flower has the ambition to be just as brave and free of prejudice.

I placed it close to the spectral light source unaware of the consequences: the colors were so intense that they "erased" the flower's natural hues.  The transition from the deep blue to red is gradual, with a hint of green and a broader border of orange and yellow. At the very tip of the petals you can guess the flower's natural color: purple. 


Open Edition.


  • For larger sizes or a different printing medium, please contact me directly.

    Prints on fine art paper come with an additional border of aprox. 2" (5cm), depeding on the size of the print.