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. 



Archival quality print on  ChromaLuxe aluminum panels with white coating and glossy finish. By infusing dyes directly into specially coated metal panel, the results are outstandingly clear and vibrant with exceptional detail and resolution. These metal prints are luminous, vivid and have unmatched durability: they will last a lifetime with resistance to yellowing and climate damage. A rear floating frame is included so the print will be ready-to-hang upon arrival. 

They are also: ✓ fade resistant ✓ moisture resistant ✓ chemical resistant ✓ scratch rezistent ✓ lightweight ✓ easy to clean