Alexanders are flowers found along the Norfolk coastline. They were introduced to the UK by the Romans who used their stems as a food source, a bit like celery. It's appearance changes significantly through the year from vibrant green in the spring to lacy flowers in the summer to jet black seed heads and stems in the autumn.
This is a Screenprint and Linocut from my Botanical Series of unique Monoprints.
This series of prints have abstract backgrounds inspired from pebbles on the beach overlaid with intricate linocuts of flowers. The colours are modern, bold and vibrant.
Oil based relief inks and acrylic screen inks on 300gsm Somerset Velvet Paper