A Sasanqua is related closely to the camellia family, although in Japan it is not considered a true camellia. The Japanese use the leaves to make tea, and the seed/nuts to make tea seed oil, which is used for cosmetics, cooking, lubrication and lighting. A popular plant since its introduction in Europe in 1869, they are also found in many gardens in the Untied States, where they are an autumn staple, bringing in spring color amid the changing leaves. Given a painterly appearance, this photo artistry piece will look lovely on your wall.
One of many beautiful photo artistry pieces created by me, each piece one of a kind. In situ/in context images are not to scale, for design purposes only.
If you wish a different size, please contact me. Gallery quality photographic print on canvas wrapped around wood. Every effort will be made to combine work for best shipping price; insurance included in shipping. Ready to hang.
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camera, ink, canvas, wood