August Oregon Grape – Print

$15.00

I love foraging for wild foods – though I am very cautious about doing so. I rely on wisdom of native locals and elders to guide me. Oregon Grape is native to Oregon (hence the name) and other western states. And while the berries are not grapes (nor do they taste anything like grapes), they are edible nonetheless – though very tart. The best way to use the berries is to make jam, pie or wine. Anything where sugar is added! This collage honors this native local and the locals that know how to use its gifts. *Note:  Minimum order is 3 prints.  Price is for 3 prints (3 x $5 each). RRP $9.95 each

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Artwork Detail:
I love foraging for wild foods - though I am very cautious about doing so. I rely on wisdom of native locals and elders to guide me. Oregon Grape is native to Oregon (hence the name) and other western states. And while the berries are not grapes (nor do they taste anything like grapes), they are edible nonetheless - though very tart. The best way to use the berries is to make jam, pie or wine. Anything where sugar is added! This collage honors this native local and the locals that know how to use its gifts. *Note:  Minimum order is 3 prints.  Price is for 3 prints (3 x $5 each). RRP $9.95 each

Print Details:
Size: Three (3)  8x10 prints of my original mixed media collage artwork described above.
Printed on high quality, 100 lb recycled white matte cardstock with archival ink.
Small white border for framing.
Watermark will not appear on your print.

8x10 prints will be packaged in a protective cellophane sleeve with backing board.

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©Jordan Kim, Found & Rewound 2019
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Additional information

Weight 12.6 oz
Dimensions 11.5 × 9 × 0.25 in

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