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'Seed - Dispersal'

Studying Biology at school I was intrigued by the wide range of methods used by plants to distribute their seeds. Some eject explosively, some form delicate parachutes to catch a breath of wind or burrs to hook onto fur or feathers of passing creatures. Whatever the means, the seed is pushed as far away from the parent plant as possible.

Medium - Monoprints from collagraph plates

Approx size in cm -

image - 19x25

mounted (glass) - 38x47

'Dispersal 4' 1of 5
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'Dispersal 3' 1 of 5
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'Dispersal 2' 1 of 5
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monoprint 21
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