"Pitcher Plant" mosaic wall art

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"Pitcher Plant" mosaic wall art

170.00

“Pitcher Plant” is part of a mosaic series depicting endangered flowers native to our home state of Virginia and the southeastern United States. This unusual carnivorous plant grows in moist and boggy areas and depends on open fields traditionally maintained by fire. Pitcher plants are threatened by building encroachment, corresponding wetlands drainage, and poaching.

  • This mosaic features an overhead view of a pitcher plant created from handcut unglazed porcelain and vitreous glass set in tinted mortar.

  • It measures 11 ½ ”H x 3 ½ ”W x 1”D.

  • A wire is installed on the back for easy hanging.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the Endangered Flowers series will be donated to the Flora of Virginia Project.

Flower photo by Noah Elhardt

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